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Take a Spin in an Antique Car at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
MORRISTOWN, NJ. This is your chance to take a spin in an antique car, and it will be delightfully around Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morris Township. On Saturday, June 22, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., the Oakland-Pontiac Car Club will have over 20 antique Oakland and Pontiac cars on display. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to take a ride in any of the 5 antique cars specially selected for touring and ride around the farm viewing the animals, gardens, barns, and the Gothic Revival mansion, The Willows. While you are at the Fosterfields Farm, be certain to visit the Fosterfields interactive transportation Exhibit and Carriage House where vehicles owned by the Foster family are on display. Meet member of the international car club and they show off their autos and discuss their history.

The Oakland-Pontiac Worldwide region of the Antique Automobile Club of America promotes and supports the education, restoration, and preservation of Oakland and Pontiac Automobiles form its years of conception in 1908 to and including 1958. Oakland cars began production in 1908 and were taken over by General Motors in the mid-1920s. By 1932, the Oakland name disappeared an only the Pontiac name was used.

Admission to the site is $6/adults; $5 seniors (65 and over), $4 children 4 – 16; $2 children (2 & 3), under 2 are FREE. Antique car rides are offered FREE as part of the regular admission to the site.

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Morris County Park Commission, is one of the region’s best park systems in the state of New Jersey, currently protects and maintains 18,600 acres at 38 distinct sites and a year-round calendar of events and activities.