Do you love cars?  Remember the first car you bought, and wouldn't you love to have it back now?

Mine was a 1972 Ford Maverick, which led to a 1977 Grand Prix which was a true gas guzzler, when you turned a corner you could see the gas gauge go all the way to the Right or Left.  Yes, I wish I had those rides back.

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Here Is A Car Show Not To Be Missed

Well, if you love cars get ready for Motor Bella, this is not your typical auto show. It’s a true experience for car lovers.  you can do things like a cruise in an autonomous electric car on a mile-long track. You can also take a utility vehicle up rocky terrain, or feel the G’s of a sports car taking you from 0 to 60 in 3 seconds. And the best part, you can pick out your next new car from over 600 cars, trucks, and utility vehicles.

You can get your tickets now for Motor Bella the North American International Auto Show.  Which is referred to as the "bridge to the future." according to fox47news.com.

The show if you remember was canceled for the second straight year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

More Info On Motor Bella

It's back and Motor Bella will be at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac from September 21 through September 26. Put it on your calendars, because this is going to be a blast.

An Early Bird Special is underway for Industry days until August 15. Tickets, which are only valid on Tuesday and Wednesday (Sept. 21 & 22), are $80. The price increases to $100 if purchased after August 15.

 

This will be fun for the whole family and you can get info on days, times, and hours at naias.com/motor-bella-tickets.

Also, keep in mind that the North American International Auto Show will be in Detroit in 2022. More on the show, which will be held in September and October of 2022 and 2023, will be available soon.

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