BRIMFIELD — When lots of individuals listen to the title of this city, they consider of antiques.
Effectively, antiques on wheels rolled into the Brimfield Winery & Cidery for its very first weekly Traditional Cruisin’ Friday Evenings of the time.
But there were being extra than oldies on the roomy grounds at 35 Most important St. in Brimfield. Autos of all kinds ended up represented, including custom autos, incredibly hot rods, sports cars and trucks, muscle automobiles and far more.
Attendees walked amid about 100 automobiles and trucks that confirmed up for the celebration, even though the motor vehicle proprietors spoke proudly about their cherished rides.
“I developed it about a few several years back. It took about a year to make,” reported Tim Grimes, of Palmer, as he stepped out of his 1923 Ford Modet T “Bucket.”
“We go in all places with it it’s enjoyable,” he additional.
Ray and Cindy Site, of Vernon, Connecticut, drove to the show in their black and white 1938 Chevrolet Coupe. Ray claims they have owned the auto for a few several years.
“It’s a very fresh restoration,” Ray stated. “It just came out of the system shop last September.”
Musical leisure was furnished by DJ Bruce Marshall of Valley Common Hits 97.7 FM, whilst wine and beer from the vineyard and food items from the Off The Hook Roadside Eatery ended up offered to people.
Traditional Cruisin’ Friday Nights will not be held on May well 14 for the reason that of the Brimfield Flea Market. The car clearly show will return on May well 21 from 5 to 8:30 p.m.