HERMON — Classic Chevys of Maine will sponsor its 20th annual car and truck show benefiting the Ronald McDonald House for children from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Hermon Elementary School.
Last year’s show featured more than 200 vehicles from as far back as 1900. Among those on display were Model Ts, Ford Mustangs, Chevrolet Corvettes, drag cars, street rods, motorcycles and trucks.
More vehicles are anticipated this year, according to Ralph Collins, director of the car club, which raised $500 for the Ronald McDonald House through last year’s show.
A $3 admission fee will be charged for the event, which will also feature all makes of cars and trucks for sale, as well as a swap meet, live entertainment, crafts and food booths.
Trophies, sponsored by area businesses, will be awarded in 22 categories.
Vehicles to be sold or displayed must be on hand before 11 a.m., Collins said.