All kinds of rides will be on display from classics to modern vehicles. Visitors can vote for their favorites and enter to win prizes.
There will be plenty of food and live music as well.
The Historic Flight Foundation's aircraft collection will be free Sunday also.
A $5 raffle offers a chance for a ride in the restored B-25D bomber, "Grumpy." Daring visitors can also purchase rides in this World War II flying machine.
The Historic Flight Foundation is at 10719 Bernie Webber Drive, Mukilteo. Call 425-347-1456 or see the website, www.mukilteochamber.org, for more information.
Biplanes and a DC-3 will also be on display Sunday following Historic Flight Day that takes place today at the foundation. See historicflight.org for more about today's events.
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