Car lovers will be heading to the Loretto State Historic Site in Cazenovia, for the European Motor Club of Central New York’s annual EuroCar event.
It’s Sunday, June 16th from to . The event will include European-manufactured cars, motorcycles, and trucks from pre-War to present day.
“I like the European cars because there’s a wide variety of them. Every company has their own thing and their own way of building the car,” says Tony Visciglio, Jr. from the club.
This Father’s Day tradition celebrates the beauty, uniqueness, and power of numerous European cars.
Mike Mastracco, owner of a 1968 Triumph TR250, says “driving through the curvy roads and the hills, taking the corners at speed, the sound of the motor, and the sound of the exhaust” is what he loves about the car.
A variety of different car brands will be present at the event including MG, Triumph, VW, Porsche, Jaguar, Fiat, Volvo, Mercedes, and more. There will be food, music, and related vendors. Admission to the show is free.
A free 20-minute guided garden tour will also be available at the formal garden gate at highlighting the history of the Lorenzo.
Club members will also be raising money to support Ovarian Cancer awareness and research.