CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Traffic was rerouted through downtown Chambersburg for several hours Saturday so owners of street rods, vintage cars, motorcycles and classic cars could show off their vehicles.
The third annual Cruisin' Main Street, sponsored by the Chambersburg Area Council for the Arts and the Downtown Business Council of Chambersburg, brought more than 120 shiny vehicles, all obviously loved and well cared-for by their owners, to downtown Chambersburg.
A 1993 Gold Wing Trike motorcycle owned by Blaine and Betty Niswander of Chambersburg sat on the town's center square. The Niswanders have ridden it to Texas, Missouri, Michigan and New Hampshire.
"It's comfortable," Betty Niswander said. "It has all the comforts of home except for a roof when it's raining."
She said the driver steers the vehicle.
"You don't lean, like with a motorcycle," she said.
David and Beverly Sword of Greencastle, Pa., brought their 1966 Olds Cutlass to the show. David Sword said they have had the car for almost 30 years. He restored it after using it as the family car for many years.