Car buffs start their engines at Fordham car show

FORDHAM - Car enthusiasts filled Fordham University's parking lot Sunday for the 48th Police Precinct's annual car show.

Antique, custom and classic cars ? including police vehicles ? were on display. Owners paid $15 to enter the contest. They lifted up the hoods so judges could get a peek at engines. Judges also checked out trunks and vehicle bodies.

Motorcycle and truck owners were also allowed to enter their hogs into the contest.

The top three in each class were given trophies.

Proceeds from the event will benefit those in need who live in the 48th Precinct.

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