|Event Scene Photos
|Another really good A&W
turnout, despite a few
clouds gathering overhead.
Above: You never know
what Tom L. will bring
next. This time ? An
incredible & elegant 1930
Near Lower Right: Matt,
relaxing with his '64 Olds
Dynamic 88..captured here
in photographic to prove to
his wife "where he WAS
Near Left: This sweet '64
Ford F100 Custom Cab
rolled all the way up from
near southeastern CT.
The owner looks on..
Far Lower Left: It's hard to
look at the inherent
cuteness of a Little Nash
Met and not smile.
Below: Pinstriping the C10.
|After a couple weeks of constant cool and
cloudiness..it's beginning to take its toll on car
event turnout. This evening was a bit sparse.
Top Left: A '56 Chevy BelAir rolls through.
Above Far & Near Left: Check out this pair of
Studebakers...a Lark sedan and even
less-frequently seen '64 Champ pickup.
Right: Personal Luxury at its finest, a 1970
Pontiac Grand Prix.
Bottom Left Corner: Admiring an early C3
Sat, April 29th
|Far nicer than expected...and than it
honestly should be in April..to kick off the
CruisinBruce 2017 car season.
Above: Mike M's Pontiac Grand Ville
convertible had that start-of-the-season
shine, sitting proudly on its whitewalls.
Right: For those who didn't know, the
Cord Motor Co. made a comeback
attempt 30 years after its demise. This
'66 was once owned by Dick Clark !.
Far Left: Dr. Bodkin's 1923 Ford Model T
took home the day's top prize award.
Near Left: Dick G's breath-taking 1929
Cadillac rolled in from nearby Natick.
Bottom Left: Hard to believe these two
top-end GMs of the early 90s are now
officially antiques !
Below: More classic iron shining in the
unexpected sunshine. Great day to
cruise Needham, MA.
|MassBay Comm. College
Sun, May 7th
|Breezy, but with plenty of
sunshine..we dodged bad
forecasts again for a great show !
Above: Chevy & Ford street
rods sit proudly side-by-side.
Left: Amazingly valuable on the
modern car scene are these
original 21-window VW buses.
Near Lower Right: Alot of loving
detail went into this '72 AMC
police car that looked to be right
off the original Adam-12 set.
Far Lower Right: Dave L's
sinister-looking 1960 Buick.
Bottom Right Corner: Mark,
Rich & Chuck...the "Olds boys."
|For week #2 of the cruise, the temp
was 25° warmer and the crowd
responded. It was a busy
early-season evening !
Top Right: This '65 Chevy
convertible already had the top
down for the new season.
Left: Renown collector Tom L.
came in to show his latest project...
a 1929 Rolls Royce roadster.
Lower Right: Only the best-dressed
gearhead details his ride in a
"CruisinBruce" 2017 schedule t-shirt.
Below: Ross P. arrived in style with
his new acquisition...a 34,000
original mile 1953 Cadillac.
|Middleboro High School
Sat, May 20th
|A sizeable crowd
gathered in the high
school parking lot.
Top Right: A 1970
Far Left: This 1946
Dodge pickup was a
top-25 pick on the day.
Lower Right: This first
generation Camaro had
a wild custom paintjob
that turned many heads.
|GMO at Kimball Farm
Sun, May 21st
|After several consecutive years of bad
weather, the Olds club finally caught a
beauty of a day to enjoy a bunch of fine
Oldsmobiles from across the decades.
Above Left: Oldest among the cars on
display was the top-25 winner '36 Olds.
Far Right: A breath-takingly beautiful 1954
Oldsmobile Super 88 sold new for a little
over $2250. It was one of the nicest on
display this beautiful, sunny day.
Bottom Right: A one-owner '74 Delta.
Lower Left: Special trim & nomenclature
identifies Ted L's '65 Cutlass as a top-of-
the-line 4-4-2 model. A convertible, too !