On Saturday, June 10th, 2017, the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center will open its doors and welcome thousands of passionate enthusiasts to AutoCon: New York 2017. More than just a car show event, AutoCon is a celebration of life, individuality and community. An automotive experience like no other. The show features the world’s top show vehicles and notable industry brands all under one roof while creating a unique experience allowing attendees the opportunity to connect and share common interests with one another. From classics to concepts, there’s a little something for everyone to see during the event. With its core focus on the automotive industry, AutoCon is a place where exclusive vehicle builds/projects are debuted, product launches happen, news is announced, and the future is introduced. Let the good times roll!

More information is available at http://www.autoconevents.com/autocon-new-york-2017.

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