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Central KY Hot Rodders Light up Main Street

Larry Patterson, of Harrodsburg, brought out his 1970 Supersport Chevelle to Main Street on April 2.

Bill Sivers, of Junction City, stands with his 1966 GTO at the Cruiz In on Main event.

Chuck Hinkle, of Danville, shows off his 2004 PT Cruiser at the Cruiz In on Main.

Tyler Brown

Herald Staff

There were a lot of interesting vehicles crowding the parking spots of Main Street on Saturday, April 2.

The Central Kentucky Hot Rodders Cruiz In on Main car show brought together cars spanning from the 1950s to the early 2000s. People from across central Kentucky including Mercer, Boyle, Jessamine, Fayette and Taylor counties, stopped by to show off their sports cars, lowriders and pickup trucks. Iceman D.J. Services, based in Winchester, was also at the car show providing music and entertainment for those in attendance.

For the next few months, the first Saturday of every month will play host to the Cruiz In on Main car show. The next show is scheduled for Saturday, May 7, from 6–9:30 p.m. 

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