ROGER ROHRDANZ December 05, 2022 All Feature Vehicles
It took place on the lush grounds of the Whittier Area Community Church and the weather was perfect for the event. As usual, it was more than only a car show. For one thing, admission is free and event organizers are more than happy to have everyone attend. That being said, the main draw of course are the vehicles.
There were 410 classic pre-‘76 cars for spectators to enjoy, along with nostalgia funny cars & dragsters! In additon people could take in the live music, try seven different food trucks, and visit many vendor booths. With games, raffle prizes, activities for kids, and some freebies to take home like event T-shirts, it really made for an all-around fun afternoon.
The car show is open to all makes and models of American, foreign classic, and collector vehicles, 1976 and older. We suggest you get your ride there as well. You might be awarded a trophy in one of the various vehicle categories. Plus all net proceeds from this event fund community projects in the Whittier Area.
Editor’s Note: A version of this article first appeared in the July 2016 print issue of the Drive Magazine.