For the third straight year, muscle car owners and race car drivers came together for a car show. 

It was held at Elderwood Village with locals welcomed into a parking lot to see the various vehicles on display.

While the event was entirely free, raffles were held to raise money to pay for the nursing home's expenses with over a thousand dollars being raised over the past two years. 

Beyond the charity aspect, organizers also hope today's event gets a younger generation interested in cars.

"Younger generations anymore, if you notice, they just want to sit around and play video games and whatever," said promoter Joseph Zedanovich. "And this we like to we'd like to get them in here to have something to look forward to as they get older. And they might want to race one day."

Plans are already in place to expand the show next year, with several owners already confirming their return.