High End Specialty Car Show to Feature Variety of Fine Italian Sports Cars and Motor Vehicles
CHESTERFIELD, Missouri – The Kemp Auto Museum invites you to rev your engines for their second “Ferraris on the Piazza” car show event on Sunday, September 12, 2010. This specialty car show will take place outdoors at the tree-lined Sachs Plaza from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm.
The “Ferraris on the Piazza” car show event will feature a number of classic to contemporary Ferraris, as well as other fine Italian automobiles.
“Ferraris on the Piazza” is free and open to the public. Admission into the Museum will be reduced to $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children during the “Ferraris on the Piazza” event. Food and beverages will be available for purchase the day of the event.
“We’re so pleased to be able to host this premiere event again, and to welcome these fabulous Italian automobiles and their owners back to the Kemp Auto Museum,” notes Museum Executive Director Rodger Van Ness. He adds, “There are many local Ferrari collectors in the St. Louis area, and the Kemp Auto Museum is very fortunate to be able to bring these unique cars together for a public event like this.”
To learn more about the upcoming Ferraris on the Piazza” event, the public may visit the Kemp Auto Museum’s web site at KempAutoMuseum.org.
About The Kemp Foundation and the Kemp Auto Museum:
The intent of the Fred M. Kemp Foundation is to demonstrate the evolution of European 20th century
automotive design and engineering and its impact on the worldwide automotive industry. The Foundation
is dedicated to the education, preservation, maintenance, expansion and the public display of the vintage antique, classic and contemporary European automobiles previously owned by Fred M. Kemp. Functioning as an educational facility through the Museum, the Fred M. Kemp Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization approved by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as tax exempt under Section 501c3.
The Kemp Auto Museum collection is built from one of the finest and extensive private collections of classic Mercedes automobiles in the world, and includes the acclaimed coupe, cabriolet, sports car and sedan designs from 1886 up to the present.