With the flick of a switch from the driver’s seat, the trunk of Rod Hessler’s 2007 Cadillac XLR convertible pops open and the hard-top roof moves out, up and toward the front of the car on mechanized arms before settling on the body.
A group of local car enthusiasts will hold on Saturday the third annual Dyno Day, an event designed for people to show off their cars and compete against each other in torque and horsepower contests.
A trip down memory lane rolled through Billings’ downtown as hundreds of classic cars paraded the streets when the annual Burn the Point kicked off Friday night.
A rusted-over Ford Model T sat next to a gleaming, polished 1958 Chevrolet. A newer, souped-up Honda Civic stood out in stark contrast to the classic roadster to its right.