Our long-standing tradition of participating in community events continued this year, with Central AZ members providing a bumper crop of over a dozen vehicles in procession up North 3rd Street on a sunny and warm edition of the 2017 Phoenix Pride Parade.
Vehicles participating ran from new to quite old, reinforcing our message that our club is not exclusively ‘classics’, rather an enjoyment of all vehicles.
In addition to the LCC procession of cars, we provided the Pride committee with three convertibles that carried dignitaries as lead vehicles in the parade, including the Celebrity Grand Marshall, the incomparable Belinda Carlisle!
What a great day it was for a Pride Parade on April 3! With temps in the low 80’s and lots of sunshine, the Central AZ members boasted ten vehicles in procession up North 3rd Street in the 2016 Phoenix Pride Parade, after a two-year absence. VARIETY was the operative adjective as we covered the bases with the oldest (Erik’s 1930 Ford Model A to the newest (John’s 2012 Fiat Abarth), a truck (Howard’s Jeep Renegade), and a cross-section of convertible, sedan, sportscar, and more! This was an accurate representation of the vehicles owned by members and sent a message that our club is not exclusively ‘classics’, rather an enjoyment of all vehicles.
In addition to the LCC procession of cars, we provided the Pride committee with three convertibles that carried dignitaries as lead vehicles in the parade, including the Grand Marshall, Celebrity Grand Marshalls, and a Stonewall Veteran.
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Rally masters Mark and Don set up a wacky, 66-mile driving experience, that promised to test participant’s powers of observation and general automotive knowledge (among other things).
The Fall Folly Road Rally was held on a beautiful Saturday in November, with participants meeting up at the starting point, the Brass Armadillo Antique Mall in northern Phoenix.
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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’s oldest and best cruise-in events.
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