For longtime visitors of the World of Wheels in Boston, Massachusetts, it was always an icy cold treat when the show came to town in the dead of winter. With the recent sale of the venue that hosted the event for countless years, a decision was made to revisit one of its original exhibition halls to try and bring back a bit of nostalgia while also moving the show to the first weekend of April. The transition to the Seaport World Trade Center (formerly known as the Commonwealth Pier Exhibition Hall) was well executed and seamless, bringing close to 200 of the areas most scorching hot rods, customs, muscle cars, and motorcycles to town combined with top-notch vendors to produce a show that looked like it had been hosted there for decades. Weekend visitors were treated to countless new rides making their debut's including Steve Pierce's Quad Rod '32 Ford coupe and Wilson & Steely Kustom Coachworks' dramatic '29 Ford roadster exuding plenty of early '60's style. Walking through the event was the perfect time to catch up with old friends and talk about plans for the upcoming rodding season while checking out new innovative products from the GM Performance Division and other cool vendors. Special exhibits including Drag City USA left a scent of race fuel in the air, while special feature cars like Downtown Brown, Scythe, and 6-Pack kept the crowds buzzing. One of the focal points at any World of Wheels event are the personal appearance by numerous celebrities and this year there were deep lines to meet Capt. Johnathan Hillstrand from TV's Deadliest Catch, Danielle from TV's American Pickers, Disney's Zendaya Coleman, and New England Patriot Ron Gronkowski. Any way you cut it, the event was a blast. You can check it all out at www.autorama.com