The cruise-in draws participants from the surrounding areas stretching from the Virginia border to the Sandhills ~ West from Wilkes County and East to Alamance and Wake Counties. If the weather is kind, the cruise-in will draw as many as 250 cars.
Music and 50/50 Raffle
Music will be provided throughout the evening by DJ Barry Lentz and there will also be a 50/50 raffle tonight.
A Symphony of Sights and Sounds
For three hours on a warm, Monday evening, the town square is transformed into a colorful, busy symphony of sight and sounds.
The cruise-ins also provide car owners the opportunity to get out and drive, which is the real fun of owning a classic car. Enthusiasts come together to share their love of cars with others and to answer questions about cars, the town of Mocksville and the cruise-ins.
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The weather looks great for the cruise-in tonight… come on out and join us! If you can’t make it tonight, Classic Car “Cruise-Ins” are held in Mocksville on the first and third Monday of each month from April through October.