The event at
And of course, many, many cars will be on display.
"It's going to be a car show as well as an open house," said
Hot Rod City is a collection of five already established businesses that decided to come together at a
According to LaRose, Hot Rod City is "
"(The five businesses) were all located elsewhere and we all kind of knew each other anyways so we all kind of came into the armory building," said LaRose.
The name Hot Rod City was first brought up as a joke, said LaRose, but it had a nice ring to it and stuck.
The five businesses in Hot Rod City are a diner, a music shop, two motorcycle shops, and the business that all the others are centered around,
D-Vision Custom Cycle produces custom motorcycles, metal fabrication, and does old school
"We're all quite synergetic," said LaRose of the five businesses. "We all kind of feed off of each other."
LaRose said that once the celebration is over on Saturday, there will still be plenty opportunities for area residents to check out some classic cars and motorcycles.
"One of the other things that we are doing here as well is we are actually doing cruise-ins every Thursday night," said LaRose. At these cruise-ins anyone with a classic car, or anyone with a desire to see a classic car, can show up and join the fun.
"We're really trying to create a destination where people can come and hang out," said LaRose.
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