The Woodward Dream Cruise is all about reliving memories of fond times and creating new ones based on the sights and sounds surrounding Birmingham Saturday.
Ansey Miller of Clarkston shared one about his father and the passion for a late-1931 Model 'A' truck, which he parked alongside other members of the Oalkeaf Region Model A Club at their usual spot on Old Woodward Avenue in the heart of downtown Birmingham.
"It's just a good-old work truck. A nice old work truck," he said of the shiny green vehicle that used to be part of the Indiana Bell fleet. His father found it junked in an Indiana farm field in 1971 and resuscitated in Metro Detroit until Ansey took over about four years ago. It was the first time the vehicle showed at the Dream Cruise.
"I've been buying spots here with the club each of the last couple years thinking it'd be done, but this is the first year," he said proudly.
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