Have you ever wanted to be a part of something BIG? Imagine having a good time and suddenly before you realize it, you’re in the middle of enjoying a great time! Your opportunity is coming up next Friday, August 21st and Saturday, August 22nd when WKTV produces “DreamWheels” live from the parking lot of the old Klingmans building. Be a part of the live television audience as rare and classic cars roll down a hundred foot glamorous red carpet.
Here’s a sample of the automobile eye-candy you’ll see:
This 1984 Aston Martin Lagonda was extensively customized by former owner Evel Knievel in 1990. Now owned by Bill Papke of Ada, Knievel used the car to travel the country doing promotions after he retired from his motorcycle and rocket jumping career.
Hand built in England, only 684 Aston Martin Lagondas were produced from 1983 thru the late 1980’s. During the telecast of “DreamWheels!” you’ll learn about the changes Knievel put into the car and why.
Also from Bill Papke’s collection, the 2007 Zoragy concept car. A small company of designers and engineers called Zoragy Concepts built this concept car in Serbia to promote their car styling company. The Zoragy is based on Camaro Z 28 mechanical components.
See these cars and many more during WKTV’s live production of “DreamWheels!” It all takes place outside in the old Klingman’s parking lot across from Rogers Plaza. The show goes live on Friday, August 21 from 8 to 10 p.m. and again with new cars on Saturday, August 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. There will be a crosswalk between Rogers Plaza and the old Klingman’s for easy access. Best of all – admission is free!