Spectators from across the Ohio Valley got to spend their Labor Day taking a step back in time at the annual Dan Dague Memorial District 29-L Lions Club Car and Bike Show.
The car and bike show filled the parking lots of the Highlands throughout Labor Day.
More than 500 classic cars, including one almost 100 years old, turned out for the event.
Everyone was able to enjoy the nice weather and check out these one-of-a-kind classics.
There was also a show filled with fun things to do like music, a live auction, and a 50/50 raffle and many basket prizes.
7News spoke with some of the attendees. Glenn owns a 1970 VW Beetle and brought his car to show everyone. “It’s rusty. It’s cute and funny. People like to laugh at it. It brings a lot of people out.”
Some of the spectators came for specific models. Jerry says, “I like the 55 Chevys, the old Model A coupes, stuff like that.” Hank says, “I’ve always been a Chevy guy.”
Jim was excited to come out to the car show with his brother even though it was on the warm side. “It’s a little hot but it’s worth it.”
All the money raised went towards the West Virginia Lions Sight Conservation Foundation.