Downpour doesn’t dampen cruise-in spirits


Riley Morgan, 4, waves an American flag at the cars and onlookers moving up and down Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month through October. Riley was attending with his grandmother, Pam Morgan, and friend Dennis White of China Grove. Parked beside them are Roger and Sharon Wooten of State Road. Umbrellas used for shade were quickly traded for rain cover as a rain shower covered downtown for about 30 minutes and then cleared out.

Pilot Mountain Rescue Squad member Dennis Manuel watches as an antique car passes by during Saturday’s Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In.

Old and new cars alike cruise Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the June edition of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month through October.

Alan and Janet Turner of Eden check out a classic Pontiac parked along Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the June edition of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In.

The short torrential downpour didn’t stop cruisers from traveling up and down Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month May through October, as onlookers ducked for cover under tents, umbrellas and store awnings.

Riley Morgan, 4, waves an American flag at the cars and onlookers moving up and down Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month through October. Riley was attending with his grandmother, Pam Morgan, and friend Dennis White of China Grove. Parked beside them are Roger and Sharon Wooten of State Road. Umbrellas used for shade were quickly traded for rain cover as a rain shower covered downtown for about 30 minutes and then cleared out.

Pilot Mountain Rescue Squad member Dennis Manuel watches as an antique car passes by during Saturday’s Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In.

Old and new cars alike cruise Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the June edition of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month through October.

Alan and Janet Turner of Eden check out a classic Pontiac parked along Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the June edition of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In.

The short torrential downpour didn’t stop cruisers from traveling up and down Main Street in downtown Pilot Mountain Saturday as part of the Hot Nights Hot Cars Cruise-In held the first Saturday of each month May through October, as onlookers ducked for cover under tents, umbrellas and store awnings.

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