Marking its 20th year, the East Coast Indoor Nationals raised the bar once again by assembling an amazing array of hot rods, customs, muscle cars, resto's, and modified motorcycles all in the name of the Toys for Tots program benefiting children in need. Event promoter David Cohen canvasses the country every season to personally invite attendees to this very special show. The Cow Palace within the Maryland State Fairgrounds acts as the perfect venue to host the event with its old-time atmosphere reminiscent of classic armory shows of simpler days gone by. With the floor filled to capacity (close to 300 vehicles) it was the perfect way to welcome in the month of December. The Marine Reservists from the 4th Combat Engineering Battalion in Parkville, Maryland, were on hand throughout the day helping raise awareness for the cause and to personally thank all visitors who stopped with a pledge. By the close of the weekend, the show had raised $17,500.00 and had received 250 new toys for donation. We couldn't find a better way to end the year if we tried! You can check it all out at www.eastcoastindoornats.com

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