There is something so fun about not only looking at amazing vehicles on display at a car show, but when you chat with the owners it makes the experience even better. Which is why I am so excited about another amazing car show that is taking place this weekend on the brick streets of downtown Tyler, Texas. 

A few months ago, I was able to visit the Raceway Muscle Car Club event at Patterson Dodge on the Loop in Tyler. Preparing for the event I figured there might be 50 cars out there and it would be a good time, but to my surprise there were over 200 vehicles on display. It’s amazing to see how many gorgeous vehicles are owned by East Texans and this Saturday, July 9th you’ll have the opportunity to see many of those vehicles. 

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Details on the Hit the Bricks Car Show in Tyler, Texas 

The gates open at 8:00 am and there will be plenty of fun for the whole family with door prizes and a 50/50 raffle going on. Beyond just cars and trucks on display you can expect to see lots of Jeeps, Muscle cars, Rat-Rods, Military vehicles, Motorcycles and many others. 

How Do You Get a Vehicle in the Hit the Bricks Car Show 

If you have a vehicle that you’re proud of that you want to display at the car show you need to show up early and there is a $20 entry fee. If you’re looking for more information you can call 903-253-3213. Here are some photos from that car show I was able to attend just a few months ago. 

Pictures from the Raceway Car Show in Tyler, Texas

Pictures were from the Raceway Car Show at Patterson Dodge on the loop in Tyler, Texas.

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