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.
It was perfect weather for Roseville’s first-ever hot-rod cruise down Gratiot Avenue near 12 Mile road.
The Concours d’Elegance kicks off Sunday in Plymouth — where beautiful, classic and exotic automobiles will be on display.
It’s a big collection of “Man Caves” and it’s coming soon to Pontiac.
Due to popular demand, and to help build the most diverse and competitive lineup of classic cars possible, the nomination deadline for the 3rd Annual Detroit Tigers Classic Car Show has been extended one week to Friday, May 17 at 5:00 p.m.
And one of the main attractions at Cobo Center this weekend is a tiny engine made by electrician, Steve Huck.
It’s a celebration of cars that were already classics when people were cruising Woodward.
Blogger Vicki Briganti misses the opportunity to gawk at the classic cars at the Woodward Dream Cruise. How do owners find time to work on their cars? Her Datsun-addicted friend Shant clears up her confusion.
There are fish stories, and then there are Woodward Dream Cruise stories, with tales running as thick as exhaust about exploits in the free-for-all days when a stoplight look was all it took for a story to start.