The organizers of Meguiar’s Detroit Autorama have announced the 2021 event will be pushed back to April 30 through May 2. Last year’s event took place in February, but with the looming uncertainty of COVID-19, the upcoming show was rescheduled. Despite the difficulties of today’s scheduling, the show is expecting more than 800 hot rods on both floors of the TCF Center in downtown Detroit. “Recognizing the realities of the pandemic and its danger, we worked hard with TCF to find a date that would be a safe time to hold Autorama and allow custom car enthusiasts and builders to celebrate their passion,” Peter Toundas, the president and owner of Championship Auto Shows Inc., said in a statement. “We believe this new date gives time to see the benefits of the new vaccines and to provide a more secure environment for the show.” Details for the popular custom car show are still being worked out, but you can get the latest information here.