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Friday Night at the Country Roads Car Club’s Cruise-In

With only a handful of Cruise-Ins remaining for the 2011 season, we decided to take Peg’s new Fiat 500C out for a drive. The temperatures were perfect because of the overcast skies. Rain was threatening the entire day and this kept the turn-out a little low. Still, a good variety of vehicles were present and we were able to chat with friends. Peg’s Fiat drew a small crowd as not many people have seen the new car up close. I kind of felt like a car salesman answering all the questions about her car.

We enjoy this cruise-in which is located in the Home Depot Shopping Center in Ranson, WV.





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