Classic cruise in Michigan town
Image: Sicnag, 2013
The aptly named town of Cadillac in Michigan played host to a classic car tour earlier this month, with more than 240 vintage vehicles hitting the streets, to celebrate the best of the automotive industry and also raise money for breast cancer research.
A 1968 Buick Skylark convertible was the most recognisable classic on the day because it had been specially repainted in bright pink to raise awareness about the charitable cause which the cruise was supporting.
As well as the eye-catching Buick Skylark, there were also some impressive custom vehicle, including a DeLorean which had been adapted by its owner to look just like the one used in Back to the Future, according to CadillacNews.com.
While the vehicles involved in the cruise were predominantly of American origin, there were a few imports, including a Ferrari 355.
Organisers were pleased with the turnout for this year's event, since there were over 100 more cars present than were recorded at last year's event.
The intention was to help spread a positive message about the good work that is being done to help combat breast cancer and also to give auto enthusiasts the opportunity to showcase their prized possessions.