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CARMEL ARTOMOBILIA! Carmel Artomobilia, presented by Gator Motorsport, is back for 2021 and, as ever, continues to provide a unique experience for automotive enthusiasts from around the Midwest to enjoy an eclectic collection of automobiles nestled in and around the fine galleries, restaurants and retail shops of the Carmel Arts & Design District.


his year you’ll enjoy more than 25 judged classes and 15 enthusiast corrals hosting nearly 500 vehicles ranging from Classic Cars to European Sports Cars to Muscle Cars to Super Cars. In addition, you’ll enjoy our expanded events-within-anevent, including Porsche-Palooza, presented by Tom Wood Porsche, Lotus-Palooza, presented by Gator Motorsport, and BMWPalooza. Here, you’ll see Porsches, Lotuses and BMWs hosted by their respective car clubs. Last but not least, don’t miss the exceptional 2,000 hp all-electric Lotus Evija as it returns to U.S. shores for this special weekend. While our judging teams will evaluate and select “Artomobilia Best in Show,” “Artomobilia Penultimate,” and “Artomobilia Best in Class” winners from the entrants in our judged car classes during our awards ceremony that begins at 3:30 p.m., our primary objective is to simply enjoy and indulge in nearly 100 years of automotive art and design. The Artomobilia represents a labor of love for all those involved. I would like to personally thank the members of the Artomobilia committee, class judges and event volunteers


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who have contributed their time and talent to assemble and present this outstanding collection of cars. Equally, I would like to also thank the many exhibitors that choose to display and share their beautiful cars with us… and no doubt create new car enthusiasts in the process. Building on that, I would like to thank the many sponsors that make this event possible and open to everyone in the community, most notably, our partners at Gator Motorsport, the Carmel Arts & Design District as well as Adobe Road Winery, Barrett-Jackson, Dynamat, Evans May Wealth, Fathouse Performance, Hagerty Insurance, Ferrari Lake Forest, Pristine Auto Spa, Reggie’s Motor Works, Silo Auto Club & Conservancy, Tom Wood Porsche, Unlimited Motors and our print media partner, Carmel Monthly magazine. In addition to the many local automotive product and service organizations that sponsor our classes and corrals, I would encourage you to seek out these organizations and support them, as they are instrumental in assuring ongoing quality and sustainability of our community event. Finally, a special thanks goes to the City of Carmel, the Carmel Arts & Design District and the nearly 100 galleries, designer showrooms, retailer shops, restaurants and business in the district for hosting the Artomobilia. It has provided an unmatched environment for presenting an outstanding collection of cars. I hope you enjoy the 2021 Carmel Artomobilia as much as we do. Enjoy,


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Steven Earnhart, Indianapolis Fred Ennis, Monticello John Falcone, Edwardsville Mark Faris, Newburgh Robert Fike, Spencer Peter Fischer, Fishers Don Fisher, Carmel Eric Frankenberger, Carmel Jeff Franklin, Carmel Benjamin Fuelberth, Carmel Andy Gear, Loveland James Gerard, Franklin Jeff Gilbert, Indianapolis Jon Gillam, Fishers Rudolf Gonzalez, Wheaton Joe Granitto, Indianapolis Sam Grant, Indianapolis Lynn Gray, Westfield Cody Grimm, Berne Jeffrey Grummer, Indianapolis Rajat Gupta, Carmel Rob Gustafson, Henderson Richard Gustafson, Evansville Jeffrey H Westcott, Indianapolis Earl Haas, Carmel Yasser Haider, Noblesville Deanna Hall, Carmel George Halleck, Yorktown Steven Halleck, Indianapolis Dan Hames, Lake Barrington Mike Hannum, Terre Haute James Harenberg, Carmel Conrad Harvey, Crawfordsville James Hatfield, Fishers James Heaney, Indianapolis Joe Hein, Brownsburg Craig Helmreich, Fishers Gregory Hendricks, Carmel Duane Henry, Indianapolis Donald Herzog, Kalamazoo Wayne Hibbs, Fishers Adam Hoffman, Carmel Gary Hoke, Brownsburg Justin Hollingsworth, Carmel John Horner, Crawfordsville Troy Howell, Indianapolis Dennis Huebschman, Carmel Melody Hull, Alexandria Mike Hunley, Fishers Christopher Hutchens, Westfield Danna Hutto, Carmel Christopher Jackson, Indianapolis Tom Jacobson, Carmel Kevin Jarrell, Kokomo Dan Jauch, Cincinnati James Johnson, Carmel Gervais Johnson, San Francisco Pat Jones, Carmel Ronald Jones, Carmel Steven Jones, Indianapolis Michael Jones, Carmel John Joyce, Carmel Jeffrey Joyce, Carmel Michael Keith, Plainfield Shawn Kelly, La Porte Scott Kirk, Carmel Patrick Kiser, Indianapolis Michael Kish, Carmel Eric Knight, Brownsburg Matt Knowles, Carmel Jim Koss, Westfield John Kozyrski, Fishers Lisa Krebs, Anderson Mark Kubancik, Louisville Brandon Lane, Hamilton

