• Aug 15, 2008
The 2008 Woodward Dream Cruise takes place tomorrow, and for those unaware, it's one of the largest single day auto events in the world and attendance should be on your list of things to do before you die. The famed Woodward Ave. will swell under the weight of thousands of classics, exotics, muscle cars, custom jobs and some of the weirdest things on four wheels you will ever see on public roads.

We'll of course show you the displays of GM, Ford, and Chrysler that are guaranteed to contain the best gems from each automaker's past as well as their hottest products on sale today. We'll also keep our cameras at the ready for every cool car on Woodward that idles by at 2 mph. So stay tuned tomorrow, Saturday, August 16th to experience the 2008 Woodward Dream Cruise from the comfort of your computer chair. You can also subscribe to our Woodward '08 RSS feed to ensure you don't miss a thing.

Oh, and one more thing – we will be live streaming a view of Woodward Ave. again this year. That's right – you don't have to come Detroit, we'll bring Detroit to you. Stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, check out some of our favorite past galleries from Woodward after the jump.






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      • 6 Years Ago
      "2008 Woodward Dream Cruise: Autoblog has arrived"

      Does anyone really give a crap?
        • 6 Years Ago
        Yeah some people give a crap.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Marvelous!! Please post tons of pics!

        • 6 Years Ago
        Yes, enjoy the photo of the classic Camaro with the 08 Malibu & the rusted 92 Ford Aerostar cruising alongside. The '50 Mercury next to the '03 Mercury Crown Vic.

        This event is not a car event... its a poorly run block party. Many enthusiasts don't run their classics on Friday or Saturday. Too many drunks (on & off the road), too many non classics (regular cars, vintages that never "cruised", & vehicles in different stages of restoration). They park them in secured lots & defeat the purpose of a "cruise".

        For the people who live in the surrounding neighborhoods... its just a pain in the a$$ for about 10 days. The Dream Cruise becomes a weeklong traffic jam (with different car groups getting a head-start on the main event).

        I'm all for car events... I just prefer to attend proper ones. The Good Guy shows for hotrods & muscle cars. The concourses that only allow actual "classics" & where the photo opportunities are worth posting. The cars sit parked in organized ways & then actually "cruise" up to collect any awards later in the day.
          • 6 Years Ago
          So where is this photo at was it a silver aerostar at least its american made.......
      • 6 Years Ago
      Check out more 2008 Woodward Dream Cruise photos at www.weddingimagesonline.com and search on "WDC". Photos are sorted by day and time throughout the entire week.
      ZingKingX
      • 6 Years Ago
      Glad I'm not there this year. The traffic around it was unbearable.