When: Feb. 25-March 4 2012
Kick the tires, pop the hood, and maybe even slide behind the wheel of your dream car the Cleveland Auto Show. Happening now through March 4 at the I-X Center, the annual automotive roundup is all about you, Mr. or Ms. Consumer: That means no selling, free parking, and even free admission for kids 15 and under on Family Day, February 27. With more than 1,000 new vehicles, including concept, pre-production, and production cars, the show claims to be one of the top five auto shows in the nation. Gear heads will also dig the Classic Car Show, historically one of the best-attended parts of the overall event. This year’s entries include everything from a 1936 Buick Opera Coupe to a 1984 Corvette. Plus fans can check out four cars from the Crawford Auto Aviation Collection: a 1905 Franklin Model F, the 1909 Hupmobile Model 20 Runabout, the 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout, and the 1922 Templar A-445 Roadster which was built right here in Cleveland.
Price: $10 to $12.50