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Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will once again open the doors of the Lingenfelter Collection for its charitable 2016 Spring Open House from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 23. The event is set at Lingenfelter Motorsports in Brighton, Michigan.
The Collection has amassed rare and specialty vehicles from around the world, which have been carefully curated since 1980 by Ken Lingenfelter, CEO/owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. Known as one of the most impressive car collections in the country, the Collection features more than 200 historically significant Corvettes, muscle cars and late model high performance and exotic vehicles, according to the company.
New vehicles are regularly added to the collection. Some of the latest additions include the first 2016 Gen-6 Camaro to receive a Magnuson supercharger upgrade delivering 630 horsepower, a 1983 Porsche 911 Slant Nose, a 1971 LT1 Corvette as well as a 1974 Gremlin Levi’s Special Edition, which was one of only 21 ever built, plus more.
During the event, Ken Lingenfelter and members from the Lingenfelter staff will be on hand to answer questions about Lingenfelter vehicles and the company’s products and services.
Donations accepted at this year’s Spring Open House will benefit The American Cancer Society.