Are you craving for some classic cars? Well, brace yourselves as they gather all together in Rockport this June. The northeast classic car owners will display all the collections on a 5-day road tour on Hancock County, Knox and Waldo.
The Maine Tourism Association will be presenting the 2nd Annual Barnstorming Maine dated for June 3-7 and this one promises to give you some glimpses from the classic cars. Brian Redman, a world racing champion, will managing the said event. The owners will be presenting 25 vintage cars which were all made in 1975 on the region.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Maine Tourism Association, Vaughn Stinson, said, “Barnstorming Maine gives classic car owners the chance to experience Maine’s coastal and inland scenery, unique shopping and museums, and amazing cuisine.”
The hotel Samoset Resort in Rockport will be the dwelling place of these vintage cars. The cars will show up something classy on a three-day tour that includes 400 miles of road travel along the Midcoast region. The event will end with an evening trip out of the Rockland including riding on the ferry Monhegan.
Tour destinations will be:
- Cellar Door Winery & Vineyards in Lincolnville
- Andrew Wyeth, a famous painter’s Cushing’s Olsen House
- Owls Head Transportation Museum
- Marshall Point Light and Port Clyde Harbo
- Fisherman’s Friend Restaurant in Stonington
- Winterport Dragway, and the towns of Hope
- Blue Hill
- Deer Isle
So if you are looking for some classic car recollections and would like to do some reminiscing on the vintage cars that took the place before today’s new generation of cars, be part of the event and feed yourself with these oldies but are true goodies.
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