One of the happiest places on earth is opening its doors for charity next weekend. The Lingenfelter Collection’s annual Spring Open House will take place on Saturday, April 29th from 10am – 5pm. Prior to the event, from 9am – 10am, attendees can partake in a detailing seminar conducted by Adam’s Polishes.
A donation to the American Cancer Society will get you in the door so you can check out the 175-200 vehicles in Ken Lingenfelter’s house of horsepower. It’s roughly 40% Corvettes, 30% exotics, and 30% muscle and other types of cars.
It’s diversity that makes the Lingenfelter Collection so unique. Ken Lingenfelter is constantly buying and selling cars so there’s always something new to see each time you visit. There’s a Ferrari LaFerrari, a Bugatti Veyron, a Lamborghini Reventon, an NHRA dragster, and even a Corvette Cabilista. It’s not just all ultra-high end collector cars, there are entry level cars all the way up to the 7-figure LaFerrari. In true car guy fashion, Ken will often even let kids sit in his super cars.
Significant Corvettes include a Supercharged 1953, a couple of Greenwood GTO’s, several C2’s, a GS90, and a whole host of Lingenfelter and Callaway modded cars.
When you’re done salivating over all of the rare rides inside, be sure wander around outside and check out all of the cool cars there too. Often times the parking areas become their own car shows as various clubs and groups show up together in big numbers. The open houses can draw 4000-5000 attendees.