Potowamut is the place to be this Sunday as Goddard Park hosts the sixteenth annual Autos of the World show. You will not find a larger or more eclectic gathering of antique, exotic, and beautiful driving machines than you will at the park this weekend. If you’ve experienced this car show in the past you’ll definitely want to stop in this year—as this is the Autos of the World’s swan song. The promoters of this show have promised to pull out every stop imaginable for the final ride, including Packards, Falcons, and Duesenbergs. The show will also be honoring sixteen years of celebrating vintage cars by charging the vintage admission price of $5—the same price charged in 1999! For the first time ever the show is also taking requests. Should you fancy a certain favorite flavor of vehicle make sure to give them a call and ask them to provide one for Sunday.
In keeping with the theme of cars, the RIHI Remote Team will be on site talking up our Protec windows. How do our replacement windows fit within the car show theme, you ask? One of our customers’ favorite characteristics of the Protec window system centers on the noise reduction. We’ve found that especially with our friends who live on main roads, our Protec replacement windows greatly silence the sound pollution traffic can produce. Between the solid core composite construction and the triple pane ClimaGaurd glass system, our windows cut the cacophony Camaros and Challengers tend to induce while drag racing up and down your main throughway. Don’t let your living room sound like you’re constantly watching a Too Fast Too Furious marathon. Replace your windows with Protec by RIHI!
If we don’t see you at the Autos of the World show this Sunday you can call us at 401-739-1001. We’ll be ready to schedule an appointment to show you how to keep the Tokyo Drift racket outside where it belongs.