There’s nothing like Indian summer weather to bring out car buffs. Fortunately, Saturday, Oct. 2 was such a day.  For the fifth year, Potential’s Car Show for Autism drew an impressive response from auto owners and the community. It raised $13,500—a new record for the show. Proceeds support Potential’s efforts to end the wait list for quality autism services in our region.

The show, which took place at Bucks County Community College, offered the chance to view more than 120 automobiles of varying years, makes, and models. Awards were given for Top 25, People’s Choice, President’s Choice and Best in Show. Guests also enjoyed a range of family friendly activities including music and performances, and the chance to view fire engines and other novelty vehicles up close.

Potential’s Car Show for Autism was sponsored by Whitetails Unlimited, The Tarpey Group, Provident Bank-Newtown, Makefield Auto, Prestige Home Care Agency, Rob’s Towing, Mammoth Military Surplus, Cabin Communications, and Keller Williams Real Estate-Diane Loomis Team.

Visit our Facebook Gallery for photos from the day’s events.

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