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By Jill Brubaker Reigh
Hollidaysburg Correspondent 

Classic Cars Line the Streets of Hollidaysburg During Cruise-In


Jill Brubaker Reigh

Mike Leamer of Hollidaysburg shines the engine of his 1970 Pontiac GTO that he has owned for 25 years. He did all the restoration except for painting. This 99 percent original "numbers car" GTO has won many awards.

After a wet week, the only slick thing on this Friday evening, May 31, were the buffed chrome fenders and wheels on the classic cars lining the streets of Downtown Hollidaysburg. Gleaming metal shone in the sunshine as Friday evening brought droves of folks to the Diamond.

The event was the popular Downtown Hollidaysburg Allegheny Street Cruise-In hosted by the Borough of Hollidaysburg. The event originally started with the borough's 175th anniversary, returning for its ninth year. Stuckey Automotive sponsored the event.

What besides cool cars can beckon visitors than some great music? How...

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