Engine parts supplier Egge is presenting the workshop “Building Value in Vintage Engines,” which will teach attendees how to generate profit from building vintage engines, during the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show’s Education & Training Day.
The panel discussion will feature Jim Barber from Classic Automotive Restoration Specialists (C.A.R.S.); John Gunnell, author of The Standard Catalog of V-8 Engines, 1906-2002;Del Austin, director of sales for Egge Machine Co.; and Neil Matranga, product manager for Egge Machine Co.
Ernie Silvers, the company’s CEO , will moderate the discussion.
The panelists will talk about the history of vintage performance engines, types of motors, reasons to build a vintage engine, products available for vintage motors and the profitability of the vintage engine segment.
The Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show Education & Training Day takes place Thursday, March 11 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
For more information on the HRR Trade Show Education & Training Day visit www.hotrodshow.com/Page/Education.aspx.
For more information on Egge Machine Co., visit www.egge.com.