The potential normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba has attracted the interest of auto enthusiasts — because of the large number of vintage American vehicles on the road.
The Woodward Dream Cruise is almost here — officially it’s August 16!
With jaunty juke box music, employees in classic uniforms — and with classic prices to match — a Birmingham gas station went retro this morning.
Beginning at 25 cents per gallon, gas will be charged at what it cost the year the cars were made. Anyone driving a vehicle 25 years old or older will be eligible for the cheaper gas.
Investigators have found a Michigan man’s restored 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle worth more than $100,000 that was stolen during fall trip to Indianapolis for a classic car show.
“Somebody’s taking a big part of who I am that I’ll never get back.”
The Woodward Dream Cruise is officially over, but as WWJ’s Terri Lee reports, many are still cruising the strip and enjoying the freedom of less cars on the road.
With the Great Recession at least mostly in the rear view mirror, the car companies will be back in force for the 2013 Woodward Dream Cruise.
If you don’t have a classic car, it’s OK.
The Woodward Dream Cruise is a cultural phenomenon in greater Detroit, the largest one-day celebration of classic car culture in the world.