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Car show at Heavenly Village

Good Samaritans Safe Ride Club hosts its sixth of seven summer car shows at Heavenly Village from Sept. 16-18.
Courtesy / Good Sams Safe Ride |

Rev up for the weekend with the 31st annual Cool September Days Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show, presented by Good Samaritans Safe Ride Club.

“This weekend, Sept. 16-18, will see the return of the biggest and best car show at Lake Tahoe when over 100 of the best and most beautiful classic cars, trucks and motorcycles roll onto the grass and cobblestones along Highway 50 in front of the Gondola at Heavenly Village Shopping Center,” states a press release from the organization.

The show begins on Friday at 10 a.m. with a free show-and-shine open to all cars, trucks and motorcycles. Attendees determine the Best of Show award, which will be given away at 8 p.m.

The judged competition takes place on Saturday, Sept. 17, from noon until 6 p.m. There is a $25 entry fee to participate. The cost covers a dash plaque, VIP discount shopping card, secure parking and a chance to win one of 25 awards. A $40 option is also available, and includes an event shirt, a poker walk hand and is good for all three days of the show.

The event concludes on Sunday with a free show-and-shine from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

“Also on display at the show will be the Good Samaritan’s 2016 fundraising raffle vehicle. This year it is a fully-restored green 1952 Chevrolet Woody with a beautifully restored 1968 Shasta Vintage Camping Trailer on the back. This package can be won by entering the IGS raffle,” according to the release.

The drawing will be held at Good Sam’s Oct. 9 car show. Participants must not be present to win.

For more information on the show or raffle, call Good Sam Safe Ride at 530-541-7300.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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