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Car Show/Restore Buffalo @ Central Terminal Saturday

Heading out on the wires right now…

For Immediate Release:

Free Open House Event at the Central Terminal

“Cruise Into the Past” Custom/Classic Car Show

Buffalo, New York – July 17th, 2006: The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation and Lakeside Classic Cruisers are very pleased to announce they will be co-hosting a classic and custom car show on Saturday July 22nd from 2 pm to 6 pm at the Central Terminal on 495 Paderewski Drive in Buffalo.

If you would like to display your custom, classic or special interest car, registration is $10 on the day of the event. If you would like to pre-register, the charge is $8 and you can download and print the form from the following link:


14 Awards of Excellence will be given to the top cars in specific model year categories, as well as several other “best of special awards. A few select cars will be chosen on the day of the show to be displayed in the grand main concourse!

Along with all the beautiful cars to see, there will be food, beverages and entertainment, as well as our 2nd annual “Restore Buffalo – A Celebration of People Effecting Change” open house highlighting 20 or more local non-profit and grass roots organizations who have organized their efforts to restore Buffalo to its rightful prominence.

Come on out, see some great cars, enjoy some food and beverages and talk to some great people who are working to make Buffalo an even greater place to live, work and play!

For more information on the Central Terminal, check our website at:

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  1. I came upon your blog while researching the history of Aquarama online. Grew up in BFLO and miss it terribly. There recently under sad circumstances, but decided it is time to move back, soon. My Dad worked at what we called the Depot and both my sister and myself are big boosters. We would often go to the dispatchers office with him and played in the concourse often. The lady who ran the office was named Ann Badam (spelling?) And, my Dad would say “I’ll be damned, it’s Ann Badam”… Of course this made us laugh and we had to repeat it, often and to her… which we should not have…. I am pleased to see that there is genuine interest and effort made to make this great building viable again. I think it would make great condos and the concourse could be shops and boutiques… I am most anxious to partake in efforts to assist more than just the few dollars I have donated when repatriated. Thank you

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