Dale's Weston Lanes is looking a lot like a blast from the past, all for the annual Weston Car & Motorcycle Show with close to 150 antique cars on display.
People came to see old cars that were fixed up to look brand new. Some cars even dating back to the 1930s. James Leiterman is a member of the Central Wisconsin Road Knights, a group that volunteers to help sort and park the cars.
Leiterman's love for cars stared at an early age, and after buying his Camaro he decided to fix it up and show it off.
Leiterman said he started showing his car four years ago, "It's a 1978 Camaro, type LT. I've had it four years and... just been making it better."
The president of the Road Knights Club, Bill Hussong, said this year's turn out wasn't the best. He thinks it's because of the bad weather they were supposed to have.
"They're calling for storms this afternoon, and a lot of the people that bring their cars out, their classic cars, are very scared about the weather," said Hussong.
Each car was judged by spectators, with 20 show classes and a prize for best in show. Hussong said most of the money raised at the event goes to charity.