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Cordes Performance sponsors 2021 Future Collector Car Show

Shop will be a stop on the pre-event driving tour for show entrants.

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ClassicCars.com is proud to announce Cordes Performance Racing as a sponsor of the 2021 Future Collector Car Show, scheduled for April 11 at High Street in Phoenix.

Located in Tempe, Arizona, Cordes Performance Racing not only will be a sponsor of the sixth annual show but will host an open-house stop on the pre-event participant cruise, previewing a host of Cordes-tuned high-performance racers while highlighting their services and products. Cordes also will present the Cordes Choice award at the show, looking for the vehicle with the best overall fit and finish of the modifications made, quality of parts used, and attention to detail in all areas of the build.

Cordes team meeting
Run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the soul of Cordes Performance Racing is the passion for what it does as it strives to provide best-in-class level of service for its customers.

“We decided to sponsor the Future Collector Car Show because Arizona’s car culture is constantly growing and we want to help ensure the continued success of these local events,” said Joe Cordes, chief executive of Cordes Performance Racing. “Cordes is all about racing and having fun, too, so when it comes to sponsoring an event that promotes a fun atmosphere where all types of car groups can come together for the fun of it all, we absolutely want to show our love and support.”

Founded in 2012, CPR is Arizona’s premier automotive motorsports shop specializing in performance upgrades and tuning for modern day GM V8s, all generation of Vipers, Ford Coyote motors, as well as modern day hemi performance with a strong emphasis on Corvette’s C5-8.

Joe Cordes has a passion for going fast and helping others do the same.  He spends most of his free time building and testing on his own Corvette and finding new ways to push the limits of performance. After moving to Phoenix for school, Cordes immersed himself in the flourishing Arizona car culture at car shows, track days, and online forums. From there, he and his wife made the dream come true by founding Cordes Performance Racing in Tempe Arizona where they recently expanded their footprint by almost double what they started with.

Run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the soul of Cordes Performance Racing is the passion for what it does as it strives to provide best-in-class level of service for all customers and building lasting relationships with customers that extend far beyond that of a traditional shop.

Cordes Corvette
Cordes Performance Racing

When customers bring their car or concept to CPR, they speak with one of their performance experts and many times Joe Cordes himself, who will guide them step-by-step through their build plans. Cordes stresses realistic goals for car tuning, asking questions about the build to determine what will be most practical for what the customer needs and wants.

CPR is not just a shop to take your vehicle to for upgrades; they are also a dealer/distributor for many of the industry’s top companies as well as some of their own products designed and fabricated in-house. Competitive parts pricing makes it easy to get what you need when you need it with full tech-support on all parts sold. CPR also offers in-house fabrication services allowing for further customization to make a vehicle build one of a kind.

To learn more about Cordes Performance Racing visit their website.

To register your vehicle for the 2021 Future Collector Car Show click here.

Matthew Ferguson
Matt Ferguson grew up on a small farm working on Chevy small blocks, pickups, and tractors with a strong belief in "no replacement for displacement.” Starting his career as the Marketing Communications Specialist for Barrett-Jackson, Matt grew even more passionate about all things automotive. He is now the Digital Marketing Coordinator at ClassicCars.com. Still a farm boy at heart, he continues to buy and sell classic pickups, his current project is a 1988 Toyota.

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