Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard says though this is the official end of the cruise, law enforcement officers will keep an eye on things Sunday as well.
The Woodward Dream Cruise isn’t all horsepower — there’s foot power, too.
It might just be the most eye-catching and controversial car this weekend along Woodward: “The Brutus Mobile.”
Keith Davis of Waterford is out there already, proudly showing off his 528 cubic inch Hemi and remembering the first times he cruised.
“You might put more into the car than it’s really worth,” said Bob Milligan, classic car manager at DST Industries. “In most cases now, customers say they want their car done no matter what because it’s an emotional thing.”
You can check out some of the historic aspects of Woodward Avenue at a museum exhibit sponsored by the Royal Oak Historical Society.
Cruisin’ Gratiot is a daylong celebration of American-made hot rods and classic cruisers along a two-mile stretch of Gratiot between Eight Mile and 10 Mile Road.
One area hard-hit by the summer storm that ripped through the metro Detroit area was West Bloomfield.
A gusty and at times dangerous storm rolled through metro Detroit late Saturday afternoon, disrupting the daylong cruise event.
Berkley Police report that the entire Woodward Dream Cruise route has been closed. No further details on when or if that will reopen.