Mark your calendars for the 10th annual summer tradition: Artmobilia, presented by ADESA. Taking place downtown Carmel at Main and Rangeline on Saturday, August 26th starting at 11 a.m., this free, family-fun event is one to see.
Come out to see 400 enthusiast and collector cars across more than 26 classes, including Super Car, Exotic, Classic, Sports car, European, Domestic, Vintage and Racers.
The event is expected to attract nearly 15,000 visitors from Indiana and nearby states. Enjoy the local fare of the Arts & Design District galleries, eateries and shops alongside incredible car collections from the Midwest and beyond.
Car building legend, Troy Trepanier and his team at Rad Rides will joining the event this year. For more than twenty years, this team has been building nationally-recognized, award-winning custom cars for top organizations and collectors. Trepanier has been featured on television programs such as Rides and Overhaulin’, recognized with Bonneville land speed records, Riddler, AMBR, and Barrett Cup, street machine of the year awards, and his work is regularly seen at SEMA and many other national events, plus featured in numerous feature articles from a variety of publications.
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Lots of public parking will be available for the event: Indiana Design Center underground parking garage (200 S. Range Line Road), Sophia Square’s underground parking garage (SW corner of 1st St. NW and 1st Ave. NW) or Carmel Lions Club lot (141 East Main Street).
Have fun at this annual summer tradition!