"The community likes the events that go on," said Crescenta Valley
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jean Maluccio, who said about
300 to 400 residents are expected for the event. "It's something they
can walk to and bring the family. It doesn't cost anything."
Though perusing the automotive showcase is free, residents who
attend the event can put in votes for their favorites for $2.
Last year's winners include a 1930 Model A Tudor, a 1939 Chevrolet
Coup, a 1956 Ford F-150 and a Chrysler Roadster.
Residents hoping to enter their classic wheels in the show for $20
can pick up entry forms at the chamber office, 3131 Foothill Blvd.,
Tim Mitchell Plumbing, 2636 Foothill Blvd., Bruce's Automotive, 2801
Foothill Blvd., Certified Automotive, 2865 Foothill Blvd., Lloyd's
Wheel and Brake, 2445 Foothill Blvd., Crescenta Valley Insurance,
3923 Foothill Blvd., and Ultramart Station, 2660 Foothill Blvd.