Well, Friday night and Jenn took me to the local cruise up in Whittier, and a great meeting it was.
Plenty of different vehicles to gaze at and of course spend time with my girl looking at cool Hot rod and Classics and listening to the sounds of yester year that was playing from the speakers in the parking lot.
A mixed bag of rides were there and the atmosphere so so friendly.
This cruise has been going for many moons now and I really enjoyed it, we also sat down for some cheeseburgers in Rubys Diner and enjoyed the evening.
Not often you see a Country Squire these days so a nice surprise when I saw that sitting there.
All styles of vehicles, so you know you are going to find a favorite in here, check out the rolled grill.
This is a great area to reside in and I love living here, if you ever get to these parts, check Rubys out on a Friday as there is always something there for everyone to see.
This will be a cool place for us to pop in and out of on a Friday, and the good thing is that cars come in and out through out the night, so you never know what will turn up.
Plenty of Bow tie’s representing there this week.
But plenty of Henry’s rides too.
So if you dig fins and chrome, Muscle Cars, Classics and the good old Hot Rod, then this is a super fun place to hang out, grab a burger and listen to some tunes on a Friday evening.
See ya there!!!!
Ruby’s Diner in the Whittwood Town Center and American Streetrodders’ weekly car show is starting back up at 5 p.m. Friday and will run every Friday until Oct. 29, at the restaurant, 10109 Whittwood Lane.
This is the third year for the event which is enjoyed by car enthusiasts and local residents alike.
This pre-`75 American hot rod, street rod, classic, custom, truck and get-r-done cars will delight all those young at heart.
The family fun event will feature food, prizes, raffle, 50/50, trophies and more.
The all new Whittwood Town Center is booming with great stores, restaurants and activities for the entire family.
For information call 562-947-7829.