Researching Cars at SUNY RCC Auto Show 2013

 

 

World Winder is back home in Rockland County and taking a break from travel to concentrate on new videos and photo blogs for our website.

fix car

We found this Plymouth Belvedere in Illinois on a road trip.

SUNY Rockland Community College annual auto show

This weekend SUNY Rockland Community College (RCC) will host it’s 27th annual Tri-State International Auto Show.  The show will be managed by McCarey Exposition Management and held in cooperation with the Rockland Community College Foundation.  The specific venue on the RCC campus is the 90,000 square foot Field House and the address for the campus is 145 College Road Suffern, NY 10901.

 

cadillac ranch cars in ground

Later on in the road trip we hit the Cadillac Ranch.

 

Over 200 vehicles will be on display representing over 25 manufacturers.  An assortment of vehicles will be on the floor grouped by type so that shoppers and auto enthusiasts can compare and contrast and ask questions to representatives.  Come and browse cars, trucks, hybrids, and other services will be on hand.

SUNY Rockland Community College is located in Suffern, New York and is less than an hour from New York City.  It is located a few miles off of the New York State Thruway  (I-87).  The campus has ample parking.  No pets except for registered service animals.  The service pet needs to have a harness/vest and state or national paperwork.

german car

We saw this car during a festival in Ecuador. Our friend Lord Ax Hooper says it’s a German car made of paper. Say What?

Hours:

Friday     January 25th  2pm-9pm

Saturday January 26th 10am- 8pm

Sunday   January 27th 10am-6pm

SUNY RCC Field House: 145 College Road Suffern, NY 10901

Why World Winder is attending

Rockland County is World Winder‘s home base.  Now that we are home after 14 months of travel in South America and Europe we need some new wheels.  We need a new car  to go on road trips all over the USA this spring and summer.  Maybe we’ll return for bourbon tasting in Kentucky, or the football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, or Monument Valley.  No matter where we choose to go, it’s time to find out which 2013 cars are good for road trips.

About Neil Friedman

A Wheel of Fortune winner and former motivational speaker, Neil Friedman is a freelance writer, videographer and certified teacher of English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). He has journeyed to over 35 countries and 30 U.S. States and lived in various parts of New York, Japan, and South America. He is currently on a two-year trip to parts of South America, Asia, and Europe. Connect with Neil on  Google+ . Twitter: @WorldWinder and Facebook.com/WorldWinder
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