65th Old Car Festival takes place at Greenfield Village in suburban Detroit

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DEARBORN, Michigan — The annual Old Car Festival is taking place at Greenfield Village in suburban Detroit.

The two-day event starting Saturday in Dearborn is in its 65th year and is billed as America's longest-running antique car show. More than 900 vehicles from the 1890s through 1932 will be on hand, including gas, steam and electric-powered automobiles and motorcycles.

The Henry Ford will be highlighting cars that were dedicated to luxury in a special display on the Village Green in Greenfield Village.

Vehicle owners will be on hand to discuss their cars. Driving contests are planned and there will be a presentation on early roadside camping.

Greenfield Village is part of The Henry Ford, a history attraction that includes Henry Ford Museum. Details of the event are posted online.



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