Car enthusiasts, get revved up for the 2015 Pennsylvania Auto Show. It runs from January 29 through February 1 at the Farm Show Complex.
You can see the latest models of hundreds of vehicles. There will be more than 30 manufacturers showcasing the latest cars, trucks and crossovers.
Car buffs are invited to pop the hoods, check out the engines and quiz the experts on the finer points of torque, horsepower and fuel injectors.
Visitors can compare and purchase pre-owned vehicles right at the Auto Show. There will be more than 250 vehicles on display and the inventory will be rotated daily.
The Powersports Hall returns this year as well, allowing attendees to get hands on with boats, personal watercraft, motorcycles, ATVs and more.
Other features include the Ford Ride and Drive, where people will have a chance to sit behind the wheel and get a real feel for the performance and handling of several new vehicles from Ford.
There will be a display of customs and hot rods.
On Saturday, members from different branches of the military will compete in the stand at attention competition, to see who can stand at attention the longest. Participants will start at 10 am and go until the last one is standing or 8 pm, whichever comes first. All proceeds will go to Active Heroes, a charity that is building a military family retreat to support veterans struggling with PTSD.
There will be a kids entertainment area on Saturday and Sunday, where they can experience an inflatable slide, moonbounce, get their face painted, receive a balloon animal, and play in the laser tag.
Admission is $10 for adults. Kids six and under are free.