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Bugatti Chiron Super Sport - Owner: Triple F Collection

Surprisingly there's a good slate of events on tap for the last Saturday in October so don't put those cars away just yet.

This will be the last weekly list of events for the season. Next week I will post ALL the events in November since it isn't very many.

Monday (October 24):

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NEWS AND NOTES

For the first time in three months, I stayed home on Saturday. I enjoyed the day with my Grandson and watched a little football. Sunday, however, was a different story.

The Unveiling

The first stop on Sunday was Esoteric Fine Auto Finishing in New Albany, Ohio for the unveiling of the Triple F Collection's newest hypercar, the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport.

The unveiling took place from 11 AM to 2 PM. I arrived shortly before 1 PM and the crowd was quite manageable. No idea how crazy it was or wasn't at 11 AM.

Here are a few of the Super Sport's specs:

  • 8.0-liter 16-cylinder hand-crafted engine
  • 4 turbochargers
  • 18 PSI maximum turbo boost
  • 7100 rpm redline
  • 1,600 horsepower
  • A maximum speed of up to 273 mph
  • Pricing starts at $4 million

Bugatti plans to build only 60 Super Sports so you might want to order yours now!

The Triple F Collection had a few of its other cars on display. All told I estimated there was about $20 million worth of cars at Esoteric.

Lancaster Car Scene Car-Toberfest

From Esoteric it was off to Outerbelt Brewing in Caroll, Ohio for the Lancaster Car Scene Car-toberfest Car Show.

The event was spread out over the parking lots of Outerbelt Brewing and the Tractor Supply Company (TSC).

Registration was $15 which included a door prize ticket. There was also a 50/50 raffle. Those that parked in the Outerbelt Brewing lot could get food and a craft beer inside the taproom. A food truck was available for those that parked at TSC and didn't want to make the walk to the taproom.

The show registered 142 vehicles with another 30-40 attending that didn't register.

Trophies were presented to the Top 50 cars, trucks, and bikes along with seven "Best Of" category awards and a Best of Show.

The Best of Show honors went to Bob Kraft with a 1955 Chevy 210.

To see more photos from the Car-Toberfest show, CLICK HERE.

Baltimore Masonic Lodge #475 Car Show

Earlier in the day on Sunday, Big Dawg and the C-Town Cruisers hosted a Car Show for the Masonic Lodge #475 in Baltimore, Ohio. The actual show location was the Baltimore VFW Post 3761.

The show registered 84 cars. A total of 35 trophies were presented at the end of the show.

The Best of Show award went to the 1968 Plymouth Fury III owned by Joe Warner.

CLICK HERE, for more photos from the Baltimore Masonic #475 Show.

Other Area Shows

  • The Western Ohio Cars N Scouts Show in Enon, Ohio had more than 80 cars in attendance on Saturday.
  • Jax Wax held its Street Madness Halloween Edition at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio on Saturday evening. For the first time at a Street Madness event, Jax Wax presented three custom trophies. The trophies were for Best "Old School", Best "New School", and Best Truck. Our good friend, Dale Pearce, and his 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup received the Best Truck trophy.

Special thanks to Jeff Shankle, Dale Pearce, and Dave Bratton for their help in preparing this week's report.

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We start the fourth month of the season this week. Two car shows in Marion, Ohio and two Columbus Cars and Coffee meets highlight this week's list of events.

NEWS AND NOTES:

The weather during the first part of the Memorial day weekend played havoc with a number of events. Several were canceled or postponed. Those events that did brave the rain and cold temperatures obviously had less turnout than expected.

One of those shows that braved the weather on Saturday was Pepsi’s Auto Smarts Cruise and Ride at Ten Pin Alley in Hilliard, Ohio. Our friend Dale Pearce and his 1950 Chevy 3100 pickup truck took the Best of Show award.

With improving weather on Sunday, the Moonshine Festival Car, Truck and Bike Show in New Straitsville, Ohio registered 83 vehicles. The car show associated with the swap meet in Springfield, Ohio had 45-50 cars in attendance.

With almost Ideal weather by Monday, Big Dawg and the C-Town Cruisers registered 120 cars at the American Legion Southway Post 144 Memorial Day Meet in Columbus. A lot of cars showed up at the event but didn’t register. By all guestimates, there may have been close to 200 cars at the Southway Post Monday afternoon.

The Best of Show award went to Kevin Foust and his 1941 Dodge WC 40.


Just when you thought June couldn’t get any busier, four more events were announced last week. This makes the total number of June events in Central Ohio at 47 right now not counting the ongoing shows and cruise-ins.

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Unless some events are announced this week, it's an unusually light schedule for the last weekend of April. I've included a few events that would normally be considered outside of the Central Ohio area just because the schedule is so light. There really isn't much in the way of car events throughout the entire state this weekend. Weird?

Der Dutchman is hosting a pre-cruise-in dinner at the restaurant on Thursday (see link below) so everyone can get reacquainted with each other after the winter layoff.

NEWS AND NOTES:

The weather wasn't quite as cooperative Saturday evening as everyone had hoped for. Folks attending Cruisin' with the King in Marysville and the First Delaware Cruise Night had to dodge some rain showers throughout the evening. Despite the rain, the Delaware Cruise Night raised $200 for the Humane Society of Delaware County.

The Ninja Xpress Car Meet in Lewis Center was a rather laid-back affair Saturday afternoon. I counted between 25-30 cars during the hour I was there. Most were late model cars.

Dan "Boots" Longenette and the Pepsi Auto Smarts Cruise and Ride gang held their first show of the season on Saturday at the Sandalwood Boulevard Elks Club in Columbus. The Best of Show award went to Chris Kraner with a 1970 Ford Torino GT.

Big Dawg and the C-Town Cruisers hosted their Spring Warm-up Car Meet at the American Legion Southway Post in South Columbus on Sunday. The meet registered more than 80 cars. All proceeds went to the American Legion post. Stacy Longenette and her 1948 Chevy Thriftmaster pickup took Best of Meet honors.

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Central Ohio Forecast
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