Antique cars will be on display for free at the Central Washington Agricultural Museum

UNION GAP, Wash. — Classic cars spanning a century will be on display this weekend at the Central Washington Agricultural Museum. Better yet, the exhibit featuring hundreds of incredible vehicles will be free of cost for the public.

Lauded as one of the largest and earliest auto exhibitions of the season, The Old Steel Car Show returns on Sunday, April 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the museum in Union Gap.

Event organizers expect up to 300 vehicles to be on display with cars from the early 1900s to modern vehicles on display for the Central Washington community.

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The museum has invited food vendors to station themselves on-site so that visitors can get a bite to eat. there will also be theme baskets and 50/50 raffle drawings. There will also be giveaways from Performance Auto Sound and Cornwell Tools—two sponsors of the event.

In total, 25 trophies will be handed out based on the people’s choice for owners of vehicles registered through the event’s organizers. Though pre-registration is closed, you can register your vehicle on the day of until they reach capacity (A $30 fee will apply).

In addition to the car display, the Central Washington Agricultural Museum is showing off all of its exhibits for public consumption. That includes its blacksmith forge, a vintage sawmill, demos of its old-school apple packing line, and tram rides throughout the museum.

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