Egge to Discuss How to Profit From Building Vintage Engines at HRR Education & Training Day

Feb 27, 2010

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.