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Report: 2nd Annual Octane in the Outfield

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by Brian Medford  More from Author

It was a winning day for AutoTrader Classics and the Atlanta Braves!

The parking lot at Turner Field was home to a different team of all-stars thanks to the AutoTrader Classics 2nd Annual Octane in the Outfield car show. The scorching Georgia heat did not deter these gear heads from bringing out their pride and joy for all to see. The pre-game car show was a great way to get fired up for the Braves baseball game later that evening. Cars were placed into classes based on their corresponding AutoTrader Classics magazine publication. The entrants ran the gamut from a pro-touring Coronet to a vintage Ferrari. As a bonus the winners of each car show class along with a few "Braves Picks" took to Turner Field for a lap around the warning track. The baseball fans cheered as two American classics came together, cool cars and hot baseball! Who knows, maybe a few baseball fans picked up a new hobby that day.

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