FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Those looking for some eye candy this weekend may want to head to the Broward County Convention Center for the 14th Annual Premier Classic Car Show and Auction.READ MORE: Opera Singer, Fashion Designer Radmila Lolly Thrills Miami Heat Fans With Custom-Designed Ball Gowns
Classics on display included the rare 1948 Tucker, worth more than a million dollars.
About 450 cars are on display and they are all heading to the auction block.
There are all kinds of cars including muscle cars, hot rods, European sports cars and classic early model vehicles.READ MORE: Swastikas, Hate Messages Found Scrawled On Bathroom Wall At Davie High School
Another car on display is not just all looks – the 1964 Ford Falcon Futura. Once it’s sold, 100 percent of the proceeds will be going to the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County.
“It’s actually a bit of a resto-mod. It’s got a V-8 engine, of course it’s a convertible. It’s got an automatic transmission so pretty much anyone can drive it. It’s just a great car for South Florida,” said Megan Boyd with Auctions America.
But you don’t have to be in the market to get it. You can just go and gawk at the cool cars.MORE NEWS: South Florida Family Makes Plea To Help Find Son's Suspended Killer
The 14th Annual Premier Classic Car Show and Auction runs Friday through Sunday. Admission is $20 a day or $50 for the weekend.