- The Washington Times - Wednesday, August 31, 2005


Antique cars whose beauty will take your breath away will be on display Sunday at the 17th annual Out of the Past Revue.

The show, featuring some of the most spectacular and unusual antique automobiles in the D.C. area, is free and open to the public.

Any of the 900 antique automobiles that have been featured in Vern Parker’s Out of the Past column since 1988 will be eligible to be on display at the invitational event.

Out of the Past appears every Friday in AutoWeekend in The Washington Times.

The antique car show at the Spring Hill Recreation Center in McLean is scheduled rain or shine from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with music provided by radio station Smooth Jazz 105.9.

Refreshments will be available, or spectators can pack a picnic lunch to enjoy while viewing some of the most fabulous antique cars in the metropolitan area.

To get to the Spring Hill Recreation Center, take the Capital Beltway exit onto Leesburg Pike (Tysons Corner). Exit Route 7 by turning right onto International Drive and pass in front of Tysons II shopping mall. After a few blocks, International Drive becomes Spring Hill Road. Continue under the Dulles Access Road. Spring Hill Recreation Center is straight ahead at the intersection with Lewinsville Road.

Spectators are encouraged to cast ballots for their favorite car for the “People’s Choice” award. Trophies will be presented at the conclusion of the show.

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