Seminole State’s Automotive Department will host a microcar show on Friday, March 26, at 10:30 a.m. in the CFADA Professional Automotive Training Center showroom on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
At least 12 of these restored, vintage cars will be on display, and microcar owners and enthusiasts will be on hand to provide information about the cars.
Microcars or “bubble cars” are a sort of precursor to today’s smart cars. Created out of necessity following World War II, these tiny cars offered fuel efficiency, getting 50 or more miles per gallon in their heyday.
A diverse selection of microcars will be featured at the show including:
The show at Seminole State is part of MicroSouth, a biannual event showcasing these unique cars. This year’s event runs March 26-28 and is based in the Sanford/Lake Mary area.
The show is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Jason Gaschel at 407.708.2278.