Byron Karr has a passion for fixing up cars for all types of different shows.
"I try to make it every year. This is just a great event, and we've got a lot of cars here today, and it's one of my favorite shows," said Byron Karr.
This year he proudly shows off his 1928 Rat Rod.
"The people come by and say, 'Wow', that is awesome, which makes it worthwhile" said Karr.
This particular car show began 13 years ago, and has grown tremendously throughout the years.
"Last year we had 143 entries total. So far this year, right now, we have 140 cars and 73 motorcycles," said Linda Lewis.
"It's a wonderful benefit to our veterans here at the facility, and it's a wonderful bonding moment for those veterans that have been here, that have served our country, and served our veterans, and be a part of that group," said Alex Willford.
Car owner Rick Masten has made an appearance fore eight years in a row, and one special car has been right there with him.
"I own an original car, a 1936, and the main reason I did, the first year I cam out there were two old gentlemen looking in my car and it brought back a bunch of old memories," said Rick Masten.
For Byron Karr, there is nothing like hearing people's appreciation for all of the hard work.
"It's so awesome, it just makes you feel so good that people appreciate what you build and your imagination and how far you can take it. People just love it," said Karr.
Byron is already hard at work on his next project, which he is keeping a secret until it is finished.