Oldies Car Club has become known for doing their show at San Fernando High School on-and-off since the mid-’90s. This show is now considered to be the biggest show in the San Fernando Valley, with well over 600 cars on display. The cars came from all over, including Tijuana, Las Vegas, Arizona, NorCal, and several other places to compete in over sixty categories of Lowrider greatness. Oldies also had 15 special award plaques and six Best of Show trophies to hand out to the most worthy of participants. Given, the show’s reputation, the attendance for the event keeps growing year after year; a fact not lost on the organizers. “This year, we had the highest amount of spectators we have ever hosted with this event; almost 3,500 people came out,” says George Mirzoian.
Many celebrities came to the show as well, including WC, Veteran actor, Danny Trejo from “Machete,” and Oldies honorary member, George Lopez. “George Lopez brought out his green ’51 Chevy with the Mexican flag on the roof. We would like to thank him for donating his time and coming out.”
A huge portion of the proceeds from the event goes to buy new equipment for the San Fernando High School football team. The club would like to thank all the car clubs and solo riders for coming out and supporting the show and assisting in helping out a good cause. They also send out a special thanks to the San Fernando Valley Car and Truck Club Council.