ROUZERVILLE, Pa. -- An eclectic mix of cars, trucks and motorcycles representative of nine decades was on display Sunday during a show hosted by Cumberland Valley Rod and Custom Club Inc.
Club President Bob Ridenour said a portion of the proceeds will be donated for improvements at Red Run Park, which has held the show for each of its 22 years.
"A lot of the money goes back in the park," Ridenour said.
Sunday's show was the biggest, with 338 vehicles registered, Ridenour said.
"They started rolling in here at 7 this morning," he said.
One registrant traveled 189 miles for the show. The selection featured almost every make and year since 1920, so it was common to find a lineup with a 1991 Chevrolet pickup truck nestled between a 1988 Ford Mustang and 1957 Chevrolet 150.
Allen Rhodes and Gerri Horton brought Rhodes' 1973 Buick Apollo from outside Baltimore. It was their first time at the show.