Last Saturday, Chris Leith Dodge sponsored the 2014 Wake Forest Charity Car Show. The second of what has become an annual event, the car show invited all owners of classic and antique cars to display their vehicles and raise money for local charities. Some of the groups that benefitted were Wounded Warriors of Wake County, Hospice of Wake County, and the Miracle League of the Triangle.
The show was held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on South White Street in historic downtown Wake Forest. Classic car owners from all over showed off their cars while families that came to the show enjoyed live music, food trucks, and retail vendors. The Chris Leith monster truck made an appearance, and there was a “Take-Apart-T” Model T assembly demonstration. It was a gorgeous day and thousands turned out to enjoy the classics and support a great cause.
Take a look at the gallery for some of our photos, and look on the car show’s Facebook page for even more highlights from the event.