AUBURN, Ind. (WFFT) - Hundreds of classic cars are gathering in northeast Indiana this weekend.
More than 800 cars were parked in the heart of downtown Auburn Friday.
The annual cruse-in is part of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg festival.
Organizers said its exciting for the labor day tradition to continue to grow.
"This has become like a big family tradition. A lot of the same people come back. They like seeing their friends and being able to next to their buddies. We try to bring exciting things down here," said Amber Jackson, ACD Festival executive director.
Saturday the festival continues with the "Parade of Classics" at 1 p.m.
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