They called it cruising. And in the '50s and '60s, it was one of the favorite pastimes of American youth. It was an era of innocence and high octane gasoline, fast cars and poodle skirts, burgers and "hole shots." No place had the action found in the northern suburbs of
NEWS FROM THE CRUISE
Daily Edition: Aug. 17, 2005 by TCC Team (8/16/2005)
New PT Cruiser for Dream Cruise, Ford speeds development.
2005 Woodward Dream Cruise Begins (8/19/2005)
Detroit’s million-man drive closes out summer in the Motor City.
Dream Cruise Could Draw 1.5M by Joseph Szczesny (8/18/2005)
Big Three will have a big presence at the 11th-annual cruise, but they won’t be alone.
2005 Dream Cruise Muscle Cars by Gary Witzenburg (8/22/2005)
The ten best from the era of big hairy speed.
Dream Cruise: The Lawnchair View by Mike Davis (8/22/2005)
Our classics connoisseur takes it all in from the sidewalk.MEMORY LANE: Retro Reviews
Memory Lane: 1966-74 Dodge Charger (8/19/2005)
The GTO had a deadly opponent in the horsepower wars.
Memory Lane: 1967 Chevy Camaro (8/19/2005)
An unforgettable car from an unforgettable time.
Memory Lane: 1964 Ford Mustang (8/19/2005)
Living the survivor lifestyle.
2004 Woodward Dream Cruise by TCC Team (8/23/2004)
Return with us to another era. All of them, as a matter of fact.
2003 Woodward Dream Cruise Index by TCC Team (8/18/2003)
2002 Woodward Dream Cruise by TCC Team (8/19/2002)
2001 Woodward Dream Cruise Index (8/20/2001)
2000 Woodward Dream Cruise (8/20/2000)
1999 Woodward Dream Cruise by TCC Team (8/23/1999)