It’s time again for one of my very favorite car shows; something for everyone, a low key day, and all for a great cause. This year’s show and pre-show dinner/gala are dedicated to the Steve McQueen motorcycling classic, On Any Sunday. The location, and charity benefactor is again the Boys Republic School in Chino, California. See the flyer just above for a few more details, or visit the website at www.SteveMcQueenCarShow.com. The show committee will be looking for great cars and bikes to populate the field, and almost anything interesting goes; judged or otherwise.
I’ll be there with a car in the field and a camera on my neck, hanging out with friends, celebrating Steve McQueen, and supporting a most worthy cause. Please bring your family and friends and come out and do the same.
Here’s a few happysnaps from 2014’s show.
Always a great selection of Bullitt style or related cars at this show.
The Three hero cars from the original Thomas Crown Affair; Ferrari 275 NART Spyder, Rolls-Royce Corniche coupe, and modified Meyers Manx dune bug. The Rolls and Ferrari are the actual cars used in the film, the Manx a modern tribute machine done up with the original builder, Bruce Meyers
Like I said, something for everyone; this being the Dunkel Brothers fabulously restored and detailed GMC transporter and cargo
The brother I never had, Steve McQueen’s one and only son Chad, the show’s Co-Chairman, borrows a shoulder to sign an autograph. Chad is a huge supporter of the school, and spends the day with his and his dad’s fans, happy to hang out and schmooze wit h the crowd
and this show has the coolest trophies EVER; all student made in the Boys Republic wood shop, using their skill and a variety of car and motorcycle parts. Come win one!
I hope I see you there, thank you,