The ninth annual Sturgis Hot Cruisin' Nights Car Show captivated the local audience in South Dakota, as the 46 cars, trucks, motorcycles and tractors that lined the streets represented the various tastes of the area residents, reported the Meade County Times-Tribune.
Several residents had entered their favorite farm vehicles into the show, as the John Deere 4wd tractors that were in this year's event were well received, according to the news source.
"We're the in the garage type of car show," Tony Fortier, an employee with The Knuckle and an event organizer, told the Times-Tribune. "There are so many car shows that we try to mix it up."
Roger Anderson and his wife brought two of the John Deere tractors to the show, as he noted that though the event is named for the cars that grace the streets during the procession, his vehicles are always supported by the attendees, the news source reported.
The 5D/5E series of tractors is part of the new line for John Deere, as the vehicles range from 45 to 75 horsepower, according to the company website.