The 21st Annual Auto Show is back in Green Country. Old, new and never before seen models are on display starting Thursday.
Anything you want to see in the "world of wheels" is on display at Expo Square. Some are old, some are new, and some are yet to come.
The auto show started nationwide in 1917 and this year it's making its 21st stop in Tulsa.
It's all about the when, then and now. Over 220 vintage and classic models are featured from Model-A's to Model-T's. Not to mention the 600 current models.
Plus 2009 cars that you can't find on the lot just yet are ready to be admired.
Now what really catches your eye is the concept cars on display.
The whole idea is for the public to come out enjoy the show and give their opinion on the concept cars like the Chrysler Air Flight and opinions matter a lot more than you may think.
"The public that comes up to the auto show we record their reactions likes and dislikes and send that right back to Detroit," said Randy Barnett, Chrysler.
The show officially starts on Thursday at 2 p.m. and continues through Sunday.