Fort Lauderdale auto show opens 25th year – Sun Sentinel

Posted: Friday, March 25, 2016

Here’s how long the Fort Lauderdale International Auto Show has been around:

When the show began 25 years ago, most cars came with AM/FM/cassette radios. Air conditioning was an extra option. Ads mentioned whether a vehicle had power windows. And GPS? What’s that?

Today’s autos are sleeker, safer and more efficient, and more than 500 of them are on display through Sunday at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center.

Judy Davis drove up a couple of hours from Islamorada for the show, which began Thursday. Davis, 62, remembers the cars from 1991.


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