Burger King in Manassas VA has turned into the largest Cruise in Northern Virginia. On nice nights, there are over 300 vehicles present! From I-66 take VA 234 Bypass to South VA 28 exit. Drive about 1/2 mile and turn left when you see Burger King.

The Wall of Fame :-)

You never know who or what you will see at BK!!!
We have celebrities...

...Mr. James Brown and his awesome custom truck!
we have pretty girls...

we have dudes with snakes...

we have more than just cars. We even get vintage artillery...

...we have people and cars from all over!

How's that for a wheelie?!

A vintage soapbox racer came to visit.

Bring the kids, we even have a storytime!

The gentleman spinnin' the "Car Tunes" is Craig Hennige, the driver of the old "Whooppee" car! He was visiting from Maryland and was nice enough to guest DJ at BK. Everyone loved it! We hope he makes a return appearance real soon!

....and the fella in the red shirt drove the "Flying Wedge" back in the day.

There was a nice turn-out for the Bull Run Street Rods' Halloween Show. Lots of toys were collected for the Prince William Co. Sheriff's office.

King of the Burger King, Doug the First, and

his Jester, but how DO you tell which is which????

Looks like Chuck had a good time!

Guess who got a new car!!
Members of the "Karb Kings" came up for a visit. Cool shirts!

Doug Rowland's Procharged, small block Ford powered, Mercury Montego

Leon's blown alcohol injected Chevelle

This monster blown 540 Camaro is owned by Rob Goode.

All Hail King Rob!

Rob's other 1000+ horsepower Camaro.

Stacked and packed! Bill Bolin was visiting from Annapolis MD with his double blown Goat.

You can see more pics of Bill's car here.

Killer Willys!!

Care to guess how much HP this BB Chevelle makes?

Over 1000!?!

Guess who got a new motor!

Two bad azz Big Block Fords!

2 blown small block Cobras, one Vortec and one Paxton

This beautiful 1957 Pro Street Bel Air was painted by Mark Warnock.

These nice folks drove ~100 miles (one way!!) from Kent Island, MD to visit us here at Burger King.


It's not all cars. A growing group of motorcycles make the scene too.

This was the first big night of the 2004 season. Nice weather and a ton of cars made for a great cruise. Blower cars, Rods, ProStreet, Classics, Cobras, Musclecars...last night BK had them all! You would have needed 10W40 and a shoehorn to fit any more cars into this lot! Cars were parked on the grass and lined up on the street! Hope it's like this every weekend for the whole season! :-)

Mean looking Mopar...

with Hemi power to back up the look!

American Grafitti comes to Manassas!

One beautiful beast of a car.

Another clean classic!

A very nice Ranchero!

Hey little Cobra...

...with a wild intake.

1968 GT Fastback Mustang...

...with big block FE power to spare from a stroked 427.

Purple people eater blown Camaro...

...tastefully done!

...yet another blown Camaro!

Everyone came out tonight!


Super clean 502 Camaro owned by Bob "Dr. Love" Love.


Mopar Row!
Mopar Row

Fabulous Flames!
Flames on Fairlane and Chevy

A pair of tubbed Big Block Fords!
Greg Fermo's 9 second Chevy!

355 small block Chevy, 14:1, port injected nitrous, Dart II heads, belt drive and roller cam.
Classy Corvette....from Bethesda, MD!

'63 T-bolt clone

The clone's 427 engine.

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