Hot Rod Power Tour Stops In Chattanooga June 10

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The 24th annual Hot Rod Power Tour rolls into Chattanooga State Community College on Sunday, June 10, from 12-7 p.m. It is the largest hot rod road trip in the world, traveling over 1,300 miles.

Hot Rod Power Tour welcomes all makes and models of hot rods, street rods, custom trucks, muscle cars, and performance machines of every vintage and nameplate. Those who travel from start to finish are considered the “Long Haulers.” The 2018 Hot Rod Power Tour anticipates more than 2,500 long-haul vehicles and over 4,000 “Long Haulers” on tour.

The 24th annual Hot Rod Power Tour will also feature a midway of mobile display rigs from more than 50 performance manufacturers and aftermarket specialists, motorsports celebrities, entertainment, games, and dozens of giveaways on the main stage. 

Spectator admission is free. Participants may register a vehicle for just one day, two days, or the entire event. Vehicle registration is open to any year, make, or model. Registration is open now at hotrod.com/events/power-tour.

Spectator parking will be located off-site at Tennessee River Park, 4301 Amnicola Hwy. Shuttles will be provided.

For more information, follow Hot Rod Power Tour at hotrod.com; Facebook: facebook.com/hotrodmag; Twitter: twitter.com/hotrodmagazine; email powertour@hotrod.com.

 


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