Dozens of cars were displayed in front of the Maimonides Breast Cancer Center in Brooklyn as part of a fundraiser.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The first time event brought car owners, sponsors and the community out to a car show block party.
The center is named for Gilbert Rivera, a prominent Brooklyn business owner who died of cancer.
His son, Gilbert Rivera Jr., organized the show.
"I have a passion for cars, and I thought this would be the only way for me to give back and try to raise some money, by doing it with something that means a lot to me," he said.
"Brooklyn has a huge breast cancer problem, with over 2,000 women a year get breast cancer. So today, we're here to celebrate their survivorship."
The event raised $10,000 dollars for the cancer center.