This is a monthly cruise-in that takes place at the Tannehill Promenade shopping center in McCalla, Alabama. Depending on the weather this cruise-in takes place every second Saturday of each month. This was the first event of the year due to recently lifted social distancing restrictions. The turnout was good despite a 7 pm curfew that the city had in place.
A non-edited video taken right before the police dispersed the remaining cars to comply with the city curfew.
The owner of this VW told me that he had just purchased his car in Atlanta a few hours before the car show.
This classic four-wheel-drive Ford was super clean.
This is a 1966 Malibu 300. The 300 came with a six-cylinder engine and a post between the rear and front windows. A 350 V8 from a later model Chevy truck powers the car now.
It looks like the owner of this 57 Chevy recently got the car’s eyelashes did.
This beautiful C7 Corvette Grand Sport belongs to David Overton.
This Nissan 300ZX TwinTurbo seems to make all the car shows in central Alabama.
A 429 cubic inch Ford big block and C6 transmission power this custom rat rod.
Someone rolled up in a truck with a cool see-through car trailer. The trailer had an actual mid-2000s Kyle Busch Monte Carlo Nascar. Bobby Allison’s autograph was on the seat also.
An extremely clean 3rd generation Camaro.
This next cruise-in will be on July 11, 2020, at 3 pm.