Local family seeks classic blue convertible for photo shoot. Details are atop the MemoBoard page.

Thanks for visiting CruisinBruce.Com: your source for
all-things classic auto in Southern New England.
Special Thanks to our
web-site sponsors:
Sacchetti's is the official
classic auto insurance of

Have a classic you need to insure ?
Or maybe your motorcycle,
your home or business.  
Call 401-461-0900...or ask
CruisinBruce at any event

Remember... Sacchetti insures
MORE than just classic cars !
--CruisinBruce.Com is brought to you by Sacchetti Classic Car Insurance and by American Classic Cars & Marine--

When this little four-legged wonder
was promised she would get "a piece
of pizza," her heart filled with joy
(and her mouth with drool).
Apparently, her new toy was
what she had in mind...
CruisinBruce is on the air as
host of the morning show
"the Pike" at 100.1 FM.
Check out the website:
click here.
Listen for the show 6-10am
EVERY weekday morning.
CruisinBruce is on...
Mornings at 100 FM
The Pike features classic
hits of the 60s-70s-80s
Total page visits since
Website start-up in
October, 2004:

American Classic is the only full
restoration shop officially
endorsed by CruisinBruce.Com.

From minor tweaks to full-blown
restorations, call 508-278-0020 and
set the realization of your dreams
into motion.

American Classic Cars & Marine is the area's
only budget-minded full resto facility !
2016 Inductee to
the RI Radio Hall of Fame

This Day in 2011:

Ford became the first major auto
manufacturer to announce plans to
ditch the CD player in favor of a USB
port. A company spokesperson said
"The in-car CD player, much like pay
telephones, is destined to fade away in
the face of exciting new technology."

GM and Chrysler would follow in 2015,
although the devices were still
available on some models. CD players
have been estimated to cost auto
makers about $30 to install.
July 26th
This day in Music History
Lexi... Sassy Mascot
of CruisinBruce.com
What a


Check out

weather gods are
smiling for a great
weather cruise
night tonight in
See you in Scituate at Frederickson Farms