Crowds to cruise in for auto show at Mohegan Sun

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Mohegan — Event contractor Paragon was making final preparations Thursday for the Connecticut International Auto Show at the Mohegan Sun Expo Center.

The event, which ran in Hartford for many years, debuts at the Sun this weekend, opening Friday morning and running through Sunday afternoon. Active duty military and veterans get in free all weekend in honor of Veterans Day.

Over 100 of the latest models from 30 manufacturers will be on display, including a variety of electric vehicles, motorcycles and exotic cars.

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