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Event Coverage Indianapolis Museum of Art

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GTS225, Jul 28, 2015.

  1. GTS225
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  2. 26hotrod
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    Thanks for posting , I enjoyed it. Reckon Ed Roth worked on some of these?
     
  3. Moriarity
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    We went while in town for the custom car revival. Pretty cool
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  4. gnichols
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    Does anyone know if this is the same (ie traveling) show that was recently at Atlanta? Gary
     

  5. 2935ford
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    That '35 Bugatti re creation was built by the boys at The Guild in Ontario, Canada. They showed the build on the TV show called "Restoration Garage". Lots of work went into the making of this beauty!
     
  6. In additon to the above, the Stout Scarab, Buick Centurion, Chrysler Thunderbolt, Cadillac Cyclone, Chrysler Streamline X (by Ghia), plus a few newer cars (60s Ferrari, Lancia, current Porsche and a BMW with a fabric body that can change shape) and a vintage French electric are displayed.

    We were able to walk right in (ignore what their website says), it's included in a museum general admission ($18) and really you could spend the whole day there. I'm by no means an art museum person, we were out for some of the support races for the Brickyard and went to see this and after looking at the cars had some more time to kill, so got looking at some of the other things and particularly the American art was amazing to take in. If you're there with family or the wife/gf there's plenty to keep them interested also.
     

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