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This Sunday July 20 @ ArtCenter, Pasadena, CA


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Sunday, July 20, 10:AM-4:PM at the Art Center/College of Design in Pasadena.

1700 Lida, Pasadena, CA

Focusing on the designs and designers of high performance cars from the 50s to the present, with many rare high performance automobiles on display, the Third Annual Art Center Car Classic showcases the finest in automotive design.

Highlights include:

"Meet the Designers" presentation, featuring alumni Peter Brock (designer of the Corvette Stingray and Cobra Daytona Coupe) and Chuck Pelly (designer of the Scarab and Chaparral racecars) with Craig Durfey, designer of the Dodge Viper, and several other distinguished designers of high performance vehicles. Each designer will talk about the history and key design aspects of the celebrated cars they designed as these rare automobiles are driven past the stage in a stunning presentation of "Designing for speed"

For complete info, go to:_ http://www2.artcenter.edu/carclassic/

Confirmed vehicles

in the "Designing for Speed" corral currently include:

- Only existing original Ford GT40 Roadster

- Chaparral 1 “Meister Brauser�

- TZ-1 Zagato racecar

- 1952 Jaguar XK120M Factory Racer

- 1938 Blue Crown Special Indianapolis racer

- Cobra 289, 427 and Daytona

- Mosler NT-900

And a Ferrari F60 Enzo...

see you there?


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