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2012 Indy Auto Show at the Indiana Convention Center Downtown: End-of-the-Year Glitz

The 2012 Indy Auto Show will soon present its 98th Annual Edition, at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. This is the place to be in Indianapolis, perhaps in all of Indiana, if you’re thinking about buying a new car soon, or even dreaming about it.

Now one of the largest facilities of its kind in the United States, the Indiana Convention Center offers the perfect kind of space and glitz for a high-end extravaganza such as this one. See the best of the best that the automobile industry has to offer for 2012, all in one convenient location.

FREE 2012 Indy Auto Show tickets! If you want 2 FREE tickets, just go to the Tom O’Brien Greenwood FB Page & tell us what your dream car is. Easy!

Limited to the first 20 entries, while supplies last. Must pick up tickets by noon on Sat. Winners have to post a pic of themselves at the game on the Tom O’Brien Greenwood Facebook page! That’s the only catch!

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The DriveSRT team arrived in Indianapolis this week with the Thunder of 2,350 horses.  What impressed me, or surprised me, the most was these five 470 Horsepower beast were driven, not trucked to this event.  That says everything you need to know about the daily driver nature of these vehicles. SRT stands for Street and Racing Technology, this group has not lost sight of the fact that they aren’t building just track cars.

The DriveSRT team is currently involved in the SRT High Performance Tour.  They are traveling around the country piloting some amazing vehicles.  This past Monday, Tom O’Brien Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, on 96th Street, was lucky enough to be their exclusive stop in central Indiana.  The SRT Club was invited, and through out the night had a good showing.  A short, but exhilarating Acceleration/Braking track was setup, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and Chrysler 300 SRT8 were put through their paces.  Visitors had the opportunity to experience the 470 HP/470 LB-FT of torque first hand.

The Drive SRT team has continued on, leaving us in awe of their dust.  Links to follow their journey are at the end of this post.

The DriveSRT team setting up

The 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 and the 2012 Dodge Challenger 392 SRT8 at rest

Cleaning up one of the Chargers, the only downside to driving between shows. I imagine it's worth it.

Follow the team on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/driveSRT

Follow the team on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/driveSRT

To see more photos from this event, click here to visit our photo album.

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