Vintage automobiles from the age of eye-popping chrome covers and fenders dotted the Port Orchard waterfront at the 32nd annual CRUZ Car Show. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

Vintage automobiles from the age of eye-popping chrome covers and fenders dotted the Port Orchard waterfront at the 32nd annual CRUZ Car Show. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

CRUZ-ing down by the waterfront

Car show sponsored by the Saints Car Club draws in the classic auto fanciers by the thousands

PORT ORCHARD — Cars of just about all stripes and colors lined up at the Port Orchard waterfront for the 32nd annual CRUZ Car Show on Sunday, Aug. 11.

CRUZ organizer Roger Jensen estimated beforehand that up to 600 classic cars would be on display at Kitsap County’s largest single-day event on the year, sponsored by the Saints Car Club of Port Orchard.

While crowd estimates are typically hard to come by since the event is free to attend, Jensen said the show typically welcomes up to 12,000 visitors each year.

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