Almost any classic car collector knows that each year, all around the world many classic car shows and auctions take place. These events celebrate the elegance and the design of aging cars. If when these amazing classic cars were first released on the market they changed the lives of their buyers, nowadays the spotlight is their favorite location.
One of these amazing classic car shows is the Anheuser Busch Classic Car Show which takes place each year in May, in Houston. For the classic car lovers who live in Houston, this classic car show has become a tradition, because it is an amazing and exciting event. The 19th Annual “United Way Bud Classic Car Show” was organized in collaboration with the Yellow Cab, the Silver Eagle Distributors and the Bud Cruisers Car Club.
This 2010 Anheuser Busch Classic Car Show displayed around 250 classic cars manufactured in different years, models and colors including dozens of vintage and newer-model cars. These classic cars competed one against the other for around 150 awards. The money raised during the classic car show where used for supporting the local health and human service programs that include more than 15 non-profit agencies. A year ago, the Anheuser Busch classic car show donated all the benefits to the United Way of Greater Houston. The total sum reached $118,000 donated by all the participants.
This event was free for all the classic car collectors who were interested in being part of this classic car celebration. The people who went there had the opportunity to see the passion and attention for details necessary for a restoration process of a classic car.
Another 2010 Anheuser Busch classic car show took place in Merrimack. This event is called the 7th Annual Northeast Exotic Car Show. It displayed more than 240 classic cars, each one impressive because of its unique features. This classic car show was organized to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and attracts each year passionate classic car collectors and enthusiasts.
1981 DeLorean DMC 12
One of the classic beauties on display was the 1981 DeLorean DMC 12 with only 50,000 miles on board and the reputation of an event winner. This car impresses because of its stainless steel exterior and because of its incredible well preserved interior. Another incredible classic car hosted by the 2010 Anheuser Busch classic car show was the 2003 Ferrari Enzo with brakes which cost around $35,000 while the entire car was estimated at an incredible sum of $1.4 million. Any participant could also admire the 2010 Viper ACR, an amazing fast car owned by Brian Rohloff. The owner drove to this event with a maximum speed of 200 mph, but he had some troubles on his way because the police pulled him over for driving too fast.
The list of cars displayed at this event continues with the amazing 2005 C6 Corvette Convertible, a red convertible which was admired by all the car lovers. Even if many modern cars took part in the event, the older cars were also well represented. The incredible 1988 328 GTB Ferrari owned by James Mirazita did stir among those present at the 2010 Anheuser Busch classic car show. I can not forget about the amazing 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo which was especially designed for high speed driving either. Even the Porsche got a ticket for speeding, but the drive was totally worth the fine!
As any other classic car show, the 2010 Anheuser Busch classic car shows were all successful regardless of the location and their success influenced the well-being of the community because of all the money raised