On Sunday morning, a group of West Coast Challengers club members cruised into the driveway at the California School for the Deaf in Riverside, CA, to sign-in for what became an amazing day. Once registered, the group headed into the grassy court yard of the school where the cars were all sorted and parked according to class.

After a little cleaning and prepping of our cars, we headed over to the pancake breakfast where the club members enjoyed pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage prepared by children from the school. During breakfast, we met many car enthusiasts, including Manny and Joan who had an amazing Dodge Coronet drag car that they built some 15 years ago. The car show attracted some real quality cars across all classes.

Several club members fared pretty well in the raffles during the day and there were lots of donated prizes to win.

Towards the end of the day most of us were stuffed with bacon wrapped hotdogs and flavored shaved ice. The ground suddenly began to shake and the air suddenly filled with the rumble of an insane motor when a show car came out and put on a flame throwing show to a standing ovation. Several children clung on to the nearest club member when that motor fired up.

The Inland Mopars car club was very grateful for our attendance, and thanked us many times over, as much as we thanked them for putting on a great car show.

Congratulations to club members Mike, Julie, James, Shawn and Randy who all won awards at the car show. During the awards presentation, West Coast Challengers club members took home five awards for the day. There was also the opportunity to find a few future club members during the day, which is always good for our ever growing club.

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