This weekend was the 2018 Neil Alan Fine Jewelry Motorfest, one of Idaho's largest outdoor motor shows celebrating its 13-year tradition at the Expo Idaho.
This year, Motorfest helped the charity Boise Rescue Mission Ministries. The ministries serve about 1,000 meals a day, year-round, so attendees who brought three cans of food got a discount off their admission ticket.
Motorfest owner, Neil Wassmuth states, "It's just a great day we got food trucks we got fun, everything is going on it's all different it's not just a car show where you go out to a parking lot and stand around and look at cars you get to see them running you get to see them driving."
The whole day was filled with burnout contests, drag races, food trucks, and special guests, Shea McClellin, former BSU Linebacker, and John D'Agostino, the most decorated custom car builder in the world.
At the end of it all, Boise Rescue Mission Ministries raffled off a fully restored 1955 Chevy Truck with all the proceeds going towards the Patriot Fund which benefits veteran services here in Idaho.