Dallas Autorama

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The 1st annual Dallas Autorama was held in 1960 at the old Varied Industries building at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas. 65 cars were displayed, and it costed 99 cents to come in and look at them. The show was modest in scale, but about 8,000 people attended the first Dallas Autorama.[1]

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Dallas Autorama 2010

The 50th annual Dallas Autorama was held February 19-21, 2010 at the Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, Texas. More than 300 hot rods, customs, street machines, and other vehicles were on display at the show. 100 cars were turned down because of lack of room. During the weekend between 40,000 and 50,000 visited the show.[1]

King Voodoo's photos from the 50th Dallas Autorama
Bigjhoov's photos from the 50th Dallas Autorama
GonzoSS's photos from the 50th Dallas Autorama

Dallas Autorama 1960

Cars Attending:
Don Deere's 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe

Bob McNutt's 1939 Ford Coupe


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