(08/17/12) - Friday, the annual luncheon for cruisers was held at Duke's Car Stereo on Dort Highway in Flint.
Anyone who showed up in a cool car could get free hot dogs, popcorn and chips.
Duke's has been doing this for a number of years, and many drivers have come to rely on it as a fun place for lunch.
While it may not be the most nutritious meal, what it lacks in vitamins it makes up in excitement. Where else can you can eat a hot dog and munch on a bag of popcorn while enjoying the beauty of some truly fantastic cars?
The location always attracts a lot of classic cars and hot rods and this year was no exception.
Stopping by Friday were two cars with Ontario license plates.
One of the cars is a 1934 Chevrolet owned by Sterling and Pam Matheson of London, Ontario. The other is a 1953 Cadillac two-door hard top owned by Paul Batson of Dorchester, Ontario.
There was not a bit of rust on either of those cars.
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