Bryce Airgood Detroit Free Press Published 12:57 p.m. UTC Aug 10, 2018 Tango and cha cha lessons take a backseat to rumbling pipes and popping hoods next Saturday in Royal Oak, as a dance school makes way for the Woodward Dream Cruise. The traffic and crowds of the annual car-enthusiast event bring too much chaos; so each year, Arthur Murray Dance Studio shuts down for the day. But the parking lot along 30532 Woodward Avenue — just south of 13 Mile — is perfect for Dream Cruise fans. “We’re basically right in the center of all the happenings, so a good place to be,” said Emaline Martin, executive assistant at the dance studio. For the past five years, Salvatore Toscano of St. Clair Shores has rented out the dance studio’s parking lot for him and his car-collector friends who motor in from as far as Boston, Indiana and Wisconsin. He said the arrangement makes it possible for them to have all their cars in the same place; they use the space to eat, drink and rent out spots for $125 each to other car collectors who want to join them. The fee collection makes up the cost of about $2,500 to rent out the… Read full this story
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