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KOOL FM Car Show at Westgate, Glendale October 2014

Muscle cars were out in force at the 2014 KOOL FM Car show at Westgate in Glendale

Muscle cars were out in force at the 2014 KOOL FM Car show at Westgate in Glendale

Members of the LCCI Central Arizona Region arrived as early as 7:30 AM to get a prime location for what was to be one of the Largest Car Shows in the State, produced by Nancy Perry Productions.
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Cruise on Central Car Show and Cruise-In October 2014

2014 Fall Cruise on Central

2014 Fall Cruise on Central

To call the Cruise on Central a big event would be a gross understatement, as there were literally hundreds upon hundreds of cool, and usually immaculate, cars from every era, and every specialized interest, both out on Central Avenue and on display. The weather was spectacular, warm but not too warm, and of course there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. The biennial Cruise on Central, which is held on the second Saturday of April and October, draws collectors, enthusiasts, spectators, and cruisers from throughout Arizona and beyond, for what is regarded as one of the state‚Äôs oldest and best cruise-in events.
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Arizona Gay Rodeo Association’s Inaugural Big Gay Yard Sale October 2014

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Don gives visitors a tour of his 1934 Pontiac Sedan, "Phiona."

Don gives visitors a tour of his 1934 Pontiac Sedan, “Phiona.”

Despite having short notice due to an email snafu, LCCI Central Arizona Region members showed up in force for the first annual “Big Gay Yard Sale,” sponsored by the Arizona Gay Rodeo Association, held in the parking lot of Charlie’s Phoenix, and in addition to getting to ogle some cowboys, it served as an opportunity to engage the larger community, letting them know about the club, and raising awareness of our club’s upcoming events.

LCCI Central Arizona Region members, Steve, Kent, Don, Mark, Mike, Donovan, Roger and Larry were on hand, with Donovan’s 1965 Buick Skylark, Larry’s 1964 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham, Kent’s 1970 Pontiac Bonneville, Steve’s 1989 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series, and Don’s 1934 Pontiac Sedan on display, representing the breadth of our club’s interest in cars of any age. In addition to emptying out a sizable collection of left-over inventory from Desert Iron’s silent auction, our presence was warmly received by our hosts and the other participants, and we’re looking forward to participating again next year..