|10||Granada Hills* - Tuesday Cruz-In - Chatsworth & Lindley St. - 6PM - Flyer|
|10||Laguna Hills* - Dark - Show Returns on 01-07-14 - Chick-fil-A - 24011 El Toro Rd. - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|11||Downey* - Bob's Big Boy Broiler Drive-In - 7447 Firestone Blvd. - 5PM - 10PM - Flyer|
|11||Riverside* - Original Roadhouse Grill - 3838 Tyler St. - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|11||Simi Valley* - Weekly Cruise Night - See Flyer for Location - Changes Each Week - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|11||West Covina* - Car & Bike Show at Hooters - 3041 E. Garvey Ave. N. - 4:30PM - 7:30PM - Flyer|
|12||Anaheim* - Thursday Night Cruise at Angelos - Brookhurst & Ball - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|13||Buena Park* - Classic Car Fridays - Elks Lodge 7212 Melrose St. - 4PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|13||Carson - Road Kings So. Bay Cruise Night - 270 E. Sepulveda Blvd. - 6PM - 10PM - Flyer|
|13||Garden Grove* - 12891 Historic Main Street - 4PM - 8PM - Flyer|
|13||Riverside - Tuxie's Carshow - 6030 Magnolia Ave. - 5PM - Flyer|
|14||El Segundo - ADM Camino Christmas Toy Challenge - ADM 610 Lairport St. - Noon - 4PM - Flyer|
|14||Garden Grove - Elks Lodge 1952 - 11551 Trask Ave. - 10AM - 2PM - Flyer|
|14||Huntington Beach* - Donut Derelicts - Magnolia & Adams - 6AM - 9AM|
|14||Ontario - No Boundries presents Toys for Tots - 725 N. Milliken Ave. - 1PM - 5PM - Flyer|
|14||Oxnard - Mullin Automotive Museum - 1421 Emerson Ave. - 10AM - 3PM - Info|
|14||Redondo Beach - New Date - Cruise at the Beach Christmas Car Show - 245 N. Harbor Dr. - 9AM - 3PM - Flyer|
|15||Buena Park - Picker's Paradise Automotive Swap Meet - Elks Lodge 7212 Melrose St. - 7AM - 1PM - Flyer|
|15||Carson - Canceled Next Show will be in March 2014 - Coffee & Donuts at Back in the Day Classics|
|15||Lakewood* - Classic Cruisers Association - Fuddrucker's - 5229 Clark Ave. - 1PM - 5PM - Flyer|
|17||Granada Hills* - Tuesday Cruz-In - Chatsworth & Lindley St. - 6PM - Flyer|
|17||Laguna Hills* - Dark - Show Returns on 01-07-14 - Chick-fil-A - 24011 El Toro Rd. - 5PM - 8PM - Flyer|
*= Recurring Cruise Nights
Most people know the movie La Bamba because it depicts the story of legendary singer Ritchie Valens. La Bamba is a tear jerker in the end, but it definitely is a classic that is a MUST SEE.
Donna's Dads cruel joke - 1950 Ford Custom; "Bobbo's Gift to Ritchie - 1959 Ford Thunderbird; Bob's fix-up car towards the end of movie - 1948 Packard Super Eight; The Ice Cream truck - 1953 Chevrolet ½-Ton; Rudy's ride - 1955 Pontiac Chieftain
Car clubs are not always big in numbers member wise, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have as a great of an impact in the car scene.
The “USO” car club has been growing worldwide, making the car scene internationally known. With chapters not only in the US but Canada, Alaska, Sweden, Australia, Hawaii, and Italy; “USO” has been doing big things in just there SFV chapter. Having only four members and five cars the SFV chapter stands strong.
President Joey Alcazar is young, but he is very wise in the detail that it takes to make a classic beauty. Starting at the age of twenty-one, Joey takes on a project that by the age of twenty- three lets him realize the potential he has to offer. His ’58 Chevy Del Rey radiates classic beauty. How could it not? He learned from his father's car club for seven years.
“USO” specializes not only in LowRider bikes and cars, but also in SUVs, strollers, as well as classic cars such as the ’68 Chevy Caprice that member Art had proudly displayed. The ‘68 Chevy Caprice has been a winner in the Las Vegas Super Show and has been featured in LowRider magazine.
For Alejandro “Chino” Vega skills seem to come natural for the “3x LowRider of the year, ORGULLO MEXICANO” winner. His “three carat” pride and joy showed me what details fall for such a masterpiece. In awe all I could do was ask ‘Chino’ what inspires such creativity and he replied, “it depends on how far the competitor is going.” Whatever the demands are, ‘Chino’ makes sure that with the murals that are designed on the cars, “very little to no nudity is accepted. We are a family oriented car club that likes to respect the families that do get to see our cars.”
by Ryan Cash