Hogs and Hot Rods Rock the Shelter in Riverhead: PHOTOS

04/13/2015 8:00 AM |

Thousands flocked to Splish Splash more than a month before the water park even opens to help raise money for Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter Sunday. 

Organization founder Denise Lucas estimated the fourth annual Hogs and Hot Rods Rock the Shelter might have been the most successful yet.

Dozens of classic car owners lined up at the event, which also featured vendor booths, a wood carving demonstration, food and music.

Below are some of our favorite photos from the day.

Eight-month-old Gavin Weiner of Selden might have had the most unique hot rod of all Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Eight-month-old Gavin Weiner of Selden might have had the most unique hot rod of all Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Dizzy Doll of Mastic Beach  poses with her uncle Bob's 1933 Ford Roadster. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Dizzy Doll of Mastic Beach poses with her uncle Bob’s 1933 Ford Roadster. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter founder Denise Lucas with Marilyn Monroe (a.ka. Elaine Chez of Brooklyn). (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter founder Denise Lucas with Marilyn Monroe (a.ka. Elaine Chez of Brooklyn). (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A fully equipped Winnebago van, complete with a stove. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A fully equipped Winnebago van, complete with a stove. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1967 Chevrolet Bel Aire wagon with a Corvette engine and wheels. It belongs to Dr. Gary Rosenbaum of Jamesport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1967 Chevrolet Bel Aire wagon with a Corvette engine and wheels. It belongs to Dr. Gary Rosenbaum of Jamesport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

King is a 2-year-old great dane from Yaphank. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

King is a 2-year-old great dane from Yaphank. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Wood carver Rich Anderson from Wading River gives a demonstration. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Wood carver Rich Anderson from Wading River gives a demonstration. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

An attendee walks between two Chevys owned by Tobie Wesnofske of Cutchogue. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

An attendee walks between two Chevys owned by Tobie Wesnofske of Cutchogue. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Tobie Wesnofske of Cutchogue with Nathan Ovsianik in front of a 1970 Chevy first owned by his father. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Tobie Wesnofske of Cutchogue with Nathan Ovsianik in front of a 1970 Chevy first owned by Tobie’s father. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1958 Chevy Corvette. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1958 Chevy Corvette. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1958 Chevy Corvette. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

A 1958 Chevy Corvette. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

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