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A black Corvette Stingray displays its engine at the Mad Lil's car show on Sunday, July 13, 2014.
A black Corvette Stingray displays its engine at the Mad Lil's car show on Sunday, July 13, 2014.
An orange Ford convertible flashes its menacing front grill.
An orange Ford convertible flashes its menacing front grill.
A yellow Ford hot rod with historical Nebraska plates shows off its masterfully rebuilt exposed engine.
A yellow Ford hot rod with historical Nebraska plates shows off its masterfully rebuilt exposed engine.
A yellow Ford hot rod with historical Nebraska plates shows off its masterfully rebuilt exposed engine.
A yellow Ford hot rod with historical Nebraska plates shows off its masterfully rebuilt exposed engine.
Many cars exhibited spectacular paint jobs, including this purple beauty.
Many cars exhibited spectacular paint jobs, including this purple beauty.
This 1956 "woodie" comes complete with a surfboard and a dashboard Hula dancer.
This 1956 "woodie" comes complete with a surfboard and a dashboard Hula dancer.
This 1956 "woodie" comes complete with a surfboard and a dashboard Hula dancer.
This 1956 "woodie" comes complete with a surfboard and a dashboard Hula dancer.
A red Chevy Bel Air brings back nostalgia with its retro styling and fuzzy dice.
A red Chevy Bel Air brings back nostalgia with its retro styling and fuzzy dice.
A red Chevy Bel Air brings back nostalgia with its retro styling and fuzzy dice.
A red Chevy Bel Air brings back nostalgia with its retro styling and fuzzy dice.
A green and yellow low rider commands attention with its bright colors.
A green and yellow low rider commands attention with its bright colors.
A blue and black Dodge Royal Lancer glistens in the sun.
A blue and black Dodge Royal Lancer glistens in the sun.
A purple Chevy Impala sits low for spectators to check out.
A purple Chevy Impala sits low for spectators to check out.

ĎMad Lilísícar show brings a bright display of historic cars to Old Town


Friday, July 25th, 2014
Issue 30, Volume 18.


Sunday, July 13 marked another "Mad Lilís" car show in Old Town Temecula. The show took place at 7 a.m. and lasted through the end of the evening, and there were dozens of different cars to be seen from classics and hot rods to customs.

This car show was one of few that have taken place over the last several months on a bi-monthly basis. Many of Old Townís vendors have been gathering together in association with Slow Lane car club to make them happen.

The vendors devised the idea for the Sunday car shows because they wanted to provide a fun event for families while also drawing business into Old Town; many of them said they wanted to do something slightly different than the Rod Run, which became a city-run event for the first time in March of this Advertisement
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It was following this transition that the idea for the bi-monthly car show was birthed and since that time dozens of different cars have rolled into Old Town for the viewing pleasure of the public. The June 13 event saw a number of unique and classic cars such as Chevy Bel Airs, Corvette Stingrays, Dodge Royal Lancers and more.

Trophies were awarded that day to cars in various categories. There were also give aways, raffles, music and other forms of entertainment. The bulk of vehicles to be seen were located between Texas Lilís Mesquite Grill and Mad Madelines, but there were cars located all along Old Townís front street.

If you would like to become involved with the next upcoming car show or sponsor it, contact Sid Hamilton of Mad Madelineís Grill for more information at (760)-201-7851.


 

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