Fans of vintage sports cars, race cars, touring sedans and great wine, take note: The 19th Annual Vintage Celebration on Sunday, August 10, 2014 will feature the fabulous American Muscle cars of the 1960s and 70s. If you’re old enough to remember these incredible cars, you’ll also remember that they represented a coming of age of sorts, in American history. Breaking out, breaking free, shedding the shackles of the proper and the expected, Detroit unleashed its design and power fury in raw, gritty unmistakable beauty. Corvette, Shelby Cobra, Camero, Firebird, Galaxie, Road Runner, Challenger, Charger, Nova, Mustang, Trans Am, Fairlane, Falcon and more; 427, 289, big block and Hemi, stock or fine tuned (for power and aesthetics) by the likes of Baldwin Motion and Yenko, these cars found a permanent place in the hearts of an entire generation of America’s youth. Never to be repeated. Definitely to be relished and shared.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see, hear, smell and enjoy all that these darlings of Detroit have to offer as we bring to life an era of true muscle in American automobile history. Learn more at www.bothamvineyards.com/vintage-celebration/ and make plans to enter a pre-1994 vehicle in the competition or simply join us for a day of music, extraordinary Wisconsin wine and the incredible artistic beauty of the vintage automobile with the vineyard setting as its breathtaking backdrop. Memories at every turn.
For a little inspiration, we share a recent news item, The Holy Grail of Muscle Cars Found in a Barn. Enjoy. See you on August 10.