The Oklahoma City International Auto Show started at 11 a.m. on Thursday at the Oklahoma State Fair Park.
The show goes on until Sunday at 9 p.m. and is in five different buildings at the fairgrounds: Centennial building, Cox Pavilion, Modern Living building, Oklahoma Expo Hall, and the Travel and Transportation building.
Tickets for children ages six and under are free, children seven to 12-years-old are $3 a piece and adult tickets are $7.
Visit the News9.com Coolest Car Contest winner, David Vezina from Yukon. His 2002 Chyrsler Prowler is on display inside the Modern Living building.