TOMAHAWK - Thousands of people came out Sunday to see the Main Street Memories Car Show in Tomahawk.
People from as far as Minnesota came to see about 300 cars.
Tomahawk Main Street Inc. hosted the show, which has been going on for 21 years. Adults and kids came out to see many different cars, the oldest being a 101-year-old 1914 Model T Ford.
Cars ranged in color and style.
"This is a 1937 three quarter truck, military vehicle," said American Legion Post Commander Lowell Liberty. "It holds the capacity of two guys in the front, and six, or an infantry squad in the back."
Kids could also enjoy a petting zoo and games throughout the afternoon. Car owners hope more people come and enjoy the show next year.
"This is I think our 12th year of attending this show, and there's always such a great variety of cars," said 1960 Chevy El Camino owner Ron Mundt. "All the car owners are very friendly, everybody's friendly, and I think it's a good thing for the Tomahawk business climate."
Awards were given out later in the afternoon. The show is put on every Memorial Day weekend.