Cruise Ins

Cruise Ins

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Welcome to the Classic Car Cruise In page on the Flymall. Below you can find information on local cruise ins.

The Laytonsville Cruise In is every Friday, year round. We meet at 4 PM at Julliano's Brick Oven Pizza and the cars start arriving around 5 PM.

Click here for the Laytonsville Cruise In Facebook page



The address is: 6820 Olney Laytonsville Road Laytonsville, MD 20882

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2020 will mark the 11th year for the Laytonsville Cruise In. Started by Harry Kraemer, this has become one of the more popular cruise ins in Montgomery County with folks coming from as far as Frederick County, Carroll County, and even Washington D.C.

Below is a picture of the Charter Members of the Laytonsville Cruise In from the very first one on July 2 2010.

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We do have awards nights throughout the summer months.

If you or your company is interested in being a sponsor for some of the awards please contact Harry at harry@flymall.org

Click here for information on sponsoring awards



Below are some of the companies that have sponsored past award nights.

The Washington International Flight Academy co-sponsored June 2019



The Family Room of Laytonsville co-sponsored June 2019



The Frederick Flight Center co-sponsored July 2019



Advanced Helicopter Concepts co-sponsored July 2019



Kraemer Aviation Services co-sponsored July 2019




Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists in Etchison sponsored August 2019




Julliano's Brick Oven Pizza co-sponsored September 2019



Erdle Automotive and Marine co-sponsored September 2019



ATCO Tire co-sponsored September 2019



Frye Insurance Associates co-sponsored September 2019





Harry has made a standing reservation at Julliano's Brick Oven Pizza for a large table every Friday evening for the folks attending the cruise in. Harry & Pat arrive at 4pm every Friday (year round) to hold the table and to start getting some vehicles in place.

Click here for past pictures from the Laytonsville Cruise In





Click here for the Laytonsville Cruise In page on the Flymall




Click here for Julliano's Brick Oven Pizza website



In February 2018 a new shop opened in the shopping center where we have our Friday night cruise in. The Family Room. They have coffee, snacks, and specialty items for sale.

Click here for The Family Room website



Click here for info on a Wheels, Wings, and Keels event at Hummel Field in VA. This is a very nice event if you enjoy, boats, classic cars, and aircraft.



The Laytonsville cruise in is held every Friday night in Laytonsville, MD. Enjoy classic cars and brick oven pizza at Julliano's Brick Oven Pizza. Click on the link below to see pictures of their famous desert they call the volcano. See the link below for pictures.


Click here for pictures of the volcano



Jimmy Cone in Mt. Airy, Maryland is held on the first and third Saturday of the month April to October. Usually there will be 100 plus cars there. Great evening with lots of local food.


Connect with Harry on Facebook (Kraemer Aviation) to get quick updates, show news, and more. Our Facebook page has cool pictures of aircraft, vintage motorcycles & cars, and more.


For information on car shows and other cruise ins visit our events calendar.

Click here for our events calendar




If you are buying a classic car or motorcycle check out the market watch section of Flymall.org at http://flymall.org/market-watch/. This is a searchable database of prices, searchable by any combination of make, model, and year.



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