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ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Quite a crowd gathered outside the Albany Mall Saturday. Dozens of people from across Southwest Georgia drove in to show off their custom rides.

The Artisan City Car club held its 37th annual classic car show. People from Georgia, Alabama and Florida showed up for the event that showed off more than 30 classes of cars.

The club raises money for charities and the influx of visitors also provides an economic boost to Albany's economy.

"I would hope so because folks are going to eat while they're here," said Chairman, Chuck Morton. "Our sponsors have been generous here and it's really thrilled me."

Local businesses donated money and trophies for today's event.

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