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Rescheduled Classics on the Hill
September 28, 2014$125
Classics on the Hill at Oak Hill Country Club has been rescheduled for Sunday, September 28th.
It all begins Friday night with cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres at Horsepower Motorworks in Fishers. This party will be at a working car restoration shop, and you may have to belly up to a car lift rather than the typical bar. Live music, food and drink with plenty of time to roam among cars stored and undergoing repairs. Meet the car owners who will be hosting the various tour stops on Saturday. Tour stop tickets and directions for Saturday’s tour will be given out at the party. Since most cars will be garaged, the event will take place rain or shine.
Saturday, from 10-4, you’ll drive around to the various garages on the tour. Just some of the car makes available to view include vintage AC Aceca, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Corvette, Ford, Franklin, Hudson, Jaguar, Sunbeam Tiger, woodies, and more. Owners will greet tour goers and answer questions about their cars.
A lunch stop, open from 12-3, will be at one of the garages. This will include hardy grilled foods and ample refreshments.
Finally on Sunday, take in Classics On The Hill. This will be the third annual invitational car show at Oak Hill. Cars will be displayed on the lawn at the Club and food and beverages will be available.
This promises to be a very special weekend to view cars that may not normally be accessible and to meet with their owners. The event is limited to 75 tickets. Price is $125.00 per ticket which includes all three days. To purchase tickets please contact Carolyn Haygood at The Landmark Society, (585) 546-7029 x11, or add to your shopping cart below.
TICKETING UPDATE: Online ticketing has closed. Please contact Carolyn Haygood at 585.546.7029 x11 to order tickets. Tickets will be available for pickup at will call at the Friday evening party. Those not attending the party can pick up tickets at the Saturday will call. Call the above number for details.
Proceeds to benefit The Landmark Society of Western New York. For more information, contact Jerry Ludwig.