DULUTH - Northland car owners put their best wheel forward for this weekend’s motor show.
At the 45th annual World of Wheels Motorhead Madness, more than 100 cars are on display, and the variety of cars showcased ranged from the uber-expensive to some more affordable -- toy cars.
“There’s a lot of cars here that people have built themselves.
They’ve put in hours and hours and many dollars of work, toil and sweat and done some very nice jobs in terms of paint, bodywork and engine work,” Dale Sohlstorm, chairman of the World of Wheels Motorhead Motorshow, said.
The motorshow is going on all weekend with their doors opening at 10 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.