The 2017 Miami International Auto Show was postponed, then canceled due to Hurricane Irma. Friday its organizers said this year’s show will not be rescheduled.
The 2017 Miami International Auto Show was postponed, then canceled due to Hurricane Irma. Friday its organizers said this year’s show will not be rescheduled. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald file photo 2015
The 2017 Miami International Auto Show was postponed, then canceled due to Hurricane Irma. Friday its organizers said this year’s show will not be rescheduled. MARSHA HALPER Miami Herald file photo 2015

For the first time, the Miami auto show is canceled. Blame it on Irma

September 15, 2017 09:01 PM

UPDATED September 15, 2017 09:17 PM

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