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The Simonson's enjoy a Southern California Car Show!
We recently spent a few days in Southern California. While there, we attended the Southern California Chapter Pontiac Club Annual Show and Shine Car Show. The show was held at the Fullerton Municipal Airport. This was a non-judged car show. The SCCPOCI makes this show the first in area so it was like a kick-off first show of New Year. They let the car show participants judge the vehicles which had categories of Best Topless, Best Wheels/Hubcaps, Most Likely to Get Pulled Over, Most Romantic Back Seat, Fastest Looking Sitting Still, Blinding Chrome Award, Most Romantic Trunk, Most Attitude, and many more categories. So it was a fun show. They brought in Gourmet food trucks to make assorted foods available to car show folks. The Santa Anna Winds were present somewhat that day. One of the car show participants umbrella went sailing through the air and bounced off the top of a 1957 Pontiac. Once the umbrella was captured, discussions were held on how to repair roof of Pontiac?? Next door was the AFI Flight Training Center complex which held open house that day. The training center had a flight simulator set up and was free to test your flying aircraft skills. There were many beautiful airplanes out that day. The P51 black Mustang aircraft did not want to be outdone by the cars, so it showed off its muscles and speed by doing several fly by “touch and goes.” I think the P51 was a least going over 400 miles an hour.
Thanks, Dennis Simonson
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