10 can't-miss cars at Field of Wheels 2015

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Check out a small sample of cars making their way to Newsday's Field of Wheels 2015. For more information on this year's show, click here. Follow Newsday Live Events on Facebook to get the latest info about community events.

1974 Jensen Interceptor

This 1974 Jensen Interceptor owned by Jan Witkowski
(Credit: Jan Witkowski)

This 1974 Jensen Interceptor owned by Jan Witkowski of Huntington is a British classic and one of 6,500 built between 1966 and 1976. According to Witkowski, it is possibly one of 200 in the U.S. It features Italian design by Carrozzeria Touring, an American Chrysler V8 440-cubic-inch engine, and was built by Jensen in West Bromwich, England.

1964 Ford Mustang

This 1964 Mustang is owned by Howard Itkin
(Credit: Howard Itkin)

This 1964 Mustang is owned by Howard Itkin of Bellmore. The car has been restored to all original factory condition and is an extremely limited edition D-code. The car has a 289 engine and rides on original 14-inch wheels.

1972 DeTomaso Pantera GTS

Andrew Dippold of Massapequa Park will be bringing
(Credit: Andrew Dippold)

Andrew Dippold of Massapequa Park will be bringing his red and black restored 1972 De Tomaso Pantera GTS to this year's Field of Wheels.

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1960 Chevrolet Impala

This 1960 Chevrolet Impala, owned by John Santulli
(Credit: John Santulli)

This 1960 Chevrolet Impala, owned by John Santulli of North Bellmore, is chromed out and ready for Field of Wheels 2015.

1929 Ford Model A pickup

This 1929 Ford Model A pickup is owned
(Credit: Joseph Martin)

This 1929 Ford Model A pickup is owned by Joseph Martin of West Babylon, a club member of the Model A Ford Club of Long Island. The car is a restored original with custom bedrails and trunk.

1962 Ghia L6.4

Sherry Siben's 1962 Ghia L6.4 will make an
(Credit: Sherry Siben)

Sherry Siben's 1962 Ghia L6.4 will make an appearance at the 2015 Field of Wheels. The car is one of 25 made and was previously owned by Lucille Ball, according to Siben.

1937 Chrysler Imperial C-15 LeBaron Town Car

Howard Kroplick of East Hills will be showing
(Credit: Howard Kroplick)

Howard Kroplick of East Hills will be showing off his 1937 Chrysler Imperial C-15 LeBaron Town Car at this year's Field of Wheels. The car is a custom seven-passenger limousine created by LeBaron for Walter P. Chrysler as a gift for his wife.

1929 REO Victoria

This 1929 REO Victoria owned by Bill Murray
(Credit: Bill Murray)

This 1929 REO Victoria owned by Bill Murray of Farmingdale is completely restored, including the wooden wheels, and has 1929 license plates.

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1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coup

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe owned by
(Credit: Frank Fauci)

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe owned by Frank Fauci of Massapequa is a pro street car with nitro and parachute ready for racing.

1936 Auburn Boattail

This 1936 Auburn Boattail owned by Ralph Scancarelli
(Credit: Ralph Scancarelli )

This 1936 Auburn Boattail owned by Ralph Scancarelli of Northport has impeccable white paint to match the replica custom interior.

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