Here's the last batch of pics for the classic cars. Of course there were tons more classic cars than the pics I've posted here, but these were the ones that stood out enough to snap while they were driving by. Everyone who rolled out their classic car for the cruise, however, should be commended and congratulated for their particular brand of automotive passion. Witnessing a five-mile long traffic jam full of the greatest cars of all time is truly a sight to see, but we're not done with the Dream Cruise pics quite yet. Coming up next: Hot Rods.
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