The NorthEastern Ohio Camaro Club is hosting its 23rd annual Camaro Fall Classic Sept. 10 and 11 at Summit Racing Equipment, 1200 Southeast Ave., Tallmadge, Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, rain or shine.
Proceeds benefit Aluminum Cans for Burned Children through Akron Children's Hospital, the club's charity for many years. This is a two-day show for all Camaro owners and enthusiasts. Goodie Bags will go to the first 200 participants with a dash plaque included. Over 75 awards to be given away. Spectators are welcome. Admission to the show is free.
/ GM will showcase the 2017 ZL1, an Indianapolis 500 festival car, a 50th anniversary edition Camaro, and a 2017 1LE
/ Show sponsor #1 Performance Center, a division of Flynn Auto Group, will display signature Camaros such as a 1969 Baldwin Motion, 2016 VIN #1 Courtney Force COPO edition and 2016 VIN #069 427 COPO
/ Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins' newly restored "Grumpy's Toy IV" 1968 Camaro will be on display. Along with its many Super Stock victories, Jenkins' plain-white Camaro won the 1970 Winternationals and Gatornationals, NHRA's first-ever Pro Stock Eliminator events. After years of research, documentation, and garage time, owners Vicki Bolla and Dale Carvender of Pittsburgh have faithfully revived the famed race car.
/ Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will be presenting Crystal Choice awards to one Camaro from each generation.
Judged and Display classes available for Camaro owners, Hot Soss Don Mobile Food Truck on site, 50/50 raffle and a Chinese auction will be available onsite. There will be an off-site police escorted Saturday evening cruise to Club Motor Estates in Broadview Heights, catered by Fresche Catering. Music throughout the weekend provided by Dusk Till Dawn Entertainment. All cars on showgrounds must be registered and display proper show credentials. For further information, visit www.neocc.org or contact Morgan Iorio, NEOCC President, at 330-730-3348.
The NorthEastern Ohio Camaro Club was started in the spring of 1994, promoting the Chevrolet Camaro as a hobby with all years and models welcome. Camaro owners, as well as Camaro enthusiasts, are welcome to join. Membership includes over 300 people from throughout the area as well as across the country. To become a member and be a part of the club is as easy as signing up online or attending a meeting. Visit the main website www.neocc.org for more info.