Twice every year, Spring (4th weekend in March) & Fall (Thanksgiving weekend).
Over 5000 collector cars on display in the eastern section of the infield of the Daytona International Speedway.No classes or awards, just a lot of FUN!
Looking for that special collector car?I t's probably for sale in our Car Corral. Over 1500 cars on display and ready for sale or trade.
Collector car parts and memorabilia as far as the eye can see. If you own a collector car this is the place. The part you need is available here.
Handmade crafts and fashion items for everyone.Roam the aisles and find that special gift that can't be found elsewhere.
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TURKEY RUN IS A TRADEMARK OWNED BY DAYTONA TURKEY RUN, INC. DBA Daytona Beach Street Rods, A Florida Non-Profit Corporation
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The Daytona Turkey Run is co-sponsored by:
Car Show operations
Meet the people that bring you this event
Director of Marketing & Public Relations
Senior Event Coordinator
Artisan Alley & Food Coordinator
Operations Manager Daytona Beach Car Shows
Founder of the Turkey Run & The Daytona Beach Street Rods
President of the Daytona Beach Street Rods
The Turkey Run is the largest combined Collector Car Show, Swap Meet and Car Corral in the USA.
Car enthusiasts from across the US and internationally make their way twice a year to racing's most celebrated location, the Daytona International Speedway.
Started in 1974. The event is held on Thanksgiving weekend and the last weekend in March.
Participants and spectators enjoy more than 6000 vintage, classic, muscle cars, trucks and other wheeled vehicles displayed for show and sale.
The show also includes over 2500 swap meet spaces, an Artisan Alley, Live Entertainment and many types of food.
In it's history, more than $7 million of profits from the Turkey Run have funded charitable organizations as well as many local programs, projects & recreational facilities.
The Turkey Run was created in 1974 by Stu Sarjeant. Stu and his five year old son Jim had attempted to enter their 1923 Ford T-Bucket in the 1973 Ormond Beach AACA Gaslight Parade sponsored by the local Jaycees. They were ejected and denied entry as Hot Rods were not permitted. Jim starting crying and asked his Dad if they could have their “own parade” next Thanksgiving. The following year the very first Turkey Run was born. In 1975 Sarjeant along with friends Rick Finzer and Olin Hopes founded the Daytona Beach Street Rods.
The first Turkey Run hosted 45 cars and was held at the Howard Johnson hotel near Belair Plaza. Continuing to grow, the show moved to Seabreeze High School in 1982 and added a swap meet. By 1987 The Turkey Run had grown to more than 900 cars and relocated to a property at the Daytona Beach airport. In 1989 the Daytona Beach Street Rods partnered with the Daytona Beach Racing and Recreational Facilities District (Daytona Beach Car Shows) and found a permanent home in the infield of the Daytona International Speedway. By this time, the show had grown to over 1,500 show quality cars and 250 swap meet vendors.
Today, the Turkey Run boasts over 5000 show cars 1200 cars for sale in the Car Corral and over 1,500 swap meet vendors, making it the largest combined classic car show and swap meet in the United States
Ever wonder how the Turkey Run was started?
ANN & RICK
EMMET & JOLEE
JAY & OLIN
JOYCE, AL & PETE
DAVE & STINKY