The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) is celebrating its fourth annual Cars at the Capital exhibition on the National Mall featuring five historically significant automobiles in a glass enclosed display case.
Displayed one at a time each week through April 30, 2018 these automobiles will be commemorated and documented as national heritage under the National Historic Vehicle Register and U.S. Department of the Interior, Historic American Engineering Record (HAER). Photographs, line-drawings and vehicle histories will be archived in the Library of Congress.
The first vehicle to be displayed is the 1985 Modena Design & Development Spyder from the 1980’s film, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and will be located on the The National Mall – Between the National Air and Space Museum and the National Gallery of Art.
The HVA is supported by over 400,000 individual historic vehicle owners, key stakeholders and corporations, as well as individual benefactors. Please visit: historicvehicle.org