Classic cars rolled into Warren County Fairgrounds on Saturday and hotwings were devoured.
It was all part of Southern Standard's fifth annual Marketville, which is being deemed a rousing success.
"We were very pleased with the turnout, especially the participation in our contests," said Standard publisher Patricia Zechman. "Our car show included a man who drove from 90 miles away from Jamestown."
The Standard held several first-year competitions, including a chocolate milk chugging contest won by Chris McCormick, a hotwing eating contest won by Rafael Rodriguez, and a best tattoo contest won by Jeremy Brimer.
The tattoo contest had about 20 entries and the car show featured around 80 cars and trucks.