An amazing assortment of 1,000 vintage collector cars spread out over 80-plus acres will be exhibited at the LeMay Car Show this weekend.
An assortment of dolls, antiques, and nostalgic memorabilia will also be showcased within special themed rooms, presented by the LeMay Museum.
More than 600 vehicles from the LeMay collection will be on display at Marymount Academy on Saturday.
This is a once-a-year chance to see this world-class collection.
Each year a special vehicle is selected as the feature car of this annual event. This year, it's a 1937 Chrysler Airflow.
Over 300 vehicles from the LeMay collection are housed at the existing Museum located on the historic grounds of Marymount Academy.
Once a year, the LeMay family opens their home grounds to the public and offers the opportunity to see over 300 more collector cars within their private garages.
The LeMay's renowned collection stretches across the decades. Featured cars will include a 1906 Ford Model N, a 1912 Standard Electric Open Tourer, a 1931 Ford Model A A400, and 1948 Daimler DE36 Hooper Drop Head Coupe, a 1958 Pontiac Bonneville Custom and a 1982 Delorean DMC 12, among many others.
For just $25, collectors are invited to register online and enter their cars into the Collector Car Showcase.
The 12 judged classes will include Stock Antique Cars through 1931, Stock Vintage Chevrolets 1932-1954 and Stock Domestic Collector Cars 1932-1954, among many others.
The event will begin on Saturday August 29, 9am-5pm.