Huge Auto Show Coming to Brampton
If you're a car enthusiast, mark your calendar, because rain or shine a huge auto show is returning to Brampton this month!
GTALX 2017 sponsored by Authentic Performance will take place on Saturday May 27 from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Heartlake Conservation Area.
This year, the event is open to more owners of the Mopar and associated brands, including classic Mopars.
The event is hosted by a group of Greater Toronto Area (GTA) car enthusiasts hoping to bring more enthusiasts together from all over the world to enjoy the show. The group has been hosting this event for almost a decade.
Typical vehicles that have appeared at the auto show have included Dodge Magnum, Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger, and the Chrysler 300. These models belong primarily to the LX, LC, LA and LD platform as designated by Dodge/Chrysler, now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
GTALX 2017 promises vehicles galore, food service vendors, a barbecue by Fire It Up BBQ, and even a raffle where proceeds go to the Peel Children's Aid Society.
Last year, the event raised $2080 for the charity. This year, organizers hope to match or exceed that total.
According to their Facebook page, prizes for the raffle include a full SOLO performance exhaust system, a US$500 gift certificate from Billet Technology, a ceramic coating shine package worth $700, a full performance tuning kit including a Diablosport InTune I2 tuner, a custom tune and a performance oil catch can from Overkill Motorsports, one of 5 $100 Canadian Tire gift cards, and more.
General admission is $6.50 for adults 15 and over, $5.50 for seniors 60 and over, and free for children 14 and under with their family.
To register for the event, click here.
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