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Weirdest and wackiest of the Dream Cruise
Ian Thibodeau, The Detroit News
Published 10:03 a.m. ET Aug. 20, 2017 | Updated 12:07 p.m. ET Aug. 20, 2017
Dwayne Green of Pontiac looks at an audaciously pink 1934 Chevy Coupe with plenty of horsepower on Pike Street in Pontiac, at the 23rd annual Woodward Dream Cruise, Saturday, Aug.19, 2017. Max Ortiz, The Detroit News
Nicole Lapointe, of Detroit, and a member of Ghostbusters Detroit fan club, stands next to a 1977 AMC Wagoneer, modified to look like the Ecto 1 vehicle from the movie "Ghostbusters," in Ferndale. David Guralnick, The Detroit News
A float in support of President Donald Trump, driven by Livonia resident Rob Cortis, makes an appearance at the Woodward Dream Cruise. Cortis calls his mobile the Trump Unity Bridge. Melissa Burden, The Detroit News