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Renaissance shopping center has a Euro-look this weekend

About 30 cars took a drive through Madison County promoting the show Friday About 30 cars took a drive through Madison County promoting the show Friday
There are more than 100 cars on display free and open to the public from 10 a.m. To 6 p.m. There are more than 100 cars on display free and open to the public from 10 a.m. To 6 p.m.
"The GTO is in the million dollar range, and the record car is basically what they next guy is willing to pay "The GTO is in the million dollar range, and the record car is basically what they next guy is willing to pay
You just get in it and drive. You just get in it and drive.
RIDGELAND, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

If you like European cars, both old and new, you will want to go to the Renaissance shopping center in Ridgeland Saturday. It's the fifth annual Renaissance Euro Fest Auto and Motorcycle Show.

There are more than 100 cars on display free and open to the public from 10 a.m. To 6 p.m. It includes the best known and most sought after classic cars and motorcycles.  

About 30 cars took a drive through Madison County promoting the show Friday; out to Lake Caroline and up to Canton.  

Exhibitor and organizer mike marsh explained what it is all about.

"We have got more cars entered into it this year than we have every had before," said Exhibitor and organizer Mike Marsh. "And we have got more new cars. Perhaps another market is coming to Mississippi.

We rode with Jorge Menes of New Orleans in his 2013 three wheel Morgan British car.

This is a car with no frills," said Menes. "You just get in it and drive. It's one of the most exciting things, you just get in and go."

Wade Williams of Ferrari Maserati of Atlanta talked with us about the most expensive car there.  

"The GTO is in the million dollar range, and the record car is basically what they next guy is willing to pay," said Williams.>

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