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Gallery: Carnegie's annual Cruise On Main

Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Dylan Messner, 8, throws his hands in the air after beating his sister Jamie Messner, 6, both of Carnegie in a matchbox car race in front of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Store during Carnegie's annual Cruise On Main Saturday.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>Dylan Messner, 8, throws his hands in the air after beating his sister Jamie Messner, 6, both of Carnegie in a matchbox car race in front of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Store during Carnegie's annual Cruise On Main Saturday.
Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - James Maurer, 6, of Carnegie passes a by a Volkswagon Beetle during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>James Maurer, 6, of Carnegie passes a by a Volkswagon Beetle during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.
Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Nico Valentine, 7, of Carnegie looks for a match box car to race on a track in front of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Store during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item</em></div>Nico Valentine, 7, of Carnegie looks for a match box car to race on a track in front of the Pittsburgh Grand Prix Store during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.
Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item - Owen Wilcox, 3, of Dormont enjoys a lollipop while sitting next to a 1940 Chevy during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em> Randy Jarosz | For The Signal Item </em></div>Owen Wilcox, 3, of Dormont enjoys a lollipop while sitting next to a 1940 Chevy during Carnegie's Cruise On Main.

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Some great old cars were on display recently at Carnegie's annual Cruise On Main.
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