The afternoon car show will be hosted by The Lions Automobilia Foundation and Museum.
Outdoors guests will experience viewing of 100 Classic Cars, Food Trucks, Vendors, Entertainment, Military Vehicles, and more.
Honoring Our Fallen Car Show is a unique effort to involve the entire community for a day of fun for the whole family to give back to the families who have suffered the loss of a precious loved one who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Each Car Registrant along with one guest will have free access to the museum. There is a small fee for additional guests and community to enter the museum.
The Lions Automobilia Foundation and Museum was founded in December 2019 by Southern California businessman and car enthusiast, Rick Lorenzen. It’s nearly 100,000 sq. ft. facility includes galleries featuring Southern California’s infamous car culture and motorsports history. The experience begins as visitors walk in thru a 1960’s speed shop with genuine parts hanging off the walls and then enter the Main Street Gallery lined with classics automobiles parked in front of a 1950’s diner.
The visitor experience has been described as mind-blowing, as each gallery reveals the human experience with the automobile. Lions is more then just a museum. The Lions Automobilia Foundation takes persevering automotive history to the next level with its onsite restoration facility. As visitors walk through the galleries, they will find that many of the vehicles on display were restored by the Lions Team.