FAIRFIELD — The 30th annual Biggest Little Car Show is rolling back into the Suisun City waterfront May 17.
The “all Ford” show, presented by the Golden Hills Mustang Club, showcases all years of Mustangs, Fords and Ford-powered vehicles.
“We get cars from all around the state, even out of state,” said Scott Paulin, a board member and publicist of the nonprofit car club.
At times they’ve even sold out slots, filling the entire park and waterfront area, added Paulin, who is also the interim police chief at Solano Community College.
The show also coincides with Ford marking 50 years of the Mustang model.
While the club, which has in excess of 100 members, operates as a service club year-round. The group picks a charity that will benefit each year from the car show. This year’s charity is the Pathway Home, a residential treatment program for veterans of the global war on terror, located at the California Veterans Home in Yountville. While typically the charities chosen are more local, this one is regional but can still serve the local population, Paulin said.
Throughout the year, the club’s fundraisers include such things as pouring beer at the Solano County Fairgrounds for various events – the group gets a portion of the proceeds that in turn fund charitable actions such as giving to homeless shelters, high school scholarships, sending care packages to members of military that serve overseas, and Wounded Warrior programs.
The car show will take place at the Suisun Waterfront Plaza, 558 Solano St. Registration is from 7 to 9 a.m. on the day of the show. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For entry information, call Dan or Norma McCabe at 224-6835, Craig Beckley at 530-626-0552 or send an email to email@example.com. The club’s website is www.goldenhillsmustangclub.com.
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