When we’re teenagers, our tastes are dominated by the “latest greatest”; as time passes and perspective settles in, we can start to appreciate antiques and collectibles such as a red 1966 Mustang convertible or a 1969 baby blue Chevy Malibu.
Come see all kinds of makes and models of vintage classics during Silver Dollar Car Classic “Cruise Night” every Thursday evening in Carson City, where the classic car culture is alive, well and celebrated. Cruise Nights brings polished chrome, tricked-out and souped-up cars and trucks to the streets. The open road lies ahead – where you can either take your classic car for a cruise or bring a lawn chair and enjoy the view. Each Cruise Night is from 6-8 p.m., is free and held at family-friendly venues with live music.
Meanwhile, the Karson Kruzers’s 28th annual “Run What Cha Brung Car Show” is set for this weekend, June 22-24 at Fuji Park. The show is open to all vehicles and features a show-n-shine with street dances, poker run, car parade, goodie bag, breakfast and dinner. Follow them on Facebook or at http://www.karsonkruzers.com/.