Lingenfelter Collection Spring Open House Set For April 23rd

Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will once again open the doors of the Lingenfelter Collection for its charitable 2016 Spring Open House, Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will be at Lingenfelter Motorsports in Brighton, Michigan.

The collection of more than 200 cars is annually showcased, allowing Detroit-area enthusiasts to come and view an extensive collection that consists of a very diverse lineup of makes and models. This includes 40 percent Corvettes, 30 percent vintage and late-model high-performance cars and 30 percent European exotics. The events are also used to support important charities and donations accepted at this year’s open house will benefit The American Cancer Society.

If you are anywhere near the Detroit area and have an interest in any of these types of cars you will want to take the day and go see the collection. In addition to numerous vintage musclecars, some of the later-model cars that caught our eye and can be seen here include:

  • 1994 25th Anniversary Trans Am
  • 1995 Guldstrand GS90 Corvette coupe
  • 2011 Lingenfelter LTA (Lingenfelter Trans Am) convertible based on a 5th-gen Camaro
  • 2010 Lingenfelter Corvette ZR1
  • Karl Kustoms C6 Corvette Z06 “Z067” coupe (made to look like a ’67 Corvette)
  • Two 2010 LTA Camaro concept cars
  • 2006 Pratt & Miller C6 Corvette RS
  • 1996 Guldstrand GS90 Corvette Nassau Roadster
  • 2012 Lingenfelter Camaro ZL1
  • 1989 20th Anniversary Trans Am Indy Pace Car (one-year-only 3rd-gen TA with a Buick 3.8-liter intercooled turbo V-6 from the Buick Grand National)
  • 2000 Callaway C12 Corvette
  • 2010 Camaro L28 Optima Challenge car
  • 2010 Lingenfelter Corvette ZR1
  • 2007 and 2009 Lingenfelter Cadillac CTS-Vs
  • 2006 Lingenfelter Pontiac GTO

The Collection has amassed these and many other specialty cars from around the world, which have been curated since 1980 by Ken Lingenfelter, the CEO/owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. During the open house Ken and members from the Lingenfelter staff will be on hand to answer questions about the cars and the company’s products and services. Go check it out. You won’t be disappointed.

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