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Middlesex County Historical Society Antique Car Show


The Middlesex County Historical Society’s 28th annual Antique Car Show and Flea Market is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 6, at Middletown High School, 200 LaRosa Lane.

Car registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; judging starts at 11:30 a.m. with trophies awarded at 2:30 p.m. A fee is charged for admission and car registration.

Although cars registered for judging must be dated 1988 or older, there is no cut-off date for cars being placed in the car corral. In case of rain, the show will be held Sunday, October 13.

A rare 1922 Model “T” Ford, built for the Strong & Hale Lumber Company in Portland, will be featured at the show. Only six cars of this style are known to have been built for various lumberyards in the United States. The car is 12 feet long, weighs 1,700 lbs. and has a cruising speed of 35 mph.

For more information, call (860) 346-0746.



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