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The Daytona Turkey Rod Run is a massive car event held in the field of Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida, twice a year—in spring, during the 4th weekend of March, and in fall, during Thanksgiving weekend in November. Over 5,000 collector cars will be on display in the eastern section of the infield. It's a real holiday for the fans of collectors and unique cars. The show's admission ticket price is $15/day. Show hours are: Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm. On Sunday the show lasts until 2 pm.
If you are an owner of a car manufactured prior to 1980 or if you have Mustangs, Corvettes, Camaros, Chargers, Challengers, Prowlers, Vipers, SSR's, Fiero's and exotic cars, you can take part in a car corral and swap meet. Over 1,500 cars are on display and ready to be sold during the trade time as well as collector car parts and memorabilia.
Daytona Turkey Run first started in 1974, showcasing vintage, classic, muscle cars, trucks and other vehicles displayed for show and sale. The show now features over 2500 swap meet spaces, an Artisan Alley, Live Entertainment and lots of delicious snacks. About $7 million of profits from the Turkey Run have funded local charities and programs.