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Fighting the addiction crisis in this country has been coming more and more to the forefront so a show that raises money for this is always worth while. The 3rd Annual Dialing In On Addiction show did just that. And it brought out a number of great cars and enthusiasts to take part in the event. Included in the lot was a beautiful Chevelle, a Chevy Corvette, a very clean custom roadster with suicide doors, a Plymouth Barracuda, a 1969 Chevy Nova, a well worn S10 Tahoe, a 1987 Honda CRX, and an Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible.
Here are more of the over 175 owners who braved the cold, unseasonably rainy day to come out for the 28th Annual Rollin' On the River Car Show. There was a Chevy Impala, a Camaro, a Corvair, a Mercury Cougar, a Ford Galaxie 500, a Chevelle, a Mercury Meteor, and a Mustang.
For the third straight year Crossroads Church in Florence has hosted the Dialing In On Addiction Car Show and this year the weather held out, bringing out a number of great automobiles. Last year the show was forced to be rushed to beat the coming rain but this year saw cool weather but mostly clear skies. This brought in a bunch of great rides, including a beautifully decorated Chrysler, a 1932 Ford Model B three window coupe, a smoking hot Plymouth Barracuda, a Dodge Challenger, a third generation Chevy Corvette, a 1967 Volkswagen van, a sweet looking Dodge roadster, and a 1971 Monte Carlo.