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7th Annual Veterans Day Car Show

by: HB News staff writer
Posted: November 13, 2017

HUNTINGTON BEACH...This year's annual Veteran's Day car show attracted a large number of car buffs, restorers, and families on Saturday, November 11, 2017 across from the Waterfront Hilton Hotel on Pacific Coast Highway.

Several rows of muscle cars, classic 1940s and 50s vehicles and custom vehicles lined the city's parking lot south of the historic pier.

The show remembers and those veterans who not only gave their lives for their country, but also for those who served and are still serving to today military.

Chaneen and Toki Katsuki


Toki Katsuki and his wife Chaneen were there representing the Paralyzed Veterans of America California Chapter with information about medical programs that help those veterans who were paralyzed in the line of duty and are unable to walk to move around by themselves.

Ron Crane's 1927 Ford Model T


1947 Nash


1969 Morris from England


The free event brought parents with their young children to show them the vehicles that they grew up with and drove in high school.

HB Firefighters grill


Food trucks were available to feed the hungry including the popular grill from the Huntington Beach Firefighters Assocation.

Many of the owners were more than willing to talk about where this located their prized vehicle, how many hours they spent restoring it and the fun they have driving it.

But it was more than just a regular car show, it was a show to remember our veterans and there were booths set up with information about programs of interest to them.

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