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Baltimore Annual Car Convention

Show goers browse on opening day at the 2016 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore at the Convention Center. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

Show goers browse on opening day at the 2016 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore at the Convention Center. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

Baltimore Sun

Show goers browse on opening day at the 2016 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore at the Convention Center. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Sun

Show goers browse on opening day at the 2016 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore at the Convention Center. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun)

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The Motor Trend International Car Show – better known as the Baltimore Car Show – is a major attraction in the city; each year near the beginning of February, the  4-day event brings lots of families and friends out to enjoy and have a great experience. One of the fun things you can do there is test drive some of the vehicles that they have available; it’s an opportunity many attendees enjoy.

Last February the event was held from February 8 through February 11 at the Baltimore Convention Center, with over 400 cars on display, including brand new 2019 models. Some of the cars I really found interesting were the McClaren, Lamborghini, and Audi models. Although I’ve only attended one other car show in my life, around 7 years ago, I thought this one was great. Visitors can take to the streets of downtown Baltimore and test drive the latest models from Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, FIAT, Ford, Jeep, Ram, and Toyota. DuPont Registry Live brought a collection of pricey automobiles including two McLarens, a Rolls Royce Dawn, Porsche GT3, 2018 Karma Revero and two Roush Stage 3 Mustangs, as well as an Airstream Interstate by Tommy Bahama. Each year there’s also a custom car show within the show.

I honestly think if you are in Baltimore around the time of the show, you should attend it with as many people as you can, so they can enjoy that moment with you.  The 2019 show is being held from February 7 through February 11, again at the Baltimore Convention Center, located at 1 West Pratt St in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  

For information on last year’s show, to see these tricked out and classic autos and meet the gearheads who built them, check the links below.

WJZ News Report:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3YS-O64t8I

Arrivals:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOdHgqKRzdw

For those interested in attending the next show, here’s the link for more information and to buy discounted tickets: http://autoshowbaltimore.com/ This is a pretty inexpensive event. Admissions is $12 for adults (13 and UP) and free for children 12 and under. Senior and Military Discounted rates available.

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