It was yet another fantastic night of fast cars, full rebuilds, and motoring fanatics at the Living Sky Casino.
Taillight Tuesday once again pulled a humongous crowd for the weekly car show, pushing the Rogue Cruisers forward in their quest to better the show every week.
Helping pull together last night's show was Cory Schultz, a founding member of the Rogue Cruisers. He came out in his El Camino, in its dark green, truck-car hybrid splendour.
"We can't thank everybody enough," said Schultz. "The weather is holding. People are having fun. The people are bringing their cars out, their trucks out, their hot rods out, their muscle cars out, and just having fun. That's what it's supposed to be."
In attendance for the night were plenty of show favourites, with lifted trucks and low-down dragsters. Plenty of folks have made it a Tuesday night staple to stop in and chat with both friends and strangers.
Part of what makes the show so big is how accessible it is. It's not restricted to rogue Cruiers members and is free to enter. Cars simply pull up, park in the designated zone at the Living Sky Casino, and enjoy the camaraderie of the car community.
And it wasn't just the regulars last night. Plenty of new, never-before-seen rides roll in each week, and last night was no different.
"Bring your car down," encouraged Schultz. " You can sit here for 20 minutes, you can sit here for an hour, you can be here till the sun comes back up again if you want. All we ask is that you just pick up after yourself and enjoy yourself."
Some of the more noticeable projects that rocked up to the spot was a Chevy C10 pickup truck, with beautiful paint and patina, styling some slick white rim covers.
Another was a pristine old Plymouth, with original delicate chrome work intact. These machines that have withstood the test of time are always impressive, as the love and care that goes into keeping them road-worthy is always very evident.
In the end, folks were able to take in another fantastic night of cars, people, and community. The Rogue Cruisers were happy to once again bring it all together. Schultz is excited for what's to come on September 19, next Tuesday.
"Everybody's kind of thinking we're going to have the end next week," said Schultz. "It's not going to be the end. We're just hoping to get it all done soon enough that we can still have some longer evenings and some more daylight for some people to come out and look at the cars."
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