Car enthusiasts from all over the United States enjoy attending or participating in car shows in various places. Classic car owners enjoy sharing their love for classic cars with friends, family and attendees at car shows. Its something about the roar of the engine or the electric racing strips down the hood that make the blood of car enthusiast boil. Why not enjoy this event on your next vacation in Pigeon Forge Tennessee
The Shades of the Past car show in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is a hit every year and people cannot wait until the next one rolls around. Well, it is that time again and the 2008 Shades of the Past car show is taking place in downtown Pigeon Forge Tennessee. This ever popular classic car show is a rod run you will not want to miss. The Shades of the Past car show will take place on Friday and Saturday, which is September 5 and 6. This classic car show is right in downtown Pigeon Forge Tennessee.
The downtown strip transforms into a parade of beautiful, shiny classic cars. Plenty of activities take place between Friday morning and Saturday evening and you do not want to miss any of it. It is estimated that over 1,000 cars will be coming to the Shades of the Past car show this year and you should go ahead and make plans to come to Pigeon Forge Tennessee.
This year at the Shades of the Past car show an appearance by “Super Mustang”, the restored car will be a surprise event you do not want to miss. The fastest recorded time for this car was 173 mph in 8.82 seconds. This amazing ‘65 Mustang was one of the first known “funny cars”. This classic Mustang has been rebuilt after it was found in a Tampa, Florida junkyard. This amazing car is powered by an alcohol burning 392 cubic Hemi engine with 850 horsepower.
So much excitement goes into these two days as Shades of the Past comes to Pigeon Forge. Memories will be made in town, stories will be shared when visitors arrive home and the anticipation for next year’s Shades of the Past will start to build as everyone leaves downtown Pigeon Forge Tennessee. Pack your bags and get ready to come to Pigeon Forge for the 2008 Shades of the Past classic car show.