Revs Institute “Hoods Up Exhibition” Offers A Rare Glimpse Under The Hood Of 35 Legendary Automobiles In Naples, Fl (June 17 – July 18)
June 18, 2022 @ 10:00 am - July 19, 2022 @ 4:00 pm
Naples, Fla. – Revs Institute is doing something very special for three weeks only. It is removing the hoods of 35 historic and exceptional automobiles to reveal the engines that power them. Miles Collier’s Collections are featured in the Hoods Up exhibition.
The popular and much-loved annual Hoods Up exhibition returns to Revs Institute from June 18 – July 9, 2022.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for guests to witness the masterful engineering of historic automobiles. Some of the engines on display have not been seen by the general public in decades.
New for 2022, Revs Institute’s followers on Instagram and Facebook will be able to vote for a People’s Choice car to be included in the exhibition; a photo scavenger hunt will challenge guests to search for obscure features among the Hoods Up cars, and a photo contest will showcase artistic snapshots of visitors’ favorite cars.
ACCORDING TO THE WEBSITE Located in Naples, Florida, the Miles Collier Collections of more than one hundred fine automobiles, housed at the Revs Institute, in its own words, is “a curated assemblage of the most profound and rare automotive resources and innovations of our time, professionally preserved and authentically restored to their original building standards.” Source:https://www.collierautomedia.com/high-revs
The above 1908 Mors Grand Prix Car is powered by an in-line 12.5-liter four-cylinder engine that kicks out about 100bhp. The Mors race cars were often owned by the sportsmen’s elite, such as Charles Stewart Rolls and William K. Vanderbilt Jr. The 1908 Mors was among many to race in the French Grand Prix.
#1 – The Revs Institute & Car Museum was recognized by Tripadvisor as the number 1 of 116 “Things to Do” in Naples, Florida.
Guests will be welcomed by the collection’s much-lauded docents and volunteers, who will be available to discuss these remarkable engines and answer questions.
This year’s selections include:
• Influential sports cars
• Legendary racing machines
• Uniquely engineered automotive creations
• Over 120 years of innovation
Visitors can see the engines of automobiles built at the dawn of the motor age, including an 1896 Panhard et Levassor Wagonette, the oldest motor car on display at the Revs Institute, a rare 1901 Benz Dos-a-Dos; and a 1908 Mors Type Grand Prix.
The “Hoods Up” exhibit also includes a variety of racing cars from the 20th century. Look under the hood of a 1948 Ferrari 166 Spider Corsa, the first racing Ferrari imported to the United States. Explore other standout racing cars, such as the 1963 Corvette Grand Sport, the 1962 Jaguar E-Type, and a pair of Ford GT40s.
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ABOUT THE REVS INSTITUTE
Revs Institute is more than just a car museum; it is a place to look at society from a different perspective. It is a formal invitation to a working educational institution devoted to the study, preservation, conservation, and restoration of historically significant automobiles. Investigate the extensive historical materials and images that define the automobile’s role in society and sport. Revs Institute transports you to another world.
THE REVS INSTITUTE & CAR MUSEUM
2500 Horseshoe Drive S.
Naples, FL 34104 USA
TICKETS & ADMISSION
- Adult: $20.00 (Buy Tickets)
- Military and students: $15.00
- Children are FREE
DATES ND TIMES
The Revs Institute is open on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
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