Enthusiasts of all ages gather at Cruise Night - Carroll County Times

On Friday evenings in Westminster during the summer, drivers of antique and custom cars head to VFW Post 467 to spend some time together and show off their cars at Cruise Night. Reynolds and his wife, Tammy Reynolds, had brought their red Corvette to Cruise Night Aug. "We've been doing the muscle car stuff here in Carroll County for about 10 years," James said. "I'm the only one that likes the cars," Dawn said. Duvall explained the price hierarchy for rebuilding antique cars. "It's Dodge, Ford, then Chevy to build," he said. the neighbors were just walking around, looking at cars and talking car history. "I'm building a car, and next year, I'll be up here," said Snyder. "Mine's a real hot rod — whatever's in the garage goes into it. ". Rush has a 1949 Dodge pickup as his project car. Snyder has spent most of his life working on cars. "I did body and fender work for 32 years," Snyder said. "Now, I'm into house painting, but I still work on cars. "When you're kids, you see cars, and it fascinates you, and it never leaves you," he said. Source: www.carrollcountytimes.com