NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Car
enthusiasts had a blast Sunday. It was the last day of The Hunters Custom Car
Show. Hundreds of custom cars, classic cars, hot rods, and trucks were on
display at the Tennessee State Fair Grounds.
Organizers say all
together there was $10-million worth of cars inside the 12,000 square foot expo
center. Car owners say it's a chance to show off your work, but also connect
with other car lovers.
"For me the payoff is
talking to other people that are trying to build vehicles. They ask questions,
you can help them, and you learn a lot from other people that have vehicles on
how to build things or their ideas. Everybody has their own ideas and you can
learn a lot from it," said car owner Doug Clark.
This was the 37th year for
the car show hosted by Hunter's Custom Automotive.