39th Annual Muddy River Run Car Show

By Emily Dwire
By Rachel Martin

July 27, 2013 Updated Jul 27, 2013 at 7:15 PM EDT

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) – They're not quite trucks, but hundreds of classic cars and hot rods filled the IPFW parking lot Saturday afternoon.

It was all part of the 39th Annual Muddy River Run car show. More than 500 cars were on hand for people to get a close up look. It was an open show so people were invited to bring any kind of car they wanted.

Earlier Saturday afternoon, the group took a cruise through downtown to show off their cars.

“There's pretty much everything out here. There's cars from 1915 to 2013. A lot of the cars these guys built themselves, painted, worked on, so there's something for everybody to see out here,” said Jim Gager, President of the Fort Wayne Street Rod Association.

The event raises money for local charities throughout the city.




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