WILLIAMSBURG -- If you love antique cars, you need to be in Williamsburg on Sunday.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Colony Auto Enthusiasts will host the 6th Annual Williamsburg Invitational Car Show in Merchants Square. Organizers say special attention is being given to a collection of 14 Chrysler products that includes a 1935 Imperial Airflow, a 1941 Plymouth, a 1956 DeSoto, a 1964 Baracuda, a 1970 Superbird and more.
The collection of cars dating from 1927 to 2013 will be joined by a special display of one of Colonial Williamsburg’s 18th Century working carriages surrounded by a grouping of pick-up trucks dating from 1927 to 1957. A second special display will pay tribute to the 50th Anniversary of Mustang.
This annual event is sponsored by the Colony Auto Enthusiasts and benefits RIDES, which provides non-emergency medical transportation for 55+ and the disabled in Williamsburg, James City Co., and the Bruton district of York County.
The show is free.