Like your wheels? Bring ‘em to WCC

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Classic vehicles fill the WCC parking lot at last year’s Cars & Bikes On Campus show. (Photo by Steve Kuzma)

Classic vehicles fill the WCC parking lot at last year’s Cars & Bikes On Campus show. (Photo by Steve Kuzma)

If you have a car or motorcycle you’re proud of, show it off at Washtenaw Community College’s 13th annual Cars & Bikes On Campus show.

The event takes place on Sunday, Sept. 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in parking lots 2 and 3.

Whether vintage, original, old or new, bring it out for a chance to win a custom, hand-made trophy made out of car parts. Events at the show include:

  • Tour of WCC’s Auto Service, Auto Body, Advanced Manufacturing, Motorcycle, Welding, and Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Departments.
  • Motorcycle Dyno Shoot Out (begins at 10am); categories include Best Modified Stock Metric and Best Unlimited American.
  • Family fun: children’s activities, food and beverages, and musical entertainment.

“This marks our 13th year of hosting Cars & Bikes on Campus, which showcases some of the finest cars and bikes from members of our community, as well as our students, faculty and staff,” said Brandon Tucker, Dean of Advanced Technology & Public Service Careers at WCC. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for us to showcase their talents and the state-of-the-art labs and classrooms. All funds raised go directly to support scholarships for students within our programs.”

To register your car or motorcycle, visit www.store.wccnet.edu/carsoncampus.

For more information about Cars & Bikes On Campus, call 734-973-3550 or email carandbikeshow@wccnet.edu.

This story originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of On The Record.

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