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Classics45th Annual Daytona Turkey Run

18:31  30 november  2018
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Get ready for the 45 th Annual Daytona Turkey Run . November 22-25, 2018. Show admission: /day Thurs. TURKEY RUN IS A TRADEMARK OWNED BY DAYTONA TURKEY RUN , INC. DBA Daytona Beach Street Rods, A Florida Non-Profit Corporation.

Blown Muscle Cars rule the speedway at the 45 th Annual Daytona Turkey Run 2018. More horse power than is probably allowed by law, but who cares?

You know you know it's a good show when there's more to do than time to do it! The Daytona Turkey Run, held over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend, is like Disneyland for car guys with something new around every turn. The event is famous for its three-pronged approach to entertainment beginning with a huge collection of more than 5,000 vehicles on display inside the International Speedway. No matter what your tastes, there was something for everyone.

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Daytona Turkey Rod Run , Daytona Beach, FL. 24K likes. The Largest combined Car Show & Swap Meet in the USA. Started in 1974 and held every Thanksgiving The Turkey Run was created in 1974 by the Daytona Beach Street Rods association. The clubs president

Cruise Night - End of 45 th Daytona Beach Turkey Run at Cobb Daytona Luxury Theatres Plaza - Legends Lane. Antique cars, unique automobiles, classic, muscle

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Next, visit the 3,000 vendor spaces that are always quickly filled every year. Whatever spare part you might need for your restoration project was available and probably in several colors. Everything from light bulbs to crate motors was on display. Finally, the sprawling Turkey Run Car Corral is always loaded with tempting new additions for your garage. With more than 1,500 to choose from, there was something for every style, taste, and budget. While any of those three would make a great fun weekend, it doesn't stop there.

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This year, spectators got a close-up look at the 1966 Batmobile, the Bat Cycle, and the Bat Copter. If you've always wanted to attend a Mecum auto auction, the Mecum Mobile Experience was a simulator that gave you a sense of the real thing. Worked up an appetite yet? Visit the food vendor row serving breakfast, lunch, and dessert. Quench your thirst at Hops and Hoods, choosing from among 30 craft beers and sampling four for $5. Everyone swings by the raffle car sometime during the four-day weekend. This year a 1934 Ford roadster complete with a 350 Chevrolet motor and automatic trans went to one lucky winner and the proceeds went to charity. Although the event closes every night at 5 pm, the fun continues across the street at One Daytona with Turkey Run Nights featuring a DJ, games, and prizes. If you didn't make the fall-time event, put the Spring Turkey Run on your calendar and enjoy a ceremonial lap around the legendary Daytona Speedway. Get the details at

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Texans star J.J. Watt to serve as Daytona 500 grand marshal.
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt will serve as the grand marshal for the Daytona 500, making him the first NFL player to give the command for drivers to starts their engines before NASCAR's most famous race. Daytona International Speedway made the announcement Monday, six days before the 61st running of ''The Great American Race.'' Watt is a three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and well known for his charity work with the Justin J. Watt Foundation, which provides after-school opportunities for children. Following Hurricane Harvey in 2017, Watt set a goal to raise $200,000 for recovery efforts in Houston.

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