Photo gallery: 19th annual Cannibal Cruise in Truckee |

Photo gallery: 19th annual Cannibal Cruise in Truckee

Greyson Howard and Amy Edgett
Sierra Sun
Sierra Sun/Greyson HowardMore than 100 classic cars were on hand for this past weekend's 19th annual Cannibal Cruise in Truckee.

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; More than 100 classic cars rumbled into Truckee over the weekend, ranging from Corvettes and Cobras to a Ferrari and a limousine from the golden era of Hollywood for the 19th annual Cannibal Cruise at Truckee Regional Park.

Sierra Sun photographers Greyson Howard and Amy Edgett attended the cruise. To view a photo gallery from the three-day event, visit

In 2008 there were 230 classic vehicles on display, dozens of craft fair vendors and thousands of spectators.

For information about the cruise or if you would like to enter your car or be a vendor, please call (530) 582-9062 or go to

The Truckee Optimist Club is a nonprofit service club and all proceeds from this and other Optimist sponsored events go directly to programs, grants, and scholarships for the Youth of Truckee.

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