City enjoys another successful car show

Photo By Cristian Vasquez: Volunteer Katie Johnson, left, volunteer Jill Carreon and Pin-Ups for Vets Founder Gina Elise spent the day raising funds that will be used to improve Veterans' health care, while enhancing the life of Vets across the country. V
Photo By Cristian Vasquez: Hollywood car customizing legend George Barris sits next to Culver City Councilman Jim Clarke, Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells and Culver City graduate Mallory Low, who sung the National Anthem.
Photo By Cristian Vasquez: Former Culver City resident Jorge Perez admires the classics at the “Cruisin’ Back to the Fifties” car show on May 10. The annual event featured live music, a pin-up contest and almost 500 classic customized cars.

On Saturday May 10, local residents, city leaders, local organizations and car enthusiasts joined Culver City’s yearly celebration of classic cars during its 11th Annual Car Show “Crusin’ Back to the Fifties.”

Live music, a pinup contest and nearly 500 classic customized cars from Model-T’s and tricked-out Caddies to flaming Mercs and surfer Woodies filled the streets of Downtown Culver City.

The show was co-sponsored by Hollywood car customizing legend George Barris, the city of Culver City and the Exchange Club of Culver City.