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San Marino Motor Classic Back for 11th Year

The San Marino Motor Classic will return for year No. 11 on Sunday, Aug. 28.

The automobile event will be held in Lacy Park from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to event founder Aaron Weiss and fellow organizers.

The San Marino Motor Classic will have almost 500 mint-condition collector cars on view throughout the day with an awards ceremony beginning at 1:30 p.m.

“I would love to see the community come out and support this event once again,” Weiss said. “We think this is an excellent event for the San Marino community. It really is not a car show, it is a community event and it is getting more established every year.”

The event’s three main beneficiaries are Pasadena Humane, the Cancer Support Community Pasadena and the Rotary Club of San Marino, which disburses its monies to more than 20 charities.

The San Marino Motor Classic has also supported improvements at Lacy Park.

“The city of San Marino has been very helpful in helping us get organized,” said Weiss. “They have done a top-notch job in getting things organized for this year’s event.”

The car selection committee has voted to host two new classes at the 2022 San Marino Motor Classic: Hot Rods — 1932 Ford, celebrating the 90th anniversary of the 1932 Ford and its popularity as a platform for hot rods, and Porsche 356 Outlaw — a scion of the car collecting community.

The San Marino Motor Classic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with no paid employees that proudly supports community organizations each year. The 2021 Motor Classic realized the best operating results in its 10-year history, resulting in donations of $265,000 to local charities. Over the last 10 years, more than $2.3 million has been awarded to the event’s charitable beneficiaries.

For the fourth consecutive year, the southwest region of the Ferrari Club of America will host the Concorso Ferrari at the San Marino Motor Classic. In addition, a number of vendors and food trucks will be onsite at the show. VIP tickets include a gourmet luncheon. To purchase tickets, visit the Motor Classic website sanmarinomotorclassic.com/buy-tickets .

World renowned restorer Steve Babinsky is shownhere beside Pre-War Best In Show Winner, a 1929 Duesenberg Butterfly Dual Cowl Phaeton owned by Ross Meyer.

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