Last week we posted about the awesome Radwood car show that is centered on 80s and 90s cars. Now, the totally rad Radwood show is extending its reach as an all new exhibit has been added to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, according to a recent report.
80s And 90s Radwood Exhibit Lands In Cleveland
“Radwood car shows for 1980s and 1990s cars have been sweeping across the nation, filling everyone’s hearts and souls with the joy that only square body stampings, cassette players, and burgundy interiors can provide. Now the phenomenon will reach one of America’s finest car museums,” according to Jalopnik.
If folks were unable to attend the West Coast event, the exhibit allows East Coasters and some Mid-Westerners to take the trip for some awesome 80s and 90s nostalgia. Car culture has transcended every decade with technological advancements leading the way. The exhibit offers a look back at what some of the offerings were at two of the greatest decades thus far.
“This new exhibition will feature 80s and 90s era cars from the Western Reserve Historical Society’s Crawford Collection as well as vehicles from private collectors,” according to the museum.
“Each vignette will be complemented with examples of lifestyle and fashion of the era. Highlights will include the first production DeLorean, originally owned by Cleveland native Charles DeLorean (brother to John Z. DeLorean), and a 1982 PPG Pace Car used in the inaugural Cleveland Grand Prix.”
To learn more about the display and what to expect from the exhibit, click here.