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KICKER is fully prepared to rock the Classic Auto Show this weekend
KICKER is fully prepared to rock the Classic Auto Show this weekend

KICKER Set to Return to Classic Auto Show


KICKER is set to return to Southern California for The Classic Auto Show in support of elite builder Kindig-it Design. The event is set for March 16-17 at the Orange County Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, California.

KICKER and Kindig-it Design will share booth MM-912, located in the centralized Car Feature section of the show. Kindig-it Design is showcasing its 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing, 1967 Dodge Coronet and 1962 Chevy Corvette in the booth. All three show cars are equipped with a complete KICKER sound system.

Dave Kindig and Kevin “KevDogg” Schiele will be onhand in the booth to sign autographs during the show.

The Classic Auto Show also features attractions for adults and future car enthusiasts. The Women ‘n Wheels Panel will feature several well-known women in the auto industry, including Bogi Lateiner from All Girls Garage with her KICKER-equipped Chevy Montage project on display.

The Classic Auto Show has more than doubled in size since last year, according to officials. The show now features more than 2,000 vehicles from museums, celebrities, custom builders, private owners and car clubs.

Several celebrity appearances are planned during the course of the show, including Q&A sessions with automotive icons Kindig, Lateiner, and Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars. Adam Carolla from The Adam Carolla Show and CarCast will serve as the show’s grand marshal.

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