A 1958 Pegaso Z-103 won the Best in Show award.
More than 200 collectible cars, motorcycles, race cars and even antique fire trucks were on display at the first annual Alden Sherman Classic held earlier this fall at Weston High School.
Hundreds of spectators and car collectors came out to celebrate the icons of automotive history, from pre-war to present day.
At right, Alden Sherman, for whom the car show was named, and Jo Shields at the event, which drew hundreds of people and raised more than $16,000 for the Weston Senior Center.
The benefit car show raised nearly $16,000 for the Weston Senior Activities Center.
It was co-hosted by the center and the Friends of the Weston Senior Activities Center.
A row of beautiful classic cars were among the more than 200 on display at Weston High School for the first Alden Sherman Classic car show.
Bill King of Redding brought his 1934 Packard 12 Phaeton to the Alden Sherman Classic Car Show to benefit the Weston Senior Activities Center.