Pascagoula classic car show
Image: Rknight65 | Panoramio 2011
Hundreds of classic cars and crowds of people enjoyed this year's Show by the Shore event in Pascagoula, Mississippi, this weekend.
Hosted by the Magnolia Classic Cruisers Association for the seventh year in a row, the show was attended by 238 vintage vehicles, most of which were also put under the scrutiny of judges.
This is many more than the 180 cars that were present last year and indicates that this particular show is growing in popularity at a decent rate.
The money made by the show is being donated to a number of good causes, including the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 17 and the Mississippi Gulf Coast Honor Flight, according to GulfLive.com.
One of the most unusual vehicles on display during the show was a Tee Birdie golf cart, built at some point in the 1950s and recently restored by Joe Dale. Mr Dale said that he had thoroughly enjoyed the event and received lots of questions about his vehicle, which he has painted in order to match the classic Ford F100 he also brought along with him.