TBM Avenger: The Stars of History will be performing at OHTM flying with TBM Avenger “She’s The Boss.”

OWLS HEAD — Classic cars, WWII Warbirds, including the Commemorative Air Force Redtail Squadron’s P-51 “Tuskegee Airmen,” A6M2 Zero “Last Samurai” and TBM Avenger “She’s The Boss,” as well as aerobatic performer Paul Dougherty Airshows with “Christen Eagle” will headline the museum’s event of the season, The Wings & Wheels Spectacular, Aug. 7 and Aug. 8.

Known as “The Rally,” the first Wings & Wheels Spectacular took place in 1975. With more than a dozen rare, restored and replica aircraft in our collection, the museum is thrilled to include antique aircraft demonstrations as part of this event.

Vintage car rides and educational interactives ensure that there is plenty of fun for the whole family at this event.

Gates open at 10 a.m.; exhibitor gates open at 9 a.m., both Saturday and Sunday. The show will go on rain or shine, and a variety of indoor demonstrations will be rolled out in the event of inclement weather.

All pre-2001 vehicles are welcome to exhibit free of charge. Exhibitors and one guest get in free. Auto clubs wishing to arrange parking in the exhibition area are encouraged to call ahead. The airshow will begin around 1:30 p.m. both days of the show. Guests are encouraged to arrive by noon.

Antique aeroplanes from the Museum’s collection will be demonstrated in the morning prior to the start of the aerobatic airshow. All flying is weather permitting.

The Hungry Pilot Café will serve food and beverages for purchase from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. throughout both days. Outdoor seating is available.

Weather permitting, a limited number of rides in the museum’s vintage biplanes will be available for purchase. The cost is $150 for non-members/$100 members. Passengers must be at least 18 years old. Passenger weight is restricted to a maximum of 300 lbs.

Vehicles will be exhibited on the Museum’s Runway 17, and the museum will be open so visitors can tour the collection and exhibits.

Admission for this event is $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, free of charge for youth (17 and under) and retired/active duty military personnel (Uniformed Services ID required).

Tickets to the 1956 Thunderbird Sweepstakes and the 2009 Jeep Wrangler 4×4 raffle will be available at the front desk and online at owlshead.org. All proceeds will benefit museum programs. Participants must be 18 years of age or older.

The Owls Head Transportation Museum is at 117 Museum St. in Owls Head. The Museum is open seven days a week, year round. For more information, contact Owls Head Transportation Museum Event and NEAA Director Toby Stinson at 594-4418.