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Terry Myron, of Orland Park, shows off his 1968 Dodge Charger RT at Cruise Nights held June 6 at downtown Tinley Park. Bob Klein/22nd Century Media
Russell D. Ooms, of Orland Park, poses next to his 1956 Buick Century that comes complete with a drive-in food tray at the first installment of Cruise Nights held June 6 at downtown Tinley Park.
Oak Forest residents Marge Vetterick (left) and her son, Bill, bring a 1929 Ford Model A Phaeton Convertible to the car show.
Wendy Merc, of Palos Heights, sits next to her 1962 Corvette, which she has nicknamed “Little Red.”
Megann Horstead, Freelance Reporter
3:06 pm CDT June 12, 2017

Vintage classics and hot, exotic cars lined the streets of downtown Tinley Park at the opening night of Cruise Nights. 

Held on June 6, the four-hour showcase offered an opportunity for area residents to strut their cars, enjoy some food and show support for the Bremen Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2791. Cruise Nights is a tradition in Tinley Park, which kicks off the Village’s summer festivities. Cruise Nights is sponsored by the Tinley Park MainStreet Commission and presented by Post 2791.