Brothers and sisters! Let the congregation arise!
Hey welcome back! I'm so glad you could make it. As most of you know, I'm a
chopper head and proud of it. Today, we're gonna go up to the annual
Congregation Vintage Motorcycle Show in Charlotte, North Carolina.
So a little bit about camp North End. Very cool building! In 1924, it was built
as a state-of-the-art factory and showroom to show off Henry Ford's new
invention.. the assembly line.. where they built the Model T. In 1941, the US Army
bought the facility as a supply depot because of its numerous railroad
connections. For years, it supplied a lot of the facilities in the southeast. In
1956, it was recommissioned as a project facility where they built things like the
Hercules missile. In 1967, it was decommissioned and sold to be a
warehouse for Eckert pharmacy, which was later purchased by Rite Aid drugs. It
served as a pharmacy warehouse until 2016. In 2017, it was opened back up to the
public and became the home of Prism Supply Co. and the Congregation
Vintage Motorcycle Show.
Fun fact for you.. Camp North End stands for Charlotte Area Munitions Plant.
So.. that was the second annual Congregation Vintage Motorcycle Show.
I hope you enjoyed it. It's just a glimpse. Thanks again to the people at Prism
Supply Company who gave me access so I could bring that to you. It's a great
show and I absolutely recommend it. What I didn't show you in this video were the
number of cars that show up every year. And just to keep the length of this
video down, I'm gonna show those in a part two video that will be following. I
hope you enjoyed this video and I hope to see you again.
Thank you for showing up and joining me for it. I appreciate your time and I will see
you next time. Thanks!