There'll be no shortage of a 'wow' factor April 26-27 during the Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama presented by Classic Collectors Insurance & zMAX. On display will be a wide range of cars and many more vehicles, some of them rarely seen by the public.

Here is a sampling of vehicles that spectators won't want to miss.

1939 Packard Convertible Coupe

 Once owned by millionare Jock Whitney, this vehicle served as the grand marshal car for the "Gone With The Wind" parade that coincided with the movie's premiere.

Customized 1932 Ford Vicky

The original version of this all-steel vehicle is one of 8,580 Victorias that were produced by Ford in 1932. This car's modifications include at 502ci Chevy block engine.


Restored Version of Richard Petty's 1964 Plymouth

Come see a restored version of the car that Richard Petty won his first Daytona 500 with in 1964! 

1933 Ford Cabriolet

This vehicle helped usher in the era of V8 engines that were produced by Ford, which only produced 7,852 of them in 1933.

 1930 Pierce Arrow Model A

 A car used widely during the era of prohibition, the Pierce Arrow is recognized as one of the most prestigious cars to have been made in America. It even has a small compartment that was used to hide a fifth of liquor.

Numerous Vintage and Exotic Motorcycles

Motorcycle enthusiasts will be treated to an array of two-wheeled wonders ranging from classic versions to modern customized models.