Cruise-in held in Mount Airy


Sam Holder checks out a 1957 Chevrolet owned by Robert and Cathie Stains at Saturday’s cruise-in.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Terry Giddens opens the door of his 1956 Chevrolet in Mount Airy.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Cars and people line the streets for a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Joey Hensley and Ashley McGee, from Back Yard Baggers, a Winston-Salem company which builds custom choppers, show off a chopper Saturday evening.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Wayne Nichols takes a gander at the 1932 Ford owned by a White Planes man calling himself “Booker” at a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday evening.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Saturday evening classic automobiles lined the streets of Mount Airy as part of a monthly cruise-in.

The cruise-in, which draws car owners and enthusiasts from the surrounding area, takes place every third Saturday of the month during the spring, summer and fall months from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Sam Holder checks out a 1957 Chevrolet owned by Robert and Cathie Stains at Saturday’s cruise-in.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MACruiseIn3.jpgSam Holder checks out a 1957 Chevrolet owned by Robert and Cathie Stains at Saturday’s cruise-in. Andy Winemiller | The News

Terry Giddens opens the door of his 1956 Chevrolet in Mount Airy.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MACruiseIn4.jpgTerry Giddens opens the door of his 1956 Chevrolet in Mount Airy. Andy Winemiller | The News

Cars and people line the streets for a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MACruiseIn1.jpgCars and people line the streets for a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday. Andy Winemiller | The News

Joey Hensley and Ashley McGee, from Back Yard Baggers, a Winston-Salem company which builds custom choppers, show off a chopper Saturday evening.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MACruiseIn2.jpgJoey Hensley and Ashley McGee, from Back Yard Baggers, a Winston-Salem company which builds custom choppers, show off a chopper Saturday evening. Andy Winemiller | The News

Wayne Nichols takes a gander at the 1932 Ford owned by a White Planes man calling himself “Booker” at a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday evening.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MACruiseIn5.jpgWayne Nichols takes a gander at the 1932 Ford owned by a White Planes man calling himself “Booker” at a cruise-in event in Mount Airy Saturday evening. Andy Winemiller | The News
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