61st Annual ACD Festival

The 2017 ACD Festival ended with another successful year. The Festival officially kicked off on Thursday with the arrival of the Hoosier Tour. The cars made their grand entrance one by one lining the street in front of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.

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On Friday night downtown Auburn was bustling with spectators admiring the Cruise-In and classic cars that lined the court square. For the Cruise-In Concert Hubie Ashcraft and Chris Worth entertained the crowd as they danced the night away.

The Parade of Classics happened on Saturday afternoon with ACD Club members from around the world driving their classic cars around the streets of Auburn. Saturday evening ended the day’s festivities with another Cruise-In Concert.

 

 

The Festival ended on Sunday with the 4th Annual Classic City Historic Home Tour. The ACD Festival and Tri Kappa of Auburn joined together to open the doors to Auburn’s automotive and carriage history through public tours of privately owned homes.

 

Next year will be the 62nd year for the ACD Festival and we can’t wait!

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