Bolton Motors Cruise Night

Since May, on the first Tuesday of every month, Bolton Motors, in Bolton, has sponsored a Cruise Night. The auto company, which has been around for twenty three years in a garage that has been around since 1925, has invited anyone with an antique car to join them. They’ve been averaging fifty to sixty cars a night, coming from all over the state. The final cruise night for this season will be in September, but they hope to continue the event next year as well.

Ed Jolly, of Willington, gets into his 1959  Corvette at the conclusion of the cruise night, next to his wife's 1963 Corvette split window Stingray. The rare 1963 split window Stingray Corvette to his left, is owned and driven by Joly's wife.

Ed Jolly, of Willington, gets into his 1959 Corvette at the conclusion of the cruise night, next to his wife’s 1963 Corvette split window Stingray. The rare 1963 split window Stingray Corvette to his left, is owned and driven by Joly’s wife.

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