You've probably noticed a lot of classic cars around Quincy this weekend.
That's because Tin Dusters is back in town for its annual event.
The Early Tin Dusters Color Run draws in almost 1,000 classic car aficionados from all over the country for a weekend filled with events.
Organizers say the event is an opportunity for hundreds of people to get together and bond over the love of cars.
"It just gets in your blood. You just like building old cars and most of the guys have more than one. They'll build it from scratch. They'll buy an old '44 or '40 Chevy or whatever. Just a labor of love," said Dennis Milfs.
The event raises money for Camp Callahan, a summer camp for physically and mentally disabled children and adults.