(New York, NY) – There’s something for everyone – rarefied elegance to pavement-pounding power – at HERITAGE & HORSEPOWER, the LeMay Museum’s “Auto Show Within An Auto Show” at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, April 4-8, 2007. Showcasing iconic classics, street rods, muscle cars, concept vehicles and NASCAR, Grand-Am, Indy, GT and NHRA racecars, the 22,000-square-foot exhibit is located on the Lower Level, Hall 1-E.

“Like the LeMay Museum itself, HERITAGE & HORSEPOWER celebrates the very essence of spirited motoring throughout the years,” said LeMay President & CEO, David Madeira. “We couldn’t have produced this exhibit without our sponsor, State Farm Insurance and strategic partners: GM Heritage Center, Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series, NYIAS, Precision Motors, H.B. Stubbs Companies and Watkins Glen International. Special ‘thanks’ go to Board member Nicola Bulgari and Friends of the Lemay Museum for providing many of the vehicles on display,” added Madeira.

Several of the cars to be displayed in HERITAGE & HORSEPOWER include: 1912 Standard Electric (LeMay Museum), 1927 LaSalle 303 Roadster (LeMay Museum), 1930 Lincoln Limousine (Lemay Museum), 1931 Chrysler CG1 Imperial LeBaron (Nicola Bulgari Collection), 1936 Cadillac Series 85 Coupe (Lemay Museum), 1940 “Bette Davis” Buick Station Wagon (Nicola Bulgari Collection), 1953 Hudson Hornet “Satan of Morimar” (Nicola Bulgari Collection), 1967 Astro I Concept car (GM Heritage Center), 1968 Plymouth Hemi-Cuda SS/AA (John Troxell Collection), 1987 Buick Grand National GNX (Nicola Bulgari Collection), 1989 Buick NASCAR Winston Cup Regal (Nicola Bulgari Collection), 1992 GM Ultralite Concept car (GM Heritage Center), DuPont DOMINATION Show & Street Rod (Makofske Collection), Lexus Riley #61 Grand-Am Daytona Prototype (Grand-AM), Team Penske Hornish Jr./ Castroneves Indy Car (Watkins Glen International), and the MineStar/Doncaster #17 Porsche GT3 (Grand-AM).

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