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COLLECTOR CLASSES FEATURES For 2021, Artomobilia will be celebrating the performance and design of Lotus automobiles on the roadways and raceways, in Indianapolis and around the world.



Our 2021 featured marque will feature a comprehensive retrospective on Lotus, complete with the most icon, classic and cutting-edge Lotus motor cars.

SPECIALTY CLASSES The following Specialty Classes showcase a unique collection of interesting cars and owners.


ALL YEARS This collection of iconic cars and trucks draws interest from their classic styling roots while integrating amazing advancements in automobile technology over the past 40+ years to enhance the performance, comfort and safety of these vehicles.


EMERITUS This class features exclusively past year’s “Artomobilia First in Class” or “Artomobilia Best in Show” winners across all makes, models and years. Cars will be presented in the appropriate class, but will be designated as Emeritus, and not judged. Cars that have won, deemed as Emeritus, cannot win for a period of three (3) consecutive years. For example, a car winning in 2015 could not again win the same class until 2019.

NEXT GENERATION This class features a cross-section of cars, all years, makes and models, which are owned by individuals 18 years or younger. Join the next generation of young car collectors, as we provide a forum for them to present their “First in Class” candidates.

AMERICAN CAR: 1925 – 1954 This class features original or restored, period-correct American convertible, coupe, or sedan models produced from 1925 – 1954. Perhaps not your father’s Oldsmobile, but then again, maybe, this is the era when America’s cars of yesterday began to physically resemble cars of today.




THEN & NOW This class features original, period-correct models, both its past model alongside its present model. From Beetles to Challengers to Camaros, compare and contrast the heritage of the same marque over many years, and the modern designers “take” on an iconic shape.



CARROLL SHELBY FORD CARS This class features original, period-correct Ford cars built by and/ or influenced by Carroll Shelby from the 50’s to the present day. Adopting Carroll’s no nonsense approach, these automotive icons will demonstrate how matching goodlooks with superior power make for a winning combination every time.


The following Traditional Classes highlight a broad cross-section of automotive design.


ANTIQUE: PRE-1924 This class features original and/or restored period-correct models, including Ford Model A, Ford Model T, and Brass-era cars. Representing the genesis of the automotive hobby, and the foundation for today’s familiar cars, this ancient iron, sets the stage for more technologically advanced mass-produced machines to come.


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AMERICAN CAR: 1955 – 1973 This class features original or restored, period-correct American convertible, coupe, or sedan models produced from 1955 – 1973. Fins, wide white-walls and increasingly chrome galore, these are the cars that spawned the Baby Boomer generation sometimes from the confines of their cavernous backseats.


AMERICAN SPORTS CARS: 1948 – 1959 This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1948 –1959.Including examples like the original Chevy Corvette and Ford T-bird, these are examples of a post-war generation of coupes long on performance and cool design.


