Trans Ams roll into town


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald On Saturday, the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in returned to downtown Tipp City. The event drew hundreds of classic cars and car enthusiasts despite rainy weather. Models including the Sprint, H.O., Esprit, S/E, Formula, Firehawk, Trans Am, and GTA from across the United States and Canada parked along Main Street and several side streets during the event. The Saturday night cruise-in is the highlight of a three day Trans-Am Nationals event held each year in Dayton. The event also included a 50/50 raffle, trophy presentations and music.


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.


Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald

Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald

On Saturday, the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in returned to downtown Tipp City. The event drew hundreds of classic cars and car enthusiasts despite rainy weather. Models including the Sprint, H.O., Esprit, S/E, Formula, Firehawk, Trans Am, and GTA from across the United States and Canada parked along Main Street and several side streets during the event.

The Saturday night cruise-in is the highlight of a three day Trans-Am Nationals event held each year in Dayton. The event also included a 50/50 raffle, trophy presentations and music.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald

Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald

Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald

Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.
https://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/09/web1_DSC_0214.jpgCecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald On Saturday, the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in returned to downtown Tipp City. The event drew hundreds of classic cars and car enthusiasts despite rainy weather. Models including the Sprint, H.O., Esprit, S/E, Formula, Firehawk, Trans Am, and GTA from across the United States and Canada parked along Main Street and several side streets during the event. The Saturday night cruise-in is the highlight of a three day Trans-Am Nationals event held each year in Dayton. The event also included a 50/50 raffle, trophy presentations and music.
https://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/09/web1_DSC_0206.jpgCecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald On Saturday, the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in returned to downtown Tipp City. The event drew hundreds of classic cars and car enthusiasts despite rainy weather. Models including the Sprint, H.O., Esprit, S/E, Formula, Firehawk, Trans Am, and GTA from across the United States and Canada parked along Main Street and several side streets during the event. The Saturday night cruise-in is the highlight of a three day Trans-Am Nationals event held each year in Dayton. The event also included a 50/50 raffle, trophy presentations and music.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.
https://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/09/web1_DSC_0205.jpgCecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.
https://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/09/web1_DSC_0201.jpgCecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.

Cecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.
https://www.weeklyrecordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2018/09/web1_DSC_0202.jpgCecilia Fox | Weekly Record Herald Downtown Tipp City played host to hundreds of Trans Am cars last Saturday during the annual Trans Am Nationals cruise-in. Rain threatened to fall throughout the evening, causing many car owners to close hoods and roll up windows, but didn’t stop car enthusiasts from attending.