ididit said it has some exciting additions to its car show and open house, set for Sept. 16.
ididit will host special guest’s from Lowrider Magazine, including Rudy Rivas, general manager, and Joe Ray, editor. Rivas and Ray will participate in an informal meet-and-greet at 10 a.m. inside the vendor tent.
The ididit Car Show & Open House will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 16, rain or shine at ididit’s facility in Tecumseh, Michigan. The open house tradition dates back to 1991 as a way for the company to thank customers for their support and as one last hurrah before owners tuck their hot rods away for the winter.
Additionally, the vendor tent will be back and will feature representatives from companies including Ann Arbor Welding Supply, Classic Instruments, Cruis’news, Shadow Rods, American Autowire, Old Dog Street Rods and EATON Detroit Spring selling parts and answering questions. The Michigan International Speedway pace car will be on site for the event as well.
Also new this year, we opened up the vehicle range to 1985 and older and are able to compete for custom ididit trophies in eight new classes. Owners can also take advantage of free NSRA safety inspections happening all day.
Other highlights, according to ididit, include breakfast by the Knights of Columbus, a live DJ, goodie bags, door prizes, facility tours, custom golf cart raffle, food trucks, canned food drive and more.
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