Charlotte AutoFair Spring Meet and AACA National Meet officially kicks off Spring on April 13-16

The Charlotte AACA Nationals, with more than 300 show vehicles, will take place on Saturday April 15, 2023 in front of the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The Charlotte AACA Nationals, with more than 300 show vehicles, will take place on Saturday April 15, 2023 in front of the Charlotte Motor Speedway adjacent to US Highway 29 – free public admission.

Charlotte AACA Southeastern Spring Nationals

Charlotte, NC – The Hornets Nest Region, Antique Automobile Club of America, will welcome more than 100,000 collector vehicle devotees to Charlotte AutoFair on the grounds of the famous Charlotte Speedway for four fabulous days of automotive fun April 13-16, 2023. The tremendous annual spring production of Charlotte AutoFair, with more than 4,500 vendor spaces, is made possible by the Hornets Nest Region, AACA.

A main attraction, on Saturday April 15, 2023 is the sixteenth annual production of the Charlotte AACA Southeastern Spring Nationals, hosted by the Hornets Nest Region. The AACA Nationals is anticipated to have more than 300 pristine show vehicles ready for Judging. The AACA Nationals is in a great location in front of the track on Highway US29 – there is no admission fee to walk into this event. Show vehicles will begin entering at 7:00 AM and will be on display for judging until 3:00 PM. Awards will be made in the AACA Tent adjacent to the show field at 4:00 PM. All this is open free to the public who want to see the vehicles and talk with owners.

The Charlotte AACA Nationals, with more than 300 show vehicles, will take place on Saturday April 15, 2023 in front of the Charlotte Motor Speedway adjacent to US Highway 29 – free public admission.

Charlotte AACA Southeastern Spring Nationals

The Hornets Nest Region’s production of Charlotte AutoFair is a vast gathering of automobile enthusiasts who will find hundreds of outstanding collector vehicles for sale – everything from early cars to great muscle cars! More fun is in store with three flea market fields covered with more than 4,500 vendor spaces of automotive parts and supplies – and many potential “barn find” vehicles. The Orange Field is located inside the track infield and the Green Field and Red Field are located outside Gate 25 & Gate 26. The event gates open for public admission at 8:00 AM – you can walk and shop the flea markets and car corral as long as you wish. Many vendors camp for the four days and sell until the buyers leave for dinner at dusk! Sellers may purchase flea market and car corral spaces at the Green Field registration tent upon arrival, but it is best to purchase in advance and avoid that long line!

David Peeler’s 1937 Packard Convertible Victoria as shown in the AACA Southeastern Spring Nationals at Charlotte.

Charlotte AACA Southeastern Spring Nationals

Mel Carson, Executive Director the Hornets Nest Region says, “This is the first major event of the Spring 2023 collector vehicle year – Hornets Nest Region has a great reputation for their fabulous Charlotte AutoFair productions.”

Charlotte AutoFair admission fees and public parking fees are collected by the speedway owner. 

www.charlotte-autofair.com

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