Most of downtown Monroe took a step back in time Saturday for a classic revival. Whether you were into cars or music, the 50s and 60s were well represented at the Annual Classic Car Show.
Streets were shut down, parking lots blocked off, and car enthusiasts were able to enjoy the weather, the music, the food and their appreciation for a huge collection of classic cars.
If you were one of the unfortunate ones who missed this show, make plans to attend the 11th Annual Benefit Classic Car Show in Loganville on May 30, 2015. This is an collaboration of the The Masters’ Car Club and the City of Loganville in support of Logan House, a non-profit shelter for women and children in need.