Classic cars, trucks and motorcycles were all on display at the fundraiser.
A silent auction also helped to raise money.
Proceeds from the car show benefit the North Texas State Hospital's Cemetery Restoration Project.
The money will help build a monument that will be engraved with the names of everyone in the cemetery because many are unmarked.
“We're trying to remember those that were forgotten and we don't want those who are still out there to be forgotten later,” says Ronna Akins with the Volunteer Services Council.
The restoration project is expected to cost a little over $12,000.
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