From souped up trucks to antique cars to a giant military Hummer to the Chester County Swat Vehicle -- the fourth annual East Whiteland Fire Company car show will display just about every kind of automobile there is.
Fire-police officer Jim Skymba said he expects the car show, which will be on the 100 block of Lancaster Avenue on Oct. 7, to draw quite the crowd.
"There were 273 cars last year," he said. "At one point in time we actually shut down one lane of Route 30 so people could walk [and] at one point in time all you could see is people."
Skymba said there's space for 300 cars at the show and folks can register for $7 at Penn Liberty Bank before Friday or $10 day-of.
In addition to the car show, there'll be food for sale by Dixie Picnic and Jimmy's BBQ as well as a video game trailer that'll cost $1 for 10 minutes of play.
There'll also be giveaways, performances by Build-A-Band and other fun.
All proceeds from the event will be split between the East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Company and the Chester County Heroes Fund.
Admission to the car show is free. The show has ample parking for attendees and will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 7.