The Auto Show was first created in 1998 to encourage customers to shop local and stimulate the economy. It’s a four day indoor event where you can actually test drive some of the cars (outdoors of course). We’re talking 250 BRAND NEW cars, packed into three buildings. Now, that’s a lot of looking.
It was PACKED, which shouldn’t surprise me at all, but it did. There were lots of doors slamming, trunks opening, and testing out the back seats…and that’s just with us. Everyone was hopping in and out to see the interior, feel the seats, and look at the trunk space.
There were Infiniti’s, the maker of my dream car. The features in these cars are AMAZING!
Adam’s test driven this model:
There were Jaguar’s, Maserati’s (and yes, I sang “Work B!tch” by Britney Spears while sitting in the car! How else would I know of this car? All I kept repeating was “you better work b!tch!), BMWs, Porsche, Volvo and other luxury vehicles:
And finally. the last building in the car show:
There were Ford, Jeep, Volkswagen, Chevy’s, Chrysler, and many others scattered throughout:
They also had cars brought over from the museum: America on Wheels. This was my favorite part of the auto show. I like to imagine owning those cars (obviously without worry about expenses) and what life was like back in the day.
What car would I use for vacationing?
Where would the dogs sit in the car?
Which one looks the coolest?
Which one is prettiest?
Obviously, I know my priorities when I’m looking at cars.
There were a lot of really nice cars at the auto show. We spent a good hour or two hours browsing through the cars and remarking on what we liked and did not like. Overall, we both left the car show liking our cars the best. If I had to chose any of those cars, I’d still chose mine (the Infiniti is a close second though!)