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The "5th Annual Park in the Park", antique car show  returns to Avondale Park this weekend.  Car enthusiasts of all ages are invited to enjoy a free showcase of more than 200 antique and customized cars from regional car clubs in the southeast. The Forest Park South Avondale Business Association and REV Birmingham will hold the event in Avondale Park on Saturday July 19th from 8am to 3pm.  There will be music, DJ Larry Huff will be playing tunes from the 50's and 60's all day long, and food will be available from Silvertron Cafe.
 
Car owners can register on the day of show for $20 and will receive a complementary swag bag and a car plaque. The first 100 cars will also receive a t-shirt. Trophies for different categories including Best of Show and Best Engine will be awarded at 2pm. Judging starts at 12pm. Additional door prizes will be awarded during the day.

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