ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) - On Wednesday The "Muscle on Main" car and bike show took over part of Ludington Street in Escanaba for the last time this summer.
It's been going strong for 3 years now and tonight organizers say they may have had their best turnout ever with 45 cars and 18 motorcycles taking part.
The event is held four times a year starting in June and features music, food, raffles and a chance to check out some classic cruisers.
It's put together by Garceau Insurance, Cat-man-do's and Positively with the proceeds always going to a good cause.
Michelle Oxford work with Garceau Insurance and is one of the event's founders.
"Every month we do a different charity. We're actually asking for suggestions this month to see if there are other charities that we haven't done yet. So we kind of mix them up. This one is for Toys for Tots. so all the money from the bucket raffles, the silent auction and Cat actually donates all of his food sales to the organization too so all that money will go to Toys for Tots."
Organizers tonight said they plan to bring the event back next summer, in 2019.