The Daytona Turkey Run is the largest combined Car Show & Swap Meet in the USA. Car enthusiasts from across the US and internationally make their way to racing’s most celebrated location, the Daytona International Speedway. Started in 1974 and held every Thanksgiving Weekend and the last weekend in March, attendees enjoy more than 6,000 vintage, classic, muscle cars, race cars and trucks for show and sale.
The show also includes more than 2,500 swap meet spaces, Artisan Alley, food and entertainment. In its history, more than $7 million of profits from the Daytona Turkey Run have funded charitable organizations as well as many local programs, projects and recreational facilities.
Combining an incredible collection of show quality cars with a world-class swap meet and auto auction, Spring’s signature event just got a whole lot bigger. Come admire thousands of cars, buy or sell a car, browse the swap meet and experience a show like no other.
JOIN US FOR A LAP AROUND THE SPEEDWAY FOR ALL REGISTERED SHOW CARS!
Please don’t forget… while The Turkey Run Car Show (sponsored by the Daytona Beach Street Rods) is the largest of many events held at the speedway on Thanksgiving weekend. The Car Corral, Swap Meet, Food Vending & Crafts (sponsored by the Daytona Beach Racing & Recreational Facilities District) require separate registration. If you see a late model car in the Speedway that’s not allowed in the Car Show, chances are it belongs to the Car Corral, Swap Meet, Crafts Show or a Food Vendor. The Daytona Beach Street Rods does it’s best to keep “grocery getters” from participating in the Car Show. When you present your car at the show entry gates, the gate crew will determine your eligibility. If you have pre-registered a car that is not eligible for admission, the gate personnel will refund your entry fee at that time. So, don’t bring your Grandma’s Toyota and pre-register it as a ’32 Ford. You will be denied admission at the gate.
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