CLEVELAND - 20 vintage police cars from around the country will be on display Saturday at the Cleveland Police Museum in downtown Cleveland.
The museum, at Ontario and St. Clair on the police side of the Justice Center, will offer the free display from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The oldest car expected at the Saturday show is from 1929.
The cars will be shown on the plaza outside the museum and a collection of photos of vintage police cars will be set up among the memorabilia in side the museum.
This is the second year vintage cars will be shown, organizers would like to make this an annual event.
Friday evening a few of the cars could be seen outside the West Side Market while a welcome dinner was held at the West Side Market Cafe.
A classic bright green 1978 Cleveland police car was parked on Lorain Avenue, while a 1970 Highway Patrol and a Utah Highway Patrol car were parked behind the Market.
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