Vintage rides take car enthusiasts back in time

The LoneStar Round Up is in its 17th year,  It's a vintage hotrod and custom car show that attracts thousands of classic car enthusiast from all over.

Many of them driving their cars all the way across the country.

The classic car show brought people of every age together to appreciate classic cars.

The event started back in 2002 and continues to grow each year.

Families and car owners enjoyed the vendors and the opportunity to take a look inside more than 2,000 different cars.

Classic car owner Tony Duran said you might not see these models on the roads anymore, but that doesn't mean people around the globe don't appreciate them.

"These cars that are out here are built from scratch homemade or traditional from back in the day and you can't just pick up a credit card and call a 1-800 number to build them.  We've talked to people from Australia, and yesterday Chinese, Japanese, you have people from all over the world," said Duran. 

Saturday is the final day of the Lonestar Round Up event at the Travis County Expo Center, but there are more events planned for car enthusiasts on Sunday.