More than 50 muscle cars converged on a local car dealership as part of its first Mopar Spring Kick-Off Auto Show Saturday.
The auto show was held at Chrysler Thomas in St. Clairsville where dozens of muscle car owners came to show off their car.
Thomas says they had cars dating all the way back to 1915 up to today including a General Lee Car, 2 Roscoe Police cars, a 1927 Dodge and a 1967 Roadrunner charger.
Owner, Robert Thomas says some owners drove 3 hours away just to be here today for their first auto show.
“A lot of these cars came from here originally,” Sales Manager Mike Klein says. “A lot of these cars we’ve retailed or serviced them. So we are just getting them back together to celebrate their 3.”
Thomas Chrysler is a fourth generation dealership and they hope to have many more car shows like this one in the future.