"Old School Cruizers" Compete for Trophies

Antique and souped-up modern-day cars, trucks, SUV's and motorcycles made their way through Tyler today to compete for trophies and raise money for the March of Dimes. It's the third annual event, sponsored by Old School Cruizers and Guaranty Bank. They expect to raise about $2,000 for birth defect research.

"Forty-nine-thousand children in Texas alone are born with having to fight," Frankie Rushing, division director for the March of Dimes, said. "And just Smith County, we have 800 babies a week that are born to struggle."

Julie Tam, reporting.