Welcome to June Cruise Night - a photo essay from JacksonMich.com


This '31 Ford Victoria, street features 350-350 jag rear and matching trailer, AC

Steel body -

fib fenders

running board

4 Sale- $35,000 firm

Bill Wickham


 A '57 T-Bird

owned by Keith and Rosalyn Otto

of Marshall



 Antiques Cars

attract admirers from throughout

Jackson County


 The Clock tower

was looking particularly lovely

this fine June evening.



 The crowds for this Cruise Night far surpassed what we saw in the May showing, that was essentially cancelled.
 Larry Shramm, former owner of Chemical Technologies, now has time to play with his hobbies, including this Boss Hoss, Shew 355 HP V8.



 Another vehicle owned by Mr. Shramm, this '39 Ford convertible is Covette powered.
 The Time Capsule Museum was represented by this fast pedalling enthusiast.



A '32 Chevy with a 350 V8 is owned by TJ & Margaret Arend.

 Here we see a 1954 Olds 88, witth 324 c.i.



 A 1936 Ford Coupe Chevy 400 c.i.

All Steel body

 Larry Spivey is thte proud owner of this '30 Ford.




 Another view of the same vehicle.

 Here Doug discusses the merits of this 1937 85 hp Ford with owner Gary Ruoff.



 This sharp car is a 1938 Chevy.

 Doug poses here with a red Vette,

his dream machine.



 Here the owner poses with his 1951 Army Jeep

 This photo wins our vote for the cutest action scene of the evening. As a mom, we may be biased.

Sufing Safari was the background music at this time.



 DDA did a fine job promoting and entertaining during this June Cruise Night.

 This '34 Ford has a big block, dual 4 bbl



 Doug, of DougUSA fame,

once again poses with this '32 Ford .

 This 1962 Buick Skylark convertible

is owned by Nan & "Woody" Woodruff.



 This is a 1966 Ford Mustang fastback, 2 + 2 owned by Dick & Millie Gillett.

 Sandie Henrick poses here

with her pride and joy, a '46 Ford.



 Ton Henrick, Sandie's husband, who is a bit camera-shy, owns this '36 DeSota.

 This '55 Ford Crown Victoria

is owned by "Tom."


   Excellent music was playing as we strolled by. If you know this band, please sign the guestbook.

 This view shows some of the crowd that turned out for June Cruise Night.


  Here, the Queen of Hearts and Crime Fighter Girl pose with a 1910 Velie. Captain Jackson was also on hand for this evening, but this reporter was not able to find him, due to his speed of action fighting crime.


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