Muscle car fans show off their rides to inspire a new generation of collectors

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ROSEMONT-- When you step inside the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont this weekend, you feel like you're going back in time are you're surrounded by 400,000 square feet of beautiful classic cars.

Many of the cars are from private collections, so it may be the only place you'll see them in public. An added treat for show goers was on Sunday, when retired race car legend Bobby Unser was on hand to meet and reminisce with fans.

The event is built for people of all ages, particularly a number of parents and grandparents trying to pass their love of muscle cars and corvettes along, so that the tradition lives on in the next generation.

WGN's Maggie Carlo headed to Rosemont to join in on the nostalgia for classic muscle cars.


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