Classic car enthusiasts should be able to browse to their heart's content Sunday at Monroe County Community College.
That's the day of the college's annual Antiques and Autos show on the main campus, 1555 S. Raisinville Rd.
And there's something new for the visitors - a craft show.
The auto show used to be limited to vintage vehicles, "but last year it was expanded to showcase a wide spectrum of automobiles from many different eras, including the present," said Tom Ryder, MCCC events and fitness activities coordinator.
He's hoping to see muscle cars and low riders among the classic vehicles.
MCCC staff will judge the vehicles and besides first place, awards will include a runner-up and third-place winner for each category. Categories are President's Choice, Trustee's Choice, Faculty Choice, Students' Choice and The Foundation's Choice.