2018-08-22 / Features

Rox N' Roll

STORY AND PHOTOS BY BY ANNA FLETCHER
COURIER-TIMES STAFF WRITER


Reagan Mathis stays cool with a Rox n’ Roll logo’d fan. Reagan Mathis stays cool with a Rox n’ Roll logo’d fan. Friday’s Rox n’ Roll Cruise-in was Kids Night, as Main Street in Uptown Roxboro was blocked off for young and old car enthusiasts alike.

Dreamwork’s Motorsports displayed a few custom cars, and JAMS soft serve ice cream truck served up cool treats as the sun set on another hot summer day.

Next month’s cruise-in will be Date Night, featuring specials designed for two; and October’s theme will be Fright Night, just in time for Halloween.



Classic vehicles were parked all along Main and several side streets. Classic vehicles were parked all along Main and several side streets.

Classic vehicles were parked all along Main and several side streets. Classic vehicles were parked all along Main and several side streets.

Nicholas Shivley, left, and Warren Long check out an old classic. Nicholas Shivley, left, and Warren Long check out an old classic.

Waverly Crawley preps his vehicle. Waverly Crawley preps his vehicle.

Bill Walters, left, and David Bell prep their motorcycles. Bill Walters, left, and David Bell prep their motorcycles.

Jacob Eastwood looks over an old classic. Jacob Eastwood looks over an old classic.

Young and old car enthusiasts strolled through uptown Friday night. Young and old car enthusiasts strolled through uptown Friday night.

Barry Betts, left, Jack Long and Tina Long look over an engine. Barry Betts, left, Jack Long and Tina Long look over an engine.

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