KENTWOOD, Mich. (WZZM)—This weekend, 28th Street is the place to be to see a lot of vintage wheels.
This is the 10th year for the 28th Street Metro Cruise, which brings classic cars and auto lovers to the busy corridor each summer. The celebration featuring music, displays and vendors stretches from Grandville to Cascade Township. It officially kicked off at Rogers Plaza in Wyoming at 4 p.m. Friday and runs through Saturday.
Some attendees this year are Leon and Bryce. There's an age difference between them -- Leon is 70, and Bryce is 22 -- but they're members of a car collector group and share a passion for automobiles. Their group is shrinking, and they say some members have aged out, while the younger generation seems less interested in cars.
"People are just looking at cars as just another thing that you have," Bryce said. He says it's key to foster an appreciation of car culture.