Yet another beautiful Wednesday
night.
..both parking areas were
nicely filled.


Above Left: Ray's 1959 Ford
Galaxie, looking great from above.


B
elow Left: A '64 Chevy, recently
found in a RI barn.  75k original !

Below: Torino-lover CruisinBruce
enjoyed Some extra 69 Ford action.

Bottom Right Corner: A sub-lime
late-model Challenger rolls through
a busy overflow parking area.
Threatening clouds cleared
narrowly in time..but while it
held back turnout, the range of
interesting cars was no less
exciting this night...

Above Right: Tom LaFerriere,
proud CruisinBruce.com
sponsor, always has something
cool to show..  This night, he
brought a 1906 Stanley.

Far Above Left: A beautifully
original, one-owner 1976 Ford
Gran Torino Elite.

Near Left: A Mid-70s Vette
shows off its mill.

Bottom Left Corner:
CruisinBruce gets a free ride in
the Stanley Steamer.

Bottom Center: This Nash
Metropolitan came wearing
long eyelashes.
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Event Scene Photos
Beautiful weather spelled the perfect
condition for a massive cruise night
turnout in Foxboro !

Top Left Corner: This '67 Chevy was
absolutely stunning in black cherry.

Above Right: How about the gleam to the
paint of this '62 Mercury.  Nice tail lights !

Below Right: A mini-convention among
Cruisinbruce.com sponsors...that's Tom
LaFerriere and Rich Sacchetti.

Above Left: From the year the pony paced
the Indy 500, a pacecar replica  Ford
Mustang on great custom wheels.

Bottom Left Corner: Another angle's view
on this big night for turnout.

Below: An early 70s era AMC Javelin in
bronze.  By this point, Javelins started just
below the $2900 price range.
Thursdays in
Foxboro
Tuesdays in
Greenville
Fridays in
Cumberland
Our biggest Friday night turnout in several years brought over
200 vehicles to join the cruise for early August.

Top Right: Three vehicles that were near the top of the price scale
when they were new...a 1955 Chrysler New Yorker, 1960 Cadillac
and mid-80s era Corvette C4.

Above Right: Rick's '63 GMC Pickup, mild custom.

Far Left: A lightly customized Ford Econoline pickup that got quite
a few looks from the evening's spectator crop.

Bottom Left Corner: A hard working Ford Model TT Truck that
just so happened to be wearing a for-sale sign...asking $10 grand.

Below: His & hers 60s Chevys.  His '67 Chevelle SS sits on the left
while that's "her" 1969 Nova on the right..a recent purchase.
Mondays in
Chepachet
A high cloud cover wasn't enough to
dampen enthusiasm...a great crowd
came rolling in for mid-August !


Above: Long rows of rides on display.

A
bove Right: This 1967 Mustang Coupe
was nice, simple & all-original.


M
iddle Right: Dual early 70s Chevelles.

Far Right: Two orphan cars
side-by-side...that's a '56 Imperial right
next to a '59 Edsel.

Bottom Left: Ken & Linda's Camaro.

Bottom Right Corner: As all focused on
Danny's Dart Swinger..Chris P decided
to turn and give the camera the old
"steely stink-eye."
Wednesdays in
Scituate
One of  best weather days
the show has ever enjoyed
brought out one of its
biggest-ever turnouts.

Above: breath-taking 1931
Lincoln in two-tone green.

Lower Right: DeSoto from
its last production year : '61.

Far Left: Hot Rods lined-up
by the dozen to compete.

Left Inset: Among many
Pontiacs, this '68 GTO
reflects in the hub cap of a
'40s-era  Poncho.

Bottom Left: Looks like the
day didn't end well for
everyone.
46th Endicott Estate
Sun, July 9th
22nd Hogs & Hot Rods
Sat, July 15th
We started out grey & threatening
but by afternoon..there was plenty
of sunshine to make a great day !

Top Left Corner: Nick O's early
'60s T-Bird, with Joe T's
1st-place winner '39 Ford just
behind.

Lower Left: The '69 Camaro
brigade arrives...that's Steve in
front with Dan right behind him.

Bottom Left Center: Thinking pink
with the little bug from CT.

Bottom Right Corner: Peeking
inside the all-new facility.  Wow !
N Scituate Baptist
Sat, July 22nd
Another great turnout in the church lot
on as sunny, summer warm/humid day.

Above: Pam's first-year (1954) Nash
Metropolitan was voted Best-of-Show
among stock originals.  A little cutie.

Right: The unmistakable tail-fin of a
Cadillac..this one, on Mike N's 1969.

Lower Left: A row of Edsels...quite a few
came rolling in to show off for the day.

Far Left: Kevin R took the time to show
his 1973 Mustang...in the original Ford
avocado green.  He's had it since 1981.

Lower Right: Unusual at any show was
Scott 1971 French Citroen.
BalloonFest Car Show
Sat, July 22nd
After a one-year hiatus in '16,
the BalloonFest was back
without missing a beat.  BIG
crowd, yes !

Above: This '63 Thunderbird
ragtop...last year for the
"aero-bird" was among the top
picks.

Top Right: This Starsky & Hutch
Torino sat next to a sweet 1948
Chevy street-rod truck.

Lower Right: Heavily supported
by the Corvette Club of RI..there
were dozens & dozens of Vettes.

Lower Left Corner:  The '66
Cadillac convertible in the
foreground, among the day's top
winners, was long & sweet.

Below: Entire groups sat around
to enjoy a perfect evening.
8th Annual 1A Show
Sun, July 23rd
This year's 1A Auto Show grew to its
biggest ever.  Nearly 300 cars
overflowed the field.  Impressive !

Top Left Corner: A perfect tribute to  
Adam-12, '68 Belvedere squad car.

Far Left: This Challenger still wears its
"Gator Grain" vinyl roof.  Quite rare.

Above Right: The 1A crew cheers.

Lower Right: Among the day's top
picks was this '63 VW Bus.

Below: A '71 LTD and '57 Chevy.
4th Annual KoC Show
Sun, July 30th
Beautiful day...biggest turnout yet
in this show's brief history.  What
a great, wide mix of vehicles !

Left: Lou S's 1954 Chevy pickup
was a multi-award winner this day.

Far Above Right: Grocery-getter
1962 Falcon station wagon.  Nice.

Bottom Left Corner: A 1940
Studebaker, and a '36 Chevy that
rolled out with an award in tow.

Bottom Center: This '69 GTO Judge
from Harrisville was best-of-show.
7th Wheels for Wishes
Sun, August 6th
With sunshine and virtually no
humidity, the show at Mishnock
Barn grew to its biggest yet !

Top Right Corner: This
low-mileage '59 Edsel was kids'
choice

Right: How about this '54 Buick
& matching pedal car combo ?

Lower Near Left: A beautiful '55
Chevrolet Nomad station wagon
that was best-in-show.

Far Lower Left: Thanks to the RI
Antique Fire Aparatus for the view

Bottom Right: Jimmy P's 1914 "T"
28th Auto Extravaganza
Sun, August 13th
Rain on Memorial Day forced a
make-up for the RI Street Rods..and
what a perfect make-up day it was.  
Big crowd

Above Left: Doug F's '79 Bill Blass
edition Mark V was a top-75 winner.

Near Right: Check out this pair of 1969
Mopar B-bodies,a Plymouh & a Dodge.

Lower Near Right: Rolls Royce, ca. '66.

Far Right: Mr. C relaxes by his '34 Ford
Street Rod..what a sweet ride !