By CBS3 Staff

NEW HOPE, Pa. (CBS) — The New Hope Automobile Show wrapped up Sunday. There was a big crowd turn out to see vintage and classic cars at New Hope-Solebury High School.

One of the award-winning cars at the show was a Nissan Z class owned by Randy Spaide, of Lansdale.

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He explained what makes his car special.

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“It’s all original, it’s unrestored, 25,000 miles and it’s a beautiful car to drive, it’s got the original freon the R-12 it gets very cold in there. The only thing I’ve replaced was the horses and the battery, the normal things that go with this,” Randy Spaide said.

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Money raised from the show funds local scholarships and programs.