The American car dealer’s classic car collector will bring his cars to the American Auto Show in 2021.
Antique Trucking & Cargo will host the 2021 American Auto Shows, an exhibition of old, vintage and new cars, trucks and cargo, at the historic Fairmount Hotel and Conference Center in Nashville, Tenn.
The show will feature more than 70,000 cars and trucks from the past century and a half and is expected to draw about 20,000 people.
But Antique Truck &.
Cargo is not the only car dealer to be bringing its wares to the fairgrounds.
A spokesman for the International Association of Automotive Exhibitors confirmed that the American Automotive Show is planning to include antique truck trailers and trailer engines.
This will include some antique cars from the 1940s to the 1960s, as well as cars from World War II to the 1970s, the spokesman said.
It’s unclear how many of the trucks and trailers Antique will show off will be antique.
And although it may be a year or two before they’re on display, some antique truck drivers will probably be there in 2021, as they were for the 2011 show, according to the spokesman.
If you can’t wait until 2021, you can still enjoy the American automotive shows in 2019 and 2020, but the only antique truckers will be in 2019, the spokesperson said.
There are a number of other events in Tennessee this year, including the Tennessee Craft Show and the Tennessee Motor Show.
At the Tennessee Truck Show, the exhibitors will be selling all manner of antique machinery and vehicles, including a large model of the Wright Flyer, a large-scale replica of the aircraft carrier USS Constitution, and other pieces.
In Tennessee, the International Motor Show and International Auto Show will be held in Memphis.