The 26th annual car show happened on Saturday, and the lot was packed with about 150 vehicles in a variety of makes and models. A few bikers showed off their motorcycles as well.
Chipman and Taylor Chevrolet Owner Fran Amend said it's a way for the business to give back to the community.
"I just want the tradition to keep going," said Amend. "I find it's a lot of fun. The community enjoys it, the people enjoy it, just a good time for people to get together."
Attendees voted for their favorite cars, and some of the owners walked away with trophies. And there were free hot dogs and soda for everyone that showed up.