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Boyertown was the place to be last Saturday evening.
Over 200 classic cars lined several blocks of North and South Reading Avenue last Saturday for Cruise Night, drawing residents out of their homes and into the streets. Dozens of community members registered their historic hot cars for a chance to display their hardwork to the public.
“I was amazed at the pride and extensive work that went into each car, and how immaculate and beautiful they are maintained,” said Adrianne Blank, Main Street Manager.
Several vendors set up along the street, including Kiwani’s and Boyertown’s Salvation Army, to serve refreshments such as french fries and ice cream. This is the 5th Annual Cruise Night to take place in Boyertown.
The winners have been announced for each category:
Best Of Show: Betsy Rose 1935 Ford P/U
Best Finish: George Sweeney-1932 Roadster
Best Appearing Pre 1960: Billy Gerhart – 1933 Plymouth Coupe
Best Appearing Post 1960: Lou Rossi 1968 Chevy Camaro
Best Interior: Julie Lucarelli – 1950 Pontiac Street Liner
Most Original: Robert Wood – 1963 Dodge Wagon
Best Custom: Greg And Dee Miller – 1950 Mercury
Bbb Choice Award: Robert Strunk 1939 Sedan
Mayor’s Choice Award: Tom Henry – 1973 Tr-6
The community response was spectacular. The BBB is already looking forward to next year.