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Outside of the greater Detroit area, automobile production concentrated in several areas: Buffalo, New York; Auburn, Indiana; Kenosha, Wisconsin. Perhaps none of those areas, however, can lay claim to as many automobile companies as the greater Cleveland area, a metropolis known for its industrial strength. Honoring all the various Cleveland-built cars thus falls naturally to the Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles, which takes place every year in nearby Canton, Ohio.
Such Cleveland-built cars as the Peerless, White, Winton, Stearns-Knight, Chandler and Jordan will be on display September 17-19 at the Glenmoor Gathering, which this year will also feature the cars of Giotto Bizzarini, Duesenbergs and Italian superbikes. Aside from the concours and countryside tour, the weekend’s events will also include an auction by Classic Motorcar Auctions on the grounds of the Glenmoor Country Club and a panel discussion chaired by Keith Martin on various topics related to the direction of the classic car marketplace.
Tickets for the Glenmoor Gathering are $20, though children under the age of 12 are admitted free.