Cruise Night

Randhurst Village Cruise Nights

RVCN BannerFor several years now, Classic Recollections has told the stories of hundreds of unique vehicles. You’ve read it in the print column, online feature and through social media but now we’re hitting the streets. Classic Recollections and the Daily Herald has teamed up with the Randhurst Village to present three special car shows this summer. Vehicle registration has opened for the nights, which are taking place on June 18th, July 16th and August 20th. In addition, we’ve gone back and invited some special guests and their rides out to the shows. For the June event, some of our special displays will include Gail Wise and her 1964 Mustang, the first Mustang ever sold. We’re also very privileged to have Rescue 5 joining us. Rescue 5 is one of the emergency vehicles that responded to the World Trade Center on 9/11. A unique Trans Am display is planned. An original, unrestored 1969 Pontiac Trans Am will be parked next to a 1999 Trans Am – the final year for the model. Those won’t be the only Firebird – the Midwest Firebirds car club is coming with a special first generation Firebird display area. Volo Auto Museum is bring some special four-wheeled Hollywood stars too! The family friendly event is also supporting Clearbrook and will have face painting and lots of activities for kids. Our very own Matt Avery will also be on hand. You can find more information here or read the Daily Herald feature. Be sure to like us on Facebook for more updates!

If you want to be a part, sponsor a show or display a vehicle, let us know at ClassicRecollections@gmail.com.

Rescue 5 responded to the World Trade Center on 9/11 and will be featured at the June show.

Gail Wise displayed her 1964 Mustang at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.

Gail Wise and her 1964 Mustang on display at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show.

This 1964 Ford Mustang was the first Mustang sold. It was sold to Gail Wise in Chicago, IL.

Gail Wise is bringing her 1964 Mustang to the June event.

Another highlight of the June 18th show will be our ‘First & Last Trans Am Display’. We’ll have one of the original 1969 TAs parked alongside one of the last 1999 models.

This 1969 Pontiac Trans Am Firebird is all original and was found in Detroit.

This unrestored 1969 Trans Am will be displayed. It is all original and unrestored.

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Rick G. is the original owner of this 1999 Trans Am – the last year for the model. We’re parking him next to the ’69 TA for a special Trans Am display!

Greg D. is bringing his radical 1968 Chevy pickup to the June event.

 

The Midwest Firebird club will be on hand with a special first-generation Firebird display.

Volo Auto Museum will be bringing two very special TV and movie cars. KITT from the ‘Knight Rider’ series will be present along with a 1966 Batmobile.


This is an original, licensed, George Barris Batmobile.  Very few legit Batmobiles were ever built that legally carry the trademarked name Batmobile and wear the trademarked Bat logos.  The #1 Batmobile was built from a 1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car that was modified by famed Hollywood car designer and customized George Barris.   The #1 Batmobile had recently sold for an astonishing $4.6 million. – See more at: http://www.volocars.com/1966-batmobile-tv-series-car–c-868.htm#sthash.FTXvrsJl.dpuf

 

This is an original, licensed, George Barris Batmobile.  Very few legit Batmobiles were ever built that legally carry the trademarked name Batmobile and wear the trademarked Bat logos.  The #1 Batmobile was built from a 1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car that was modified by famed Hollywood car designer and customized George Barris.   The #1 Batmobile had recently sold for an astonishing $4.6 million. – See more at: http://www.volocars.com/1966-batmobile-tv-series-car–c-868.htm#sthash.FTXvrsJl.dpuf
This is an original, licensed, George Barris Batmobile.  Very few legit Batmobiles were ever built that legally carry the trademarked name Batmobile and wear the trademarked Bat logos.  The #1 Batmobile was built from a 1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car that was modified by famed Hollywood car designer and customized George Barris.   The #1 Batmobile had recently sold for an astonishing $4.6 million. – See more at: http://www.volocars.com/1966-batmobile-tv-series-car–c-868.htm#sthash.FTXvrsJl.dpuf

 

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