Vintage classics cruise through D Street

Rancho Cucamonga resident Ray Osuna’s 1952 Chevy 3100 truck was one of many classic cars on display at downtown La Verne’s annual Cool Cruise Classic Car show Saturday. Osuna has owned the Chevy for 12 years and restored the vehicle to its current condition. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
Rancho Cucamonga resident Ray Osuna’s 1952 Chevy 3100 truck was one of many classic cars on display at downtown La Verne’s annual Cool Cruise Classic Car show Saturday. Osuna has owned the Chevy for 12 years and restored the vehicle to its current condition. / photo by William Zeus Hardy
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William Zeus Hardy, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times. His work can also be found at williamhardy.mypixieset.com.

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