Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will open the doors on its 2014 Collection Open House to benefit charity.
The event will be held 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at Lingenfelter Motorsports, 819 Lochlin Dr. in Brighton, Mich.
Donations accepted at this year’s Collection Open House will benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank, which provides support to a broad population in southeastern Michigan, as well as The Bottomless Toy Chest, which delivers art projects, crafts and interactive games to hospitalized pediatric cancer patients, according to a press release.
The Lingenfelter Collection features more than 200 vehicles including historically significant Corvettes, muscle cars and late-model exotic vehicles that have been secured since 1980 by Ken Lingenfelter, CEO/owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering.
Ken and Mike Copeland, vice president and general manager of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, will be on hand to answer questions about Lingenfelter vehicles, products and services.
New to the collection are a 1989 Ferrari GTS, a 1964 Chevy Nova II wagon fully restored by “American Collector Car” magazine and a 1971 LT1 Corvette with several rare options. Also displayed will be five special Lingenfelter Corvettes just returned from a special exhibit celebrating 60 years of the Corvette at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky.