MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (KSDK) - With weather as nice as this, it's not difficult to imagine putting the top down for an afternoon drive. If the weather stays pleasant for the weekend, you'll be able to find dozens of cars with their tops down in one place.
A classic car show is going on this weekend at Westport Plaza, benefitting the National Children's Cancer Society.
The Wheels in Motion Classic Car Show is Sunday, September 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (rain or shine). Entry to the car show is free to the public. If you want to bring your own vehicle to display, there's a $20 registration fee.
For more information on the event, watch the video player above, in which meteorologist Mike Roberts talks to Lori Millner of the National Children's Cancer Society, and Elliott Cytron, a spokesman for the car show who bought a 1948 Packard convertible in 1990 and spent years restoring the vehicle to its former glory.