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Wright Museum to host Antique Car Show

World War II vehicles will not be the only iconic transports on display at the Wright Museum of World War II, as the venue will host its annual antique vehicle show on August 18.

The sixth annual Antique Car, Hotrod and Motorcycle Show will “Cruise Into the Wright” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 18. Sponsors for the event are Sunday Paving, Edward Jones, Calico Graphics, and The Wolfeboro Inn.

“As a family oriented institution, the Wright Museum is proud to welcome back the annual Antique Car, Hotrod and Motorcycle Show,” said Michael Culver, executive director of the Wright Museum. “In addition to the World War II exhibits inside the museum, visitors will have the chance to see and learn about some other amazing classic machines while enjoying a great day with their and other families.”

In addition to the classic vehicles on display, the Bel Airs will provide live music of the doo-wop variety. Food also will be available for purchase.

The featured vehicle of the event will be the 1964-73 Mustang and the event will go on as planned, rain or shine.

Space is only available for the first 100 vehicles that are registered, as space is at a premium. To register a vehicle, visit, email Donna Hamill at, or call 603-569-1212. There is a registration fee of $10 for each vehicle. Vehicles must be at least 25 years old to register.