People in Bozeman stepped into history on Sunday, in a car showcase that raised money for the future.
Main Street in Downtown Bozeman shut down, and engines started up as folks admired over 250 suped-up vehicles- from hot rods, to motorcycles, to modern marvels.
Cruisin' on Main included live music, food and nostalgic fun. Cars won trophies for "Best in Show" and "People's Choice."
The event raises money and awareness for the Cancer Support Community, a nonprofit that provides free programs to those impacted by cancer.
"Sometimes people think of depressing events when you think of cancer" said CSC's Executive Director Becky Franks. "What we know is that people who are cancer survivors- or those of us who love cancer survivors- love to love life. And out here today at the car show, we're loving life. We're revving up some cars... and so it's just a great celebration of that."
This was the 12th Cruisin' on Main, and the second to benefit the Cancer Support Community.