A classic car and truck auction is expected to draw nearly 5,000 people to the South Dakota town of Wakonda.
The 15th annual Classic Car and Truck Auction on Saturday is a six-block, whole-town summer celebration of chrome and horsepower.
The growing event features more than $2 million in classic cars - some fetching as much as $92,000. Organizers say many people come to guess bids or to see rare autos.
Auctioneer Ken Girard says it's one of the largest car shows in the country and everything is for sale.
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