(PHOTOS) The first Tucker Cruise In of 2022

Alex polishes the bumper of his 1959 Chevrolet Apache pickup truck during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Tucker, GA — Despite cold temperatures, gray skies and a little frozen precipitation, there was a good turnout for the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9.

The Cruise-Ins take place the second Saturday of the month, April through September from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Main Street in Tucker.  The next one is May 14. Admission is free and the cost for your car to be entered in the judging is $5. For information visit: tuckercruisein.com.

Dave Williams stands with his 1982 American LaFrance fire truck during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Stylishly attired for the winter like weather, Mac stands next to Joe Thompson’s 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Judy Miller stays warm inside her husband Wayne’s 1957 Chevy during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Organizer Chip Cofer stands with this year’s T-shirt during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Tommy Clack, on left, who owns a 1999 Chevy Z71 truck and Larry Dodson who owns a 1967 Corvette, are dressed for the cold weather during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Lenny Major flies an American flag from the antenna of his 1963 Chevrolet Corvair during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
People walk past a classic car during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Despite the blustery weather, a good size crowd still came out for the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
David Brownell, who owns a 1956 Packard, checks under the hood of Charlie Rivera’s 1920 Hudson during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Rick Kamen, who was showing his 1964 Ford Econoline van, reacts as the sun shines through a break in the clouds during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Classic cars line up along Main Street during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse
Classic cars and Main Street businesses are reflected in The Local No. 7’s front window during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
People look at a 1958 Pontaic Bonneville owned by Richard Burgess during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Geoffroi checks out John Dunn’s 1950 Dodge COE (cab over engine) during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Ella Wynn, MaryEllen, NoraKate, Kyle and Cooper Ensign sit on a bench on Main Street during the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Dad Kyle was showing his 1969 Ford Mustang. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Gene Lee and Daisy came out for the first Tucker Cruise In of 2022 on Saturday, April 9. Photo by Dean Hesse.

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