FLINT TWP., Mich. (WJRT) –
The 49th Annual Sloan Museum Auto Fair had an early kickoff event on Friday.
About 100 classic cars were out on display at the Shea Automotive Group in Flint Township.
Don Cook the owner of a 1940 Ford Coupe says coming out to the Sloan Museum Auto Fair Cruise-In is something he wishes they can do every day.
“We love going to the car shows and doing the cruises and everything through Shea Automotive, Back to the Bricks, Woodward and Frankenmuth Birch Run. We do all the car club cruises, it’s a lot of fun,” he said.
Fellow classic car owner Steve Zaban says it’s a tradition he never misses.
“Brings you back to the days when we were growing up,” he said.
The classic car cruise-in event had food, music and of course a wide display of classic cars.
But, this event was just the kick off to the Sloan Museum Auto Fair.
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