SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The annual Syracuse Motorama wrapped up at the New York State Fairgrounds Sunday.
It was held in the Center of Progress Building. It featured custom-built cars, along with classic cars, hot rods, muscle cars, motorcycles, and more.
Organizers made sure there was something for everyone, even cars you wouldn't expect to see.
"People are like this is the most outrageous car I have ever seen in my life and it is. Even though it was built nine years ago, it's still over the top outrageous. And that's really what they wanted, and it's something very different, so we allow people to sit the car and experience the car and have a little fun with it. And we love to see the people’s faces. It's so funny," said custom car owner Lisa Monpere-Cruz.
Motorama ran for two days and also featured live music.