Woodward Dream Cruise finishes just as strong as it started
It is the Superbowl for car lovers and people watchers a like.
On one hand you have the cruisers and on the other, the dreamers. When it comes down to it, you can't have one without the other.
It's that magical time of the year when screeching tires come alive and if your neck doesn't hurt from trying to follow a never ending parade of horsepower then you did it wrong.
Leroy Anderson told Fox 2 "there is no corner that stop at along the drive where you wont have a beautiful time. It's friendly to everyone, it's about bringing people together." Leroy has been cruising Woodward since 1994.
And just down the street, Rodney Prince has laser like focus, his camera-lens poised, finger ready, like so many drivers ready to drop the hammer at first sign of a green light. Prince ready to snap that perfect picture of his favorite classic hotrods.
A successful Dream Cruise is really up to each person's interpretations in many ways, but at the end of the day these car lovers are all on the same team searching for their own part of the American dream.