PICTURES: Wheels of Time's Cruise Night

Beauty and the Beast - Brother and Sister Kasey (left) and Brandi Musser, both of Fleetwood stand near their cars. Kasey's beast, a 1941 Chevy Coupe and Brandi's beauty, a 1932 Austin Bantam. Both enjoy building cars and it was the first time Kasey is showing his Chevy during a Wheels of Time Cruise Night on Saturday, 19, 2014. The cruise nights are open to the public and held every 3rd Saturday starting at 5pm and runs through October at Macungie Memorial Park in Macungie. Fun for everyone, the event features all types of cars from classic to hot rods, music, and food.
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( APRIL BARTHOLOMEW / THE MORNING CALL / April 19, 2014 )

Beauty and the Beast - Brother and Sister Kasey (left) and Brandi Musser, both of Fleetwood stand near their cars. Kasey's beast, a 1941 Chevy Coupe and Brandi's beauty, a 1932 Austin Bantam. Both enjoy building cars and it was the first time Kasey is showing his Chevy during a Wheels of Time Cruise Night on Saturday, 19, 2014. The cruise nights are open to the public and held every 3rd Saturday starting at 5pm and runs through October at Macungie Memorial Park in Macungie. Fun for everyone, the event features all types of cars from classic to hot rods, music, and food.

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