Car count was a bit low, too. But there was a lot of car-related competition Saturday. A lot of people probably had enough heat at Kansas Speedway this afternoon, there was a big World of Outlaws race at Lakeside, and there were several other cruises going on around town at the same time.
There were still plenty of nice cars out there dripping with humidity, though. There were several great Corvettes under the farmer's market canopy, including a nice '67 small block. MOPAR fans had several things to get excited about, including a trio of early Barracudas, a Barrett-Jackson-worthy Challenger T/A, and a Plymouth Roadrunner "Superbird" convertible. Even the other half were represented by a V12 Jaguar XKE roadster.
Surprisingly, I ended up with a pretty big slideshow in spite of the light turnout. You can see those pictures below.
Parkville usually holds these things on the first Saturday of the month throughout the summer. But they do take the month off in July because the Fourth of July carnival takes up the space. So the next Parkville Cruise Night will be on August 6.