Studebakers lined up Sunday in Custer.
Sunday marked the 37th annual Labor Day car show, put on by the Dakotas Chapter of the national Studebaker Drivers Club.
There were 30 cars on display, ranging from sportier models to ones built for comfort.
The event attracted locals and tourists - some international - with car owners answering questions about the Studebaker models.
James Neuzil, a member of the Studebaker Drivers Club, says Studebakers weren't as popular as say Ford or Chevy while they were being made, and production was eventually stopped, but it's a great car. "If you have somebody that wants to restore a classic car, this is cheaper than Ford or Chevy, and it's unique, something not everyone has," said Neuzil.