People from as far as Panama City were rolling through the club showing off their paint jobs, interiors, and rims of their antique cars, the vehicles ranging from 1932 Fords to 2004 Chevrolets.
Automobiles like a 1950 Cadillac and rare Mercury truck were being judged for best interior and paint.
Lori Wilkey said the day allowed her to spend time with her father and show off something they both love.
"I grew up going to car shows. This is my father's car. It was kind of cool for my dad and I to go to the car show and things like that," said Lori Wilkey, a car lover.
Proceeds for the show go to Lee's Grief Loss Center, a non-for-profit organization located in Tallahassee.
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