Classic rides lined up outside Rush Elementary Saturday for the third annual Rush Car Show and Fall Festival.
More than 140 people entered their car in the show. Some of the highlights included a Ford GT, a rare Nomad, and an NSX that's out of production.
Chairman Janelle Starnes says it takes months of work, but it's all worth it. "Just lots of really one-of-a-kinds and really unique, nice cars that just don't ever come out. So it's nice to see them out," said Starnes.
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