A pair of Soviet-era automobiles. Photo courtesy of the Soviet Car Museum

Soviet car show in Federal Way Aug. 19-21

The largest Soviet car show in the U.S. is coming to Saghalie Middle School and Saghalie Park (19th Ave. SW) Aug. 19-21.

The largest Soviet car show in the U.S. is coming to Saghalie Middle School and Saghalie Park (19th Ave. SW) Aug. 19-21.

The show, hosted by the Issaquah-based Soviet Car Museum, boasts more than 20 all-original and unique Soviet cars. Food, drinks and kids’ entertainment will also be available.

For information, visit www.facebook.com/sovietcar or call 253-334-2222.

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