Detroit Autorama showcases hot rods, custom-made cars at Cobo Center

DETROIT – Sunday is the last day for the Detroit Autorama taking place at Cobo in Detroit. Autorama includes around 800 custom-made hot rods, and it's the show's 65th year.

The show gives visitors an opportunity to speak with designers and builders like Murray Pfaff to ask what goes into creating the custom-made vehicles.

The vehicles come from all over the country and world.

The Detroit Autorama includes a competition called the "Ridler Award." This year, there were 48 people who entered for the award, and there are only eight finalists.

The winner will be announced Sunday evening and will get a $10,000 prize. The Detroit Autorama runs from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. 

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