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Engines roar for Riverside Cruise Night

Published: Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 4:09 p.m. CDT
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Nicole Rodriguez of Lyons gives a lift to her cousin Anthony Loza, 5, of Berwyn, so he can look, but not touch, at a 1940 Master Chevrolet. Anthony was unsuccessful in persuading her to buy the car, which is for sale. Cruise Night in Riverside brings out classic and antique cars on Thursday.
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Jonathan Rovella, 15, of Riverside, guides a 1964 Thunderbird into a parking place. Cruise Night in Riverside brings out classic and antique cars on Thursday.
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Jerry and Mary Mannix of Riverside take a closer look at a 1965 Superformance Cobra. Cruise Night in Riverside brings out classic and antique cars on Thursday.
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Big Boy is perched under the hood of a Ford Mustang at Cruise Night in Riverside where classic and antique cars fill Burlington Street on Thursday.
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Mike Moriarity of Brookfield talks with Christine Brooks of Frankfort about her 1976 Pontiac Trans Am (foreground). Cruise Night in Riverside brings out classic and antique cars on Thursday.
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Fred Marek (from left) of Brookfield and Richard Danids (right) of Lyons talk with Charles Wascher of Lyons about his 1929 Ford Model A Roadster. Cruise Night in Riverside brings out classic and antique cars on Thursday.

RIVERSIDE – Hot rods and classic coupes roared into Riverside on Thursday for the final Riverside Cruise Night of the summer. Car buffs will not need to wait long to get their next gasoline fix; the village’s annual Car Show will be Sept. 28 at Centennial Plaza and Guthrie Park.

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