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Friday, 02 February 2018 21:37

Ryan Evans of 'Counting Cars' and Dave Kindig to Appear at 'World of Wheels' Car Show

Dave Kindig & Ryan Evans Dave Kindig & Ryan Evans

The World of Wheels custom car show, presented by Ray Skillman, and sponsored by O'Reilly Auto Parts will be held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds February 9-11, 2018.

Custom cars, hot rods, trucks, and motorcycles will be on display. The event includes a charity auction with proceeds to benefit the Indiana Youth Diabetes Foundation.

Ryan Evans from Count's Customs (and the Counting Cars reality TV Show on the History channel) will be working with pinstripers and meeting fans on Saturday, February 10, 11AM-4PM, and Sunday, February 11, 1-4pm.


Dave Kindig of the Velocity channel's reality show "Bitchin' Rides" and custom car shop Kindig It Design in Salt Lake City, Utah will be appearing on Saturday, February 10, from 12pm-2pm.


Other celebrities to appear are WWE Superstar Kevin Owens, Friday 6:00pm-8:00pm, and Jerry Mathers "Beaver Cleaver" from "Leave it to Beaver" on Sunday, February 11 from 1-5.


A Master Builder award will be presented by Steele Rubber Products. A Circle City Award will be presented by The Finer Details Automotive Restoration. A builder's showcase is sponsored by Guage Magazine. The Tom Wood Group will present the Indianapolis Speedrome Race, sponsored by Lincoln Tech.


The Motorama special section will feature traditional rod & customs with vintage car movies and live music with the Art Adams Band on Friday, February 9th and Big Wally & The Homewreckers on Saturday, February 10th.


Student Career day offers students discounted admission on Friday, February 9. An educational session for high school and college level students allows them to enjoy a hands-on learning experience. Following the session, students will be allowed to preview the show ahead of opening to the general public. During the day, they will meet with car owners and builders, participate in interactive exhibits, and talk with representatives from area colleges and tech schools.

 

For more information visit: https://autorama.com/attend/indianapolis/

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