Orphan Car Tour 2018 ( updated 27 Feb 2018)


June 2, 2018 (Saturday): 28th Orphan Car Tour, through Harford & Baltimore counties in Md. An afternoon jaunt on scenic country roads for owners of “orphan” (discontinued-make) antiques, starting in Jarrettsville and ending at Friendly Farms Restaurant in Upperco, with stops at several points of interest along the way. Flyer with full information, and updates: go to www.orphancartour.org and press the "HOT" button.

More info: Jon Battle, (540) 364-1770, tourdirector@orphancartour.org


Maryland's Baltimore and Harford counties will be the setting of the 28th Orphan Car Tour on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Passing through areas such as Hunt Valley, My Lady's Manor and Worthington Valley, the tour's route will meander through villages and past horse farms, estates, and pastures. Drivers will receive printed directions so they can take the tour at their own speed, pausing at the various planned stops along the way. A late-afternoon dinner at Friendly Farms Restaurant in Upperco will cap the day's itinerary. A flyer with full details is available at the Orphan Tour's website, www.orphancartour.org (press the "HOT" button). The website also lists updates to the tour schedule (if applicable) a full description of the tour, and its history. Further information is available from Jon Battle, (540) 364-1770, or tourdirector@orphancartour.org

The Orphan Car Tour is open to all “orphan” (discontinued-make) vehicles at least 25 years old, and is maintained to encourage the driving enjoyment of all antique "orphans" It is sponsored by six local chapters of national “orphan” car clubs: Mid-Atlantic Packards (a region of The Packard Club), the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the H-E-T Club, the Potomac Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club, the Potomac Ramblers (an affiliate of the AMO and AMCRC), the DeSoto Owners Club of Maryland, and the Keystone Region Chapter Inc. of the Studebaker Drivers Club.

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