PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Barrett-Jackson's Collector Car Road Tour will make a stop at the Elliott Museum in Stuart on Monday, Oct. 12. at 2 p.m.
47 collector cars are participating in a week-long tour that starts in Georgia and ends in Key West on Oct. 13.
The tour has 87 participants who will tour the museum's 100 cars which date back to 1903.
“We are excited to host this exclusive Barrett-Jackson group of car collectors,” said Robert Steele, President & CEO of the Historical Society of Martin County, which oversees the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge. “It’s a great opportunity for us and for them.”
“The Barrett-Jackson experience has become something truly unique in the collector car world,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “Our auctions are the heartbeat of this hobby, but the Barrett-Jackson experience encompasses so much more. Our Collector Car Road Tours will be another example of how the Barrett-Jackson experience brings this community together to enjoy our shared passion for collector cars.”
The Barrett-Jackson Car Show was to be held at the South Florida Fairgrounds on Oct. 15 to 17 but was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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