Day two of the Early Tin Dusters took over Washington Park in Quincy Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds of street rods lined the square spotlighting their modern features.
The day also offered shopping opportunities around the Historic Quincy Business District with a Go for the Gold competition.
The funds from all of this weekend's events go toward Camp Callahan, a camp for children with disabilities.
Among the thousands of people in the crowd this weekend is Al Kell, who's attended the Tin Dusters event in Quincy every year for more than a decade.
"It's a neat bunch of people.They like what's going on. They're positive, and it's one of the last free shows that's around. And all the money goes to a good cause," Kell said.
Last year, the Tin Dusters Color Run raised more than $10,000 for Camp Callahan, adding to an overall total of $142,000 since 1990.
Sunday, you can take part in a poker run beginning at the Holiday Inn in Quincy and stroll through Buick Boulevard in Moorman Park.