This year's DEMA car show was held on Saturday, June 10th at the new
Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The weather was
perfect for a car show, in the low 90's and sunny all day, which
resulted in over 300 cars arriving for display. Although the majority
of cars were Mopars, it was an open car show and a few nice examples of
other brands showed up. There were some cars not normally seen at other
shows such as several 413 and 426 Max Wedge lightweights, many Hemis, a
pristine 1969 Charger 500, a Rallye Green 1969 Charger R/T with the rare
M31 belt moulding option, and even an AC Cobra replica with a South
African built body and American Ford engine!
Eighteen winged cars showed up for their special parking place on the
grass beside the front doors to the new museum. There were seventeen
SuperBirds and one Daytona from Quebec. Greg Kwiatkowski also had the
nosecone and wing from his #88 Daytona racecar on display.
Inside the circular bricked entrance to the museum, Chrysler had on
display its new PT Cruiser, complete with several custom packages that
are available (woody accents, flames, etc).
With each car show registration came a free pass into the WPC Museum.
This is a truly beautiful facility, a perfect place to hold a car show!
Winged Warriors/NBOA would like to take this opportunity to thank the
DEMA members for inviting us to join in their event and to the WPC
Museum for providing us with special parking and great hospitality. Shown
here are photos of some of the beautiful Mopars that were on display at