KANSAS CITY, Mo. - KCI will host a cruise night Saturday September 14 east of the airport from 3:00 -8:00 p.m.
Hundreds of classic, muscle and special-interest cars will be showcased, like a scene from the movie American Graffiti.
The Kansas City Aviation Department has held cruises since 2007, drawing an estimated 500 cars, 300 spectator cars and hundreds of attendees.
The show will be held at the Ambassador Building at 12200 NW Ambassador Drive east of KCI.
The Aviation Department plans the events as fund raisers for the cities Combined Charities program.
Maps and information are available at flykci.com/cruise.
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