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17th Annual Cruisin’ For A Cure

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The event logoPresident – Debbie Baker and her famous golf cart.President – Debbie Baker and her famous golf cart.Barry Meguiar (L) with Debbie Baker.At 6:00am. the Anaheim building opened for FREE prostate cancer screenings.“Meguiar’s Hangar” contained 65 gorgeous hand picked vehicles.“Meguiar’s Hangar” contained 65 gorgeous hand picked vehicles.The traditional “Parade of Fire Trucks” began with Debbie Baker in the first of 16 beautiful red trucks from all over the country.The traditional “Parade of Fire Trucks” began with Debbie Baker in the first of 16 beautiful red trucks from all over the country.The traditional “Parade of Fire Trucks” began with Debbie Baker in the first of 16 beautiful red trucks from all over the country.9017 - The unflappable Dave McClelland was the “Grand Marshall."The parade also included an Army Humvee and the Wienermobile.The parade also included an Army Humvee and the Wienermobile.This is not an optical illusion. Owner/builder Richard Tupper hand built this huge, 40% larger,  ’59 VW convertible. There are no VW parts used in the HUGE bug! AMAZING!This clean ’50 Oldsmobile 88 Futurermatic is a Meguiar’s Elite Top 15 Pick.  The owner is Kip Cyprus.This clean ’50 Oldsmobile 88 Futurermatic is a Meguiar’s Elite Top 15 Pick.  The owner is Kip Cyprus.This clean ’50 Oldsmobile 88 Futurermatic is a Meguiar’s Elite Top 15 Pick.  The owner is Kip Cyprus.This clean ’50 Oldsmobile 88 Futurermatic is a Meguiar’s Elite Top 15 Pick.  The owner is Kip Cyprus.This beautiful, original ’38 Packard Woodie belongs to Art Wesselman.This beautiful, original ’38 Packard Woodie belongs to Art Wesselman.One of three buildings full of cars.There were at least 6 of these “Back to The Future”  DeLoreans.There were at least 6 of these “Back to The Future”  DeLoreans.A nasty ’72 Nova, just cruisin'!Carson Lev and his sleek ’59 Chevy.

17th Annual Cruisin’ For A Cure

Costa Mesa, CA.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Photos by: Roger Rohrdanz

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