Papas Pizza hosts classic car night

Classic cars from as early as the 50s line up at Papa's Pizza for their classic car night. Photo by Cyote Williams
Martin Kaiser's ‘55 Ford that he purchased last fall. Photo by Cyote Williams
Ken Stonewall’s ‘54 Buick. Photo by Cyote Williams
Bill and Connie Smith arrive in their 2005 Chevy SSR, one of the many classic cars in their collection. Photo by Cyote Williams

The seasons are changing and finally bringing warm weather to the city, which gives everyone the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the sun.

One of the best parts about the temperature rising is getting out of the house and back into the world.

During the brazen winter months, classic cars are hidden in garages and under tarps to shield them away from the damaging conditions.

Now, with the sun out and the breeze blowing, it’s the perfect time to dust off those vintage rides, roll down the windows and show everyone what has been hiding over the past several months.

Papa’s Pizza in Toledo is giving the citizens of Tama and Toledo just the opportunity to do that by hosting a classic car night every Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m.

On May 10, several classic cars came to the restaurant’s parking lot while the drivers were able to enjoy a 20 percent discount for showing off their rides.