While he had the youngest car there, Wayne Murray has the longest history with his ride.
"My father bought it new in 1963," he said of the Chevelle. "I was taught to drive in this car and passed my test in it. My dad gave it to me in 1987."
"I've had it about 18 years," he said. "I did the restoration myself. It's pretty much all original."
Jack Benedict showed up in his 1957 Ford, one of the first cars made with a retractable hardtop rather than a soft convertible top.
"They made a little over 40,000 of them between 1957 and 1959," he said. "I've had it since 1992."
He and a friend spent three and a half years restoring his Ford, Benedict said.
"The only thing I didn't do was the upholstery. I brought in an expert for that," he said.
While most members own and show collectible cars, the cruise is not limited to any specific age of vehicle.
"We have a couple of members who don't have antique cars and the show is open to anyone who wants to exhibit his or her vehicle," Parke said.
The Lancaster County Cruiser members support the Solanco Food Bank.
"That's where a good portion of our proceeds go," Parke said.
The club is also accepting donations of non-perishable food items the day of the show.
The show will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 7, at Willow Street Fireman's Field, 2901 Willow Street Pike, Willow Street.
Advance registration is $12 per vehicle and will be accepted through June 29. To register in advance, send a $12 check per vehicle to Edward Caskey, 631 S. Locust St., Elizabethtown PA 17022. Checks should be made payable to Lancaster County Cruisers.
Registration will be $15 the day of the show.
"It will be rain or shine," Parke said.
The first 150 entries will receive dash plaques.
The event will include three prizes of $300, $200, and $100. A DJ will play music from the 1950s and 1960s. Food will be available for purchase.
"And there will be a lot of good door prizes," Carol Farmer said.