The Club took part in the annual Beaumont City's Cherry Festival Parade.
Participants met at the old Fresh and Easy parking lot to caravan up to Beaumont and the parade.
The club lost one member while traversing Lamb Canyon. The 1928 Roadster developed a fuel issue and had to drop out and return home.
Four member cars made it to the parade staging area and participated in the parade.
Staged and awaiting the GO signal.
This is Ed's highly modified Metro
The club met up at Abby's Café where Dennis led us to the Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre for a private tour. Dennis was excellent in providing tour details himself. We viewed the Bowl and took several pictures. From the Ramona Bowl we convoyed through the citrus groves and surprisingly ended up at Jim’s house.
From the Ramona Bowl, we made our way through the citrus groves ending up at Jim's home.
Leon Motte and a few of the Cruisin A's.
Some of our members and guesses.
We had 9-vintage cars participate in this year's parade.
The Grinch (Ed) and Granddaughter
Pete, Tim, and Ed
Adding those finishing touches
..a few more finishing touches
Our member's cars
1937 Ford Coupe
1928 Standard Roadster (award winner)
1929 Tudor (award winner)
Relaxing and enjoying the day
Member's cars lined up for judging and display.
(Nearest to farthest)
1937 Ford Coupe
1928 Standard Roadster
Beverage and popcorn dispensing
Best in Class winner 1928 Standard Roadster
The club took part in the City of Beaumont's "Cherry Festival".
Three of our member's cars and many other clubs were in attendance.
1928 Standard Roadster and a 1929 Sport Coupe waiting in the staging area.
So pretty. They don't design new cars like this anymore.