Classic and vintage cars from as far back as the Roaring 20s will be rumbling toward central Iowa today from across the Midwest. Scott Brunscheen, spokesman for the Salisbury House Foundation, says this is the third annual Salisbury Automobile Classic.Brunscheen says one of those classic cars has an Iowa tie.The Deusenberg brothers were originally from Iowa and built their first car in downtown Des Moines. Brunscheen expects several dozen vintage vehicles and hundreds of spectators.The show is today only at the Salisbury House in Des Moines, a 1920s-era 42-room mansion in Des Moines. It’s a museum for many rare artifacts, tapestries, furniture and paintings. For more information, surf to “www.salisburyhouse.org” or call (515) 274-1777.
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