Almost 10 years ago, a couple of my friends and I started going to this car show in the dells. Since then, we have made it our annual pilgrimage to celebrate spring and to eat/drink/yell at cars. I am putting an open invite to everyone to experience this AWESOME weekend. Here's some details. Who: From around here, Jesse, Brian, Myself and Mike B. (sorry, I forgot everyone's screen names). There are a couple of people we no from Wisconsin. Also a bunch of my friends from Chicago. ANY car is welcome. None of my Chicago buddies drive Subaru's. Although they are always interested. What: Classic car show held at Noah's Arc. We usually set up shop on the strip. You will see all sorts of cars. Ricers, Subaru's, exotics, bro trucks, classics, donks, lowriders. Its similar to the Woodward Dream Cruise, just it takes place in "Hillbilly Vegas" Where: Wisconsin Dells. We usually get a block of rooms at one of the Mt Olympus properties. Reason for staying at one of their properties is because you get free access to their theme park. This includes rollercoasters and go-karts. When: Friday 5/16- Sunday 5/18. We usually take Friday off and leave Friday morning and take our time cruising down. Tentative timeline of events: Show up Friday around noon, hit the pool, watch the cars roll in, dinner, etc. Friday night, ?????. We never know what really will happen, usually involves loads of shenanigans. Saturday morning, wake up and go to breakfast. Go out for a "spirited" drive through the Wisconsin countryside. Drive back to the hotel, hit the pool, take a nap, bbq, then reconvene with our lawn chairs on the strip. Saturday night again, who knows what will happen. Last year there was bewbs, a button, cops yelling, and drag racing (not us), and Jeff Gordon. (yes, THAT Jeff Gordon) Its really hard to put into words, but it is a cheap, car filled weekend. Car enthusiasts ALWAYS love this trip. Post up, lets see who is interested. We'll post hotel details, meet spots to go down there and any other questions anyone might have. Hope to see some of you there! Here is a video from 2010. Just look up "AutoMotion" on youtube, you'll get more of an idea of what its all about.