SUMMER! Car Show time.  Amidst the aisles of first generation Mustangs and Camaros, the cherry Impalas, and the 1948 DeSoto… amidst all these staples of the average town car show, there may be one or two works of art you’ll be talking about for the rest of the year.

Our friend and car expert Pam Hirschhorn tells you what 8 vehicles you won’t want to miss!

Pam Hirschhorn owns and runs Northeast Wheels Events, the online site to find out what car shows are coming up in the Northeast of the US of A.  Plus she presents videos and pix from the multiple shows she attends each week.  Pam has an encyclopedic knowledge of cars and so gets the most fascinating info out of the owners.

As a public service to the millions who attend car shows, she has identified 8 cars you will want to keep an eye out for as you attend car shows this season.

1948 Playboy – made in only one year; made from Studebaker and other manufacturer parts; only 97 made

Mohs SafariKar – massive car produced to go on safari – 1 of 3 made

1975 Stutz Blackhawk – luxury car built in Italy, styled by Virgil Exner, interior 24K gold; Frank Sinatra had one, Elvis had 3.

Dustin’s Coffin Car, the car you are dying to see!

Dady Rat – V12 diesel, all hand built, engine is from Ingersoll Rand trash compactor, frame is 6×6 military truck, other parts sourced from trucks, school buses and find out what else!  600 hp.

The Messerschmitt – 1955 bubble top KR 200 3 wheels 

1981 Bayliff Packard – based on Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

Bugatti Type 45 with U16 cylinder motor:  2 Bugatti super charged straight 8s joining on one block.

Pam publishes her videos continuously throughout the car show season.  If you live in the Northeast, you will not want to miss them!  Click on Northeast Wheels Events.  A sister site is Southeast Wheels Events covering car events south of Mason-Dixon line.