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Classic chrome and mighty machines

Solid Rock Cruisers host Summer Cruise-in Thursday at former Big Daddy’s site

  • Wednesday, August 15, 2018 11:04am
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Classic car enthusiasts are invited to take in the Summer Cruise-in at 4 p.m. Thursday at the former Big Daddy’s site next to Les Gove Park, 1140 Auburn Way S., and near the corner of 12th Street SE and Auburn Way S.

The show, coordinated by the Solid Rock Cruisers, runs until 7:30 p.m.

The free event includes music, classic and hot rod cars and food (available near the site of the cruise-in).

Solid Rock Cruisers is accepting non-perishable donations for the Auburn Food Bank.

Car show participants must enter the event site from 12th Street SE and J Street SE.

For additional details, see solidrockcruisers.com.


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