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Local residents to be a part of Autorama

By: Mark Vest | C&G Newspapers | Published February 9, 2024


DETROIT — Detroit Autorama, “America’s greatest hot rod show,” is scheduled to hold its 71st event at Detroit’s Huntington Place March 1-3.

Aside from the highlight of this year’s show — five generations of Batmobiles from the movie franchise — some local residents are set to display their vehicles.

Lawrence Brown, of West Bloomfield, is the owner of a 2022 Chevy Vette; Max Lunsford, of West Bloomfield, owns a 1913 Ford Depot Hack; Geoff Hegel, of Waterford, is set to show his 2004 Pontiac GTO; Chad Kerr, of Waterford, is scheduled to display his 1965 Ford Mustang; Adrian Lewis, of Waterford, has a 1991 red Chevy Camaro that is set to make an appearance; Mackenzie Smith, of Commerce, is scheduled to bring her 2011 Infinity G37; Rick Wallin, of Farmington, has a Burgundy 1966 Ford Fairlane that is scheduled to appear; and Alex Dellatorre, of Farmington Hills, has a 1984 Ford Racer that is set to make an appearance in Detroit.

Detroit Autorama has scheduled shows for noon-10 p.m. March 1, 9 a.m.-10 p.m. March 2 and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. March 3.

Admission costs $27 for adults and $10 for children ages 6-12.

Children 5 and younger are admitted for free.

According to a press release, discount tickets are available at all participating O’Reilly Auto Parts locations, with $25 charged for general admission and $9 for children 6-12 years of age.

For more information, visit or call (248) 373-1700.