Paso Robles classic car show
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Over 500 classic cars and their owners are expected to make it to the fourth annual auto show to be held at Paso Robles airport, according to KSBY.com.
The airport itself is home to a small military museum, which has its own dedicated staff of eager volunteers. In addition, the nature of the location means that classic cars will be on display alongside aeroplanes and other craft from a bygone era.
Those who visit the show will be able to take part in a number of events and there is even a raffle being run in order to support the museum. There are some excellent prizes on offer, including the chance to check out chat show legend, Jay Leno's, world famous collection of classic cars.
This year the show is going to be bigger than ever before and organisers are confident that it can live up to expectations, with lots to see and do.
The show itself is taking place this weekend and if you want to enter a vehicle, then there is a minimum $35 entrance fee. There are also options to sponsor the event from between $100 and $500, in order to really show your support, as well as access exclusive perks.