FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) -- The 15th annual Brits in The Ozarks car show brought out vintage cars and vintage car owners to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville on Saturday (Sept. 10).
Brits in The Ozarks is a British car show that benefits the ALS Association of Northwest Arkansas to help the fight against Lou Gehrig's disease. British cars ranging from classic Jaguars to MG's, Austin-Healeys to Morgans were seen at the show.
William and Judi Boyles from Dallas, Texas show off one of their three Morgans at car shows all over the country. The Boyles said this show in Fayetteville is one of their favorites.
"I have had people come up beside me in their brand new Mercedes and say 'love your ride' and you are in your brand new Mercedes with air conditioning and the windows up and I'm going 'it's so hot,'" Judi Boyles said.
The Boyles said they don't put the car on a trailer to get it to each car show, they drive it.
"We enjoy it very much," William Boyles said. "We have driven it to Wisconsin. We've driven it to the East coast, the West Coast and the South Coast. Everyone that passes us usually take a photo of us on their phone and laughs on the highways."
The competition show ends on Saturday (Sept. 10) with an awards dinner where the judges hand out the coveted prize for best of show.