Recognizing Historical Innovation

My first car show video made since filming footage of the  65th Annual 12 Hours of Sebring.

I made this specifically to show detailed shots of classic cars at the 2nd Annual TT #330 Brunch Bunch Cruise In in Tampa, Florida.

The central theme of this video is to convey that car shows in the United States are organized as both an attraction for auto and non-auto enthusiasts of all age groups, and an event honoring automotive innovation from the past and present.

From my experience, cars shows are more than just a place for car people to gaze at vintage machinery, it is an event where people learn about the historical success of America’s automotive industry from car owners who have been following the U.S. auto market. At the same time, it is a social gathering for car owners to share stories about their cars to the public because car owners at these show venues all have a story to tell about their cars.

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