The event started with a car show and registration at 10 a.m. and lasted until 3 p.m. The first 50 cars who registered received dash plaques, but additional plaques were awarded to the 1st place winners of each class.
In addition to the show, there were raffles, vendors, and free prizes.
"I am from this area and our whole family is down for anything that will help support our community," Nancy Windham, a local vendor said.
Some of the featured class of vehicles include mini trucks, import, domestics, muscle cars, rat rods, choppers, cruiser, and sport bikes, just to name a few.
All of the money from the registrations will go toward Meals on Wheels.