Do you enjoy car shows?
It’s always nice to take a step back in time and stroll through rows of classic cars, admiring their craftsmanship and the ingenuity of the days of old.
We’ve got a 365 Things To Do AROUND Pasadena™ outing that any car enthusiast would enjoy.
PLEASE NOTE: Time/Date UPDATED FOR 2013. Info on the actual cars appearing is from 2011.
The San Marino Motor Classic – Design in Motion & CCCA Grand Classic is taking place June 9th, 2013 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm @ Lacy Park
A showcase of American and European classic cars from 1925-1947 and a contemporary collection including ground breaking hybrids and Super Cars
Currently there are 216 cars scheduled to participate. One of the cars alone is said to be worth $7 million.
Many of the cars have been designated as classics by the Classic Car Club of America.
In addition, there will be 16 other classes, including vintage Jaguars, Porsches, Covevettes, Ferraris, Mercedes-Benz, Woodies, Super Cars, Italian Sports Cars, and Brass Era Cars.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. VIP tickets are priced at $125.
For more information, please call (626) 578-1109. The purchase of a VIP ticket includes admission, dining, beverages and more.
Proceeds from will benefit The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA and the San Marino Rotary charities.
We hear they are expecting quite a crowd this weekend, so we hope you are able to get out and enjoy the show!
What are some of your favorite cars to check out?
This little beauty, a 1950 Jaguar XK 120 will be making an appearance at the car show this Sunday.
It is owned by Creighton Turner of Pasadena, Ca.
The restoration was completed by John Harb, owner of The Shop Auto Body in Los Angeles, CA.
John Harb has also been invited to be a judge at this Sundays show. If you’ve got questions on custom restorations or exotic paint jobs, he’s the man to see!
Enjoy your time at Lacy Park and be sure to post pictures of your favorite entries.
Visit 365 Things To Do In Pasadena® for more fun activities in Pasadena California and surrounding neighborhoods.