West Toledo resident Louie Wueller took home the prize for best in show as well as resident's choice for his 1930 Ford Model A.
From the iconic Mustang to antique motorcycles, those who attended the first Cruise In at Sunset in Sylvania Township viewed an array of makes and models of prized motorized vehicles.
Sunset Village, a retirement community off of Sylvania-Metamora Road, hosted its first car show on its sprawling campus on Saturday. The event included food and music, and on the spot antique appraisals. It was a family effort, an idea which employees came up with, and their families chipped in to coordinate it.
I Dorothy Mockensturm, director of development and communication at Sunset, said, "We have that beautiful land here and this something that we all wanted to do in bits and pieces."
Matt Moenter, the Sunset information systems director, suggested an all-around car show because he and his family attend them frequently.
Proceeds collected from the participation fees and a 50/50 raffle will benefit the Residents' Assistance Fund of the non-profit based long term care center.
Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don't attack other readers personally, and keep your language decent. Comments that violate these standards, or our privacy statement or visitor's agreement, are subject to being removed and commenters are subject to being banned. To post comments, you must be a registered user on toledoblade.com. To find out more, please visit the FAQ.