'Great Race' car rally stopping in Myrtle Beach Friday

File image of classic cars at the 25th Annual Run to the Sun Car Show in Myrtle Beach in March of 2013.

The Hemmings Motor News 'Great Race' classic car event will be making a stop in Myrtle Beach Friday.

The Great Race is an old car rally that spans more than 2,000 miles each year. More than 100 pre-1972 vehicles are competing for a chance at $150,000 in prize money, according to a news release.

The rally will be stopping at Broadway at the Beach Friday at 11:30 a.m. before continuing on to the next East Coast city, which is Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, according to the website for the Great Race.

Spectators will have a chance to see some easily recognizable cars like the "General Lee" from the television show the Dukes of Hazzard, and a real-life recreation of "Doc Hudson" from the Pixar movie "Cars," the release said.

For more information on the Great Race visit their website at