For the second week in a row the Der Dutchman restaurant in Plain City, Ohio set an attendance record at its weekly cruise-in.
This week 144 vehicles were registered during the evening. Thirty-five of those vehicles were first time participants.
Here are some of the cars from this week's cruise-in:
First and sixth generation Camaros.
Dan Varner brought another one of his "Survivor" cars. This time his 1968 Pontiac GTO.
An SLP "supercharged" 5th generation Camaro making 575 horsepower dropped by.
A rare 1967 Mercury Comet Capri belonging to Elwood "Woody" Combs.
Another "classic" Cadillac showed up this week. This time a 1956 Cadillac Sedan DeVille.
Mark Enyart brought his "customized" 1970 Chevy Chevelle SS with a LT4 engine that was originally found in the 1996 Corvette Grand Sport. Mark also shows a 1962 Chevy Impala SS that many of you may recognize. I asked Mark what determines which car he brings to a show or cruise-in. He said If there's zero chance of rain, the Chevelle gets the nod.
Another "customized" vehicle at the cruise-in was Arlene Tidd's 1951 Ford F-100.
This week's nice weather also brought out the convertibles.
The long-term forecast for next Thursday looks fantastic. Could Der Dutchman break an attendance record for the third week in a row? Stay tuned...