WESTLAKE, Ohio — More than 60 classic and exotic cars lined Main Street in Crocker Park in Westlake on Sunday afternoon as hundreds of people took advantage of the great fall-like weather to stroll past the highly polished cars. The cars were part of the “Cars in the Park ’20” car show sponsored by the Rafih Auto Group in North Olmsted.
Cars from the 1960 1/4 u2032s, including a 1960 Ford Country Squire station wagon, to a 2020 Porsche Taycan electric, were on display for car enthusiasts to enjoy. There were a handful of 60 1/4 u2032s muscle cars, and many newer high performance cars.
Up and down the street people could be seen taking photos of and selfies with some of the cars including a rare 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda, and many Lamborghinis and and Ferraris. Proceeds from the show benefited the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge.
In addition to just looking at the cars, people could vote online for their favorite cars in three different categories, “Best in Show,” “Most Likely to be Cast in a Movie,” and “Most Likely to be Ticketed.”
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