PHOTOS: 2014 Temecula Rod Run; modern glimpse into the past
Saturday, March 8th, 2014
Issue 10, Volume 18.
The 'Friday Night Cruise' offers an opportunity for Temecula Rod Run visitors to see and hear these classic machines roar up and down Old Town Front St. A red Chevy Bel Air slips by during the 'Friday Night Cruise' on March 7, 2014. Sophia Zwierz, 3, gets around Old Town Front St. in her own classic green machine on four wheels. Night cruise visitors gather around the Front and Main St. intersection for an up close look at the wide variety of classic cars roaring in the night. A flamin' spade '60 Cadillac sparkles in the sun during the Temecula Rod Run on Saturday, March 8, 2014. 'Izzy' gets around the Temecula Rod Run on his 'Paw Power' wagon complete with water and food dish. Among the hundreds of vintage cars, a '41 Chevrolet Coupe Special Deluxe parked at the curb glistens in the sun while Rod Run visitors walk by. Hot rods provide an excellent opportunity for a cool selfie background. Owner of 'Sweet Country Kettle Corn', Rick Knecht, stirs up a freshly popped batch of the sweet corn during the Temecula Rod Run on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Old Town Temecula makes a perfect backdrop for the annual Rod Run. The Merc in Old Town Temecula with a vintage Chevy in the foreground creates a scene from the past. Sue Anne Tiger (left) with her son Jakob, 10, share a fruity sip of a tropical smoothie during the Temecula Rod Run on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Customized by their passionate owners, the hundreds of classic cars that filled Old Town Temecula with sights of big blower motors and wild vibrant colors - left another impressive mark during the annual Rod Run event on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Swing Inn Cafe in Old Town Temecula - an always popular classic car parking spot. It was only the cool classic cars that rumbled up and down Old Town Front St. from 5-8pm during the 'Friday Night Cruise' on March 7, 2014.
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