Since the early age of eighteen, VP and organizer George Mirzoian from the “Oldies Car Club” has dedicated a lot of his time to cars. As he got older he realized he could make a difference when San Fernando Valley High School’s coach contacted him and asked to help raise money for proper football uniforms. For George this charity hits close to home because he says, “football helped me stay out of trouble. If the school district can’t assist in what’s important then it’s time for the community to get involved.”
For five years the “Oldies Car Club” has held an annual car show that brings different car clubs together from different parts of California. With seven hundred vehicles and around three to five thousand spectators, a car show of that magnitude is no easy task. As early as dawn, George arrives to make this car show a memorable one for all to see.
The “Oldies Car Club” is one of the twelve chapters the car club owns. From Texas, Arizona, Fresno, Stockton, Inland Empire and of course the San Fernando Valley, a total of 100 cars, it’s clear that this club knows what it’s doing.
In the SFV chapter there are twelve members and 15 cars. As George describes it, “the quality of cars and the time dedicated into the cars” is what makes for not only the car club but the car show itself to be successful.
by Ryan Cash