TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – The Wabash Valley Mustang Club hosted its yearly charity car show over the weekend.
Dozens of vintage rides made their way to Collett Park to showcase themselves.
“I expect 150 this year,” said Jacqui Warren, President of Wabash Valley Mustang Club. “We have people coming as far as Kentucky, Ohio and southern Illinois.”
The proceeds will go towards the Pride of South marching band and color guard. Warren says she thrilled to be able to support them.
“Especially with all the cuts that are going on today in education, we are raising money so they can continue to play their music and put on shows and perform for people,” said Warren.
Bill Eyre participated in the car for the second year in a row. Eyre says that cars are special to him, but being part a charitable cause is a big reason why he comes out.
“Most of the car shows that are put on, are put on for charities, kids and food banks,” said Eyre. “The car people are good people.”