Elite car show gets wheels in motion for Oklahoma outreach program

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahomans are coming together every 1st Saturday of the month with old and new cars.

Today marks the third annual Coffee and Cars event in Oklahoma City.

What many don't know is the event is scheduled in order to raise money for Heartline.

Heartline is a lifeline telephone ministry to offer compassionate listening to prevent suicides.

NewsChannel 4's Andrew Donley was there to see it all.

Crowds gathered to see the roaring engines of high dollar cars at the third annual event.

"Of course it's a beautiful day. You can see every kind of car out here that you could imagine."

Whether you're a part of a car club, showing off your ride, or just enjoying the day checking out the specialized cars, fans of all ages can find something to peak their interest.

For David Radichel, coffee and cars gives him a chance to spend time with his boys.

"They just love being around cars. It's the time you spend with them around something you love also that they'll remember," said David Radichel.

And that's Heartline's goal for the event, to leave a memorable mark on the community.

Heartline is a non-profit organization that's geared towards family outreach.

This year they were selected to receive the profits from Coffee and Cars.

Coffee and Cars goal this year is to raise more than $5,500 for Heartline.

The event is held at Northpark Mall, 122nd and May.