Michael Gooding rebuilt and customized his 1973 RT Challenger in memory of his brother Roger who was driving it when he was hit by a drunken driver and died in 1982 .
Many Plymouth Downtown Waterfront Festival goers took the walk up to the Plimoth Grist Mill to admire the over 130 customized cars and trucks on display at the Head's Cruise-In Car Show.
Auto enthusiasts admire the engine in Names '66 thunderbird
Five semi-finalists are chosen from the 12 contestants by first round judges, Bob Hollis, Seth Jacobs and Tiffany Parks.
Finalists from left, Stacey LeValley, Tasia Lund, Meagan Crossman, Amy Moquin, Becca Sacca.
America's Hometown Sing Off competition judges, make their decision on who will be the 2013 Plymouth Idol. From left, Daniel Steven of WPLM, 2008 Plymouth Idol winner, Casey Bishop, Plymouth 400 committee member, Cheryl Soares.
Stacey Lavalley of Carver sings in the first round of the 2013 Plymouth Idol Competion.
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dens Hanks, plucks out the first three ducks to reach the finish line of the Ducky Dash .
Kim Newcomb of Whitman Hansen lets out a scream when she hears her duck, #129, came in second place in the Ducky Dash to win her a $100 American Express Gift Card. .
State Rep Vinny deMacedo announces the winning duck at Saturday's Ducky Dash.
Name and Name head up stream with NUMBER rubber ducks.
Thousands of people descended on Water Street to enjoy over 220 crafter booths, food vendors, America's Hometown Sing Off competition, the Ducky Dash and more at the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce 2013 Downtown Plymouth Waterfront Festival held on Saturday August 24.