WYOMING, Mich. -- Saturday was the second day of the 13th Annual 28th Street Metro Cruise.
Car enthusiasts gathered to admire the "cruisers" at Roger's Plaza in Wyoming.
There were hundreds of collector, antique, and sports cars on display and drove up and down 28th Street. The event kicked off with a Tribute to the Veterans and the Pinup Girl Competition Finale.
There was also be plenty of food trucks and entertainment throughout the day.
“You got old, you got new, bikes, wagons with motors, bicycles with motors, anything you can think of. Rat Rods, I mean everything.” said Todd Yemc, who loves car shows.
For many it was a chance to have some family fun and get the kids out of the house.
“Well you know how it is, most kids now are playing with their thumbs on video games. You get them out here, get them excited about things. Maybe do a project with dad and spend some quality time together.” said Yemc.
Admission to all areas of the event was free of charge.
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