The Lingenfelter Collection will be holding its annual Spring Open House coming up on Saturday April 23rd. This is your chance to help out some great charities and view one of the top car collections in the world.
The collection itself is up made of around 200 cars from all portions of the automotive marketplace. It’s roughly 40% Corvettes, 30% exotics, and 30% muscle and other types of cars. There’s Ferrari LaFerrari, a Bugatti Veyron, and even a recently acquired 1983 5.0 Mercury Capri. Additionally you can also view the 1981 Greenwood GTO we told you about a couple of weeks ago just recently back from Amelia Island.
Admission to the Open House itself is free, but donations to The Lingenfelter Foundation are encouraged. Once you’ve peeped 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 en mass.
We’ve visited the Lingenfelter Collection a few times and can’t wait to get back there again in a few weeks. Owner Ken Lingenfelter is constantly buying a selling cars so there always something new to see each time you visit.
The Lingenfelter 2016 Spring Open House will take place Saturday April 23rd from 10am to 5pm. It’s located at 7819 Lochlin Drive, Brighton, MI 48116. For more information follow The Lingenfelter Collection on Facebook as they’ve been posting photos of their various cars each day.
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