Troy Historic Village hosted its 9th Annual Troy Traffic Jam car show this past Sunday, August 7th at the Columbia Center located in the Big Beaver corridor to a record 2,800 attendees that enjoyed the more than 280 vintage, performance, and specialty vehicles on display. The star of the show was an ultra-rare Tucker 48 (recently found in a barn in Ohio) that made its car show debut at the Troy Traffic Jam and caught the attention of Road & Track Magazine which picked up a live stream of an interview with the car’s owner Mark Lieberman of Bloomfield Hills, MI. It streamed on Road & Track’s Facebook page and was later added to their website, with over 14,000 views to-date (Click here to view Road & Track’s website).
The event was made possible by major sponsors Kirco/Columbia Center, Kelly Services, The Suburban Collection, and the City of Troy. Next year will be the 10th Anniversary of the Troy Traffic Jam car show.
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