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Chi-Town Sta-Bil Kruze to roll June 4

November 22, 2010
Owners of up to 2,000 classic cars are expected to take part in a rare opportunity to cruise along Chicago's historic Lake Shore Drive, during the inaugural Chi-Town STA-BIL Kruze on June 4. The participating cars will create a loop from Montrose Street to 31st Street as they showcase their nostalgia while driving with local traffic. The cars then will gather at Soldier Field for a Classic Car Show. The Kruze is open to all road-approved vehicles, but there is a $20 registration fee to participate in the Soldier Field segment, which is limited to the first 750 pre-1980 cars. The Kruze is 8-10 a.m. The Car Show is 11 a.m.-3 p.m. For more details and to register, see Gold Eagle, a producer and marketer of brands like STA-BIL fuel stabilizer, is the event's presenting sponsor. The company was founded in Chicago more than 70 years ago. The event's official media partner is WJMK-FM, 104.3 Radio. Station General Manager Dave Robbins said he plans "to make the Kruze the Chicago car enthusiast's high point of the year." The not-for-profit Chi-Town Kruze Organization consists of a number of local business owners with a passion for automobiles.