MENASHA, Wis. - The wheels of summer are already spinning across northeast Wisconsin, and it's bringing out some hot rods for a good cause.
The parking lot at Menasha High School has never looked this good.
"I get to learn about a lot of different cars and see a lot of new cars," says Menasha High School Junior, Mercedez Kuse.
Cars of all shapes and sizes have been polished and perfected by expert owners, like Jay Olenski.
"I have a 1962 Corvair Spider Convertible here," says Olenski, auto-shop teacher at Menasha High.
The 10th Annual Menasha High School Car Show draws people in from all over the region.
"I like a lot of trucks, like the one right there. That one's pretty nice, I like loud trucks," says Kuse.
And students with a love of Motorsports get more than just a show.
"All the money raised today will go to the Auto Club and then there's an after school program called Super Milage and they compete for fuel milage in the state of Wisconsin," says Olenski.
Revving your engines for higher education.
There are several other car shows taking place throughout the viewing area this weekend.
Friday car shows:
The Menasha High School Car Show runs until two PM.
Saturday car shows:
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