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Orphan cars find home in Florida at Fall AutoFest


Batcycle and Batmobile at Carlisle Fall AutoFest | Carlisle Events photos

Orphan cars found a home among unique Chryslers past during the 2016 Fall Lakeland AutoFest, held November 10-13 at Sun ‘n Fun in Florida as part of a special display organized by the Chrysler-Maserati TC America Club.

The orphans included several Hudsons, Kaisers and AMCs.

The Ford Performance Club of Florida joined in the event and produced a strong showing of high-performance Mustangs.

Other show highlights included the collector car auction that encompassed 400 consignments, the motor coach rally known as the Air & Coach Concours, a swap meet and a car corral.

The Batmobile, Batcycle and Batcopter from the iconic Batman TV show of the ‘60s were present. There was a Wall of Death thrill show and vintage aircraft rides.

Carlisle Events returns to Lakeland for the Winter AutoFest, February 23-26, 2017.

Photos by Carlisle Events

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