Omaha Auto Show

The auto show at Qwest Center Omaha wrapped up Sunday evening and many people shopping for a new car say it was a great way to check out the latest models.

However, many people attended without intentions of buying a new vehicle. They just wanted to dream.

For the average car buyers, there are the pick-up trucks, SUV's and sedans. But for dreamers, there are the big, the fast and the flashy. The H2-Hummer would most accurately fit into the "big" category.

"I mean, it's big," Jim Konrad said.

"I think it's more than enough room," Tony Ning said.

The Dodge Viper goes from zero to 60 in 3.9 seconds.

"Oh my. I might get whiplash doing that," said David Poage.

It's the fastest car at the auto show.

"It's real low to the ground. Real racy looking," Poage said.

Former Husker Ahman Green showed why his Dodge Charger was worthy of having its picture taken. Nearly every part on the vehicle has been customized.

"That's what you always wanted when you were a kid," said Terry Zahn.

Even the child seat has the running back's autograph on it.

The fully loaded BMW M5 was the most expensive vehicle at the show, with a sticker price topping $90,000.

Organizers of the auto show say this year's crowd is expected to set a new record.

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