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NSRA Southwest Street Rod Nationals come to the Saddleback

posted by: BEST WESTERN PLUS Saddleback Inn on: March 09, 2017 02:27:09 PM
1,700 Vintage Cars Heading For Oklahoma City!

1,700 street rods, customs, muscle cars and street machines will be on hand at the State Fair Park this spring as the National Street Rod
Association® presents its 34th Annual Southwest Street Rod Nationals.

The dates for the city’s largest vintage car show will be April 7, 8, 9, 2017. This will be the 27th time the NSRA Southwest Street Rod Nationals has been held in Oklahoma City and an all time high number of participants and spectators are expected this year. Almost all of the State Fair Park will be utilized for the event as well as many of the buildings, which will house a large number of manufacturer and
dealer displays and other attractions.

The host organization, NSRA, defines a street rod as a modernized vintage vehicle that is of pre-1949 manufacture. These vehicles are equipped with the latest options available on the newest model vehicles, including but not limited to disc brakes, air conditioning, cruise control, and tilt steering wheel. Most of those attending have
updated the engine and drive train to enable the owner to cruise down the highway in comfort and safely maintain the speeds traveled by more modern vehicles.
 
Included in this event are muscle cars, those factory produced high horsepower machines from the 60’s and 70’s along with the classics cars of the 50’s. This is truly unique mix of old and new together again
at the State Fair Park and a national gathering of fine vintage automobiles of every description.
 
The Best Western Plus Saddleback Inn is the closest hotel to the NSRA event, just 1 mile from the State Fairgrounds Park straight down Reno.
 
For more information about the event Click Here.
 
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