A large collection of rolling automotive history will be cruising around northern Iowa this weekend. The Motor Ioway Tour kicks off in Mason City on Saturday. Tour organizer John Swanson says they’ll have a wide selection of antique cars from all over the Midwest for people to admire. This is the 9th annual fall tour. It includes about 150 cars that are all 25 years old or older. They’re coming from seven states and 80 Iowa communities. The cars will be gathering at the fairgrounds around two P-M for public viewing. Swanson says people who love older cars will not be disappointed. The oldest vehicle on the tour is a 1927 Buick. There are also several Packards and a 1954 Corvette. Swanson says they will depart on Sunday for their tour of Iowa.They will head from Mason City to Spencer, then head south to Ames, over to Cedar Falls after that, then they will make a trip to the Mississippi and stop in Dubuque and a few cities in Wisconsin before ending the tour in Oelwein. For more information, surf to “www.motorioway.com”.