Petaluma classic car show
Image: St0rmz 2008
More than 350 classic cars turned up to celebrate a very special show held in Petaluma, California, over the weekend.
The Salute to American Graffiti Celebration was back for its seventh year in a row and featured many vintage vehicles dating from the 1950s and 60s, along with memorabilia stalls, refreshments and plenty of attractions for the whole family to enjoy.
Things kicked off with an early registration and breakfast for those who were bringing their classic and custom cars along to the event and then progressed throughout the day, with a cruise taking place between 4pm and 9pm, so that the vehicles could be seen in motion.
A number of roads were closed for several blocks in order to accommodate the event and money was raised to support a number of worthy causes on a local level.
Radio station XERB was broadcasting from the show throughout the day and even held a dance-off at 2pm in the afternoon, with people competing for prizes and a little bit of exposure.
The cleanup was completed by midnight and everyone involved in organising the event was finally able to relax, with strong indications that it will be returning next year.