A perfect combination; a classic car show coupled with Food on wheels in the form of Gourmet food trucks. Gourmet food trucks were as much of the event as the classic cars. Over 40 food trucks served hundreds of hungry guests who took part of their Sunday afternoon to enjoy a rather windy Sunday at a car show. Along with cars there were also events and vendors to entice visitors to spend the money they saved on free admission on their wares and services. Along with demonstrations by professional BMX bikers. Many different kinds of cars were featured, from some of the first cars ever made, to some of the most high-tec cars on the market
A guest at a vendor getting a temporary glitter tattoo.
The Masters college Swing band.
Out of service since 1955.
Probably the fanciest and most high-tec thing on wheels at this event.
Brave participants volunteered to let a professional biker jump over them.
By cheering louder the crowd encouraged the bikers to do fancier and higher altitude tricks.
Another brave volunteer who would be jumped over on a bike.