In case you hadn't noticed, Detroit is smack dab in the middle of America, and what is America if not welcoming? While the Woodward Dream Cruise may celebrate the heyday of The Motor City's own brand of classic machinery, there's a good bit of foreign influence as well.

From Porsche and Volkswagen to Bentley and Rolls-Royce, Europe is very well represented indeed. Japan may not be quite as commonplace on the streets of Woodward, but we did come across a smattering of offerings from Nissan (and also its earlier Datsun form).

And then there are the truly rare breeds – like Austin Healey, De Tomaso and TVR – mingling right alongside such hallowed performers as the Ford GT and Dodge Viper. See all that and plenty more in our image gallery of imports and exotics from the 2011 Woodward Dream Cruise.

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      21 window Samba bus with the safari kit and sliding rag.. don't get much better than that!!! It's worth as much as any car in this feature!
      Devin Christiansen
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      That Suzuki Samurai is awesome.
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      I made a point of getting photos of interesting foreign cars at the Dream Cruise: Ferrari Dino, De Tomaso Mangusta, Saab 96, 1950s era Holden Special that looks like a 3/4 scale '55 Chevy and others. You can see them and more at Cars In Depth.
      • 3 Years Ago
      You've got a Bentley Arnage Red Label in the gallery called out as a Continental... Great selection of beautiful cars though!
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      Well thank goodness the imports aren't left out. That would be unAmerican.
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      That red 60's-looking supercar is amazing! Morganti? What the heck is that? I must know more... Someone please enlighten me.
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