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Antique Auto Show Returns to Ocean City Saturday

The auto show is at the Tabernacle from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., followed by the parade on the boardwalk.

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A myriad of classic cars invades Ocean City this weekend.

A vast array of Model A and Model T Fords, antique military vehicles and cars of just about every make and model, 25 years or older will make car junkies feel like they are in motorhead heaven.

Over 300 vintage cars will be on display during the city’s 59th annual Antique Auto Show on Saturday, June 21, at the Tabernacle Grounds on 6th and Asbury. The show runs from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and admission is free.

The show is followed by a boardwalk parade from 5th Street to 14th Street.

The event is sponsored by the local chapter of the Antique Automobile Association of America and Ocean City.

The show is directed by David Blyler, who took over the event from his late father, David Blyler, Sr.

The cars are judged and prizes are awarded. Visitors may take photos of the cars but are asked not to touch them without the owner’s permission.

Refreshments are available on site from the Ocean City Rotary Club.

For information, call David Blyler at 609-432-5347.

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