Automobiles built before 1950 will be showcased on Saturday, June 29, at an antique auto show, "Classics and Clunkers," presented at Gallant Farm Preserve by Preservation Parks of Delaware County. Owners of classic cars in any condition are invited to participate.

Automobiles built before 1950 will be showcased on Saturday, June 29, at an antique auto show, "Classics and Clunkers," presented at Gallant Farm Preserve by Preservation Parks of Delaware County. Owners of classic cars in any condition are invited to participate.

The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2150 Buttermilk Hill Road in Delaware. Participants can register their cars from 9 to 11 a.m. that day. Registration is $10; the first 50 cars to be registered will receive dash plates.

Admission to the show, which will also feature music and concessions, is free.

Four cars will receive trophies: the best classics and the best clunkers, as decided by the car owners and the visiting public, who can vote on their favorites.

Sue Hagan, marketing and communications manager at Preservation Parks, said in a news release that cars don't have to be in perfect shape to be displayed at the show.

"This is not intended to be a dead-serious car show," Hagan was quoted as saying. "We just want everyone to come out, have fun and remember the past through these great vintage automobiles."

For more information, contact Saundra McBrearty at 740-524-8600, extension 6.