AMERICAN SPORTS CARS: 1960 – 1973 This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1960 –1973. Up until the OPEC gasoline crisis spoiled the party, American car-makers continued to roll out successive versions of fun, performance focused cars.


AMERICAN SPORTS CARS: 1974 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct American sports car models produced from 1974 – Present. Despite whatever the fluctuating economic and cultural mood of the day, Americans have never lost their appetite for personal performance cars. These are the torch-bearers and survivors.


CLASSIC CARS: 1925 – 1948 This class includes “closed top” and “open top” original or restored, period-correct fine or unusual motor cars which were produced from 1925 – 1948. These unbridled cars prominently featured in films from Hollywood’s “Golden Age” come to life and provide a glimpse into the automotive lifestyle of a by-gone era.


EUROPEAN CAR: 1925 – 1973 This class features original or restored, period-correct European convertible, coupe, or sedan car models produced from 1925 – 1973. Although many believe America has traditionally led the automotive way, this distinct group of convertibles, coupes and sedans deliver a slightly different “take” on American automotive sensibilities of the period with brands like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volvo, Volkswagen, Saab, Citroen, Peugeot, Alfa-Romeo, Fiat, Lancia and many more.


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EUROPEAN CAR: 1974 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct European convertible, coupe, or sedan car models produced from 1974 – Present. Current generation Euro stars complete with style, quality and a foreign accent.


EUROPEAN SPORTS CAR: 1925 – 1960 This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1925 –1960. Generally smaller and incredibly nimble machines, often outmatched by their heavier and more muscular American counterparts on the streets and in racecourses across Europe.


EUROPEAN SPORTS CAR: 1961 – 1973 This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1961 –1973. Cars in this class represent a unique time in automotive history when brave men drifted cars with high power, and low grip through the narrow streets of Europe and into the hearts of an adoring public.


EUROPEAN SPORTS CAR: 1974 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct European sports car models produced from 1974 – Present. The last three decades has produced an unmatched variety of performance cars that have generated a unique driving experience and common love for the sportscar.


EXOTIC: 1974 – 1995 This class features original or restored, period-correct, low-production or rare sports car models produced from 1974 – Present. Revel in the cars that are more frequently seen on adolescent boy’s walls than on local streets and relive the excitement of distinct exotic shapes and sounds.


GRAND TOURING: 1974 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct, grand touring 2-door coupe models produced from 1974 – Present. Perfectly aligned with international sports car racing classes, these beauties are fast and fine.


MUSCLE & PONY: 1964 – 1974 This class features original or restored, period-correct, muscle car or pony car models produced from 1964 – 1974. In the Beginning there was the Mustang…. Followed by the Camaro, Cougar, ‘Cuda, AMX-Javelin, Challenger and Trans-Am Medium-size cars with increasingly bigger engines made stars by the likes of Steve McQueen and Burt Reynolds.


SUPER CARS: 1974 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct, high-performance sports car models produced from 1974 – Present. This class features the unicorns of the automotive industry combining high-performance and high style; a combination, incidentally, that works every time it’s tried.


VINTAGE HOT RODS: 1940 – 1960 This class features original or restored, period-correct, traditional hot rods initially customized/built from 1940 – 1960. So-Cal Speed Shop, and its West Coast brethren, redefined the performance, look and lifestyle, and defined an era of speed obsessed automotive enthusiast.


MUSCLE & PONY: 1975 – PRESENT This class features original or restored, period-correct, muscle car or pony car models produced from 1975 – Present. Weathering economic and environmental storms, the survivors within this decidedly American class, now wildly reimagined and remain thriving still.


NON-MUSCLE: 1962 – 1974 This class features original or restored, period-correct, non-muscle car produced from 1962 – 1974. These models served as the economic underpinnings for “Muscle Car” era with low-horsepower six-cylinder or eight-cylinder engines, with 2- or 4-barrel carburetors, and regularly delivered many a “family man” to and from the office.


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