Woodward Dream Cruise 2

The Woodward Dream Cruise is probably the largest car event in the world.  Within an hour or so, you can see more classics, hot rods, customs, novelty cars--and more--than you'd probably see in any museum or collection.  Woodward Avenue is Detroit's "Main Street."  In Royal Oak, where this picture was taken, Woodward is a 4-lane-each-way boulevard.  This section of Woodward, from 8 Mile Road to Pontiac, has always been a favorite cruising location.  Although there are thousands of cars and people, the event runs smoothly year after year.

For a week before the actual Woodward Cruise event, thousands of cars are either on the road or on display.

For more information, go to: http://www.woodwarddreamcruise.com/Home.aspx

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Uploaded: 22/08/2010
Updated: 28/08/2014


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