Area residents combine cool rides, great times

RANDOLPH — The Sleepy town of Randolph is quiet during the late afternoon hours of Wednesday. In the distance a rumbling sound begins to stir. At first little more than a whisper but it quickly gains in strength until the roar of engines can be heard.

One by one the little parking lot on the north side of the auditorium begins to fill with classic cars. There is a 1972 Chevy Chevelle SS, a 1955 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, a 1968 Mustang Coupe, a black 1963 Chevrolet Belair and more. Slowly, the owners get out of their cars and go to greet one another as old friends they haven’t seen in years, when in reality it probably has only been a week or two at most.

“Tri-County Cruisers started as an idea to get people to drive their old cars instead of just letting them gather dust, said Jim Kilburn.

 

 

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