ROANOKE, Va. -

If cool cars is your thing, tomorrow may be your day.

The Roanoke Valley Mustang Club is holding it's 26th annual Mustang Car Show tomorrow at Magic City Ford in Roanoke.

This year's celebration holds special significance for Mustang enthusiasts.

"The first mustang rolled onto a lot on April 17, 1964," said club president Bobby LaPrade. That's 50 years ago.

"There's just something about the feel of it when you drive it," another Mustang lover told us.

The show begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and goes through 3 p.m. The event is free to those who just want to look.  If you'd like to enter your car, it can be a Mustang or any other Ford, it costs $25.

Head judge Ken Barnes says he judges on many things, but cleanliness is the biggest thing, both inside the car and in the engine.

The car show will benefit the Mill Mountain Zoo, St. Francis Service Dogs and the Virginia Museum of Transportation.