Sonshine Auto Body Announces 2nd Annual Flags Fathers & Hero’s Classic Cars and Motorcycle Show To Benefit Wounded Warriors Project


By Staff Reports

(Victorville)– Classic cars, motorcycles, free food and honoring American’s veterans and hero’s will hi-light this years annual Flag, Father’s & Hero’s Classic Car & Motorcycle show Saturday, June 14th 9am- 1pm

With Father’s Day, Flag Day and the 4th of July just around the corner, Sonshine Auto Body has once again joined forces with the High Desert Marines, Army, Navy and Air Force recruiters and selected Victor Valley area businesses to present its 2nd annual Flags, Fathers and Hero’s classic car & motorcycle show.  The popular annual event will be held at the Sonshine Auto Body Complex on Jasmine Street in Victorville and is designed to honor all military personnel and fathers on Father’s Day weekend with a special emphasis on raising funds to directly benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.

Last year’s event featured over 65 classic cars and motorcycles displayed by multiple area car and motorcycle clubs, vendors and free food for event goers.

Terry Cooper, owner of Sonshine Auto Body said, “we are once again honored to sponsor and present this event to help raise much needed funds for our wounded veterans and invite Victor Valley classic car enthusiast, their families and friends to stop by and enjoy a fabulous classic cars and motorcycles show, free food and a fun day!”.

Winners at last years event included the First Place “General’s” award by Ron Morrison of Cruzin’ Buddies car club displaying a tricked out ’67 Camaro;  2nd place, The “Colonel’s” award was given to Ron Sugi featuring his ’68 Cougar and the “Major’s” award, 3rd place featured the People’s Choice…Rick Hernandez of Rick’s High Desert Customs ’69 Chevelle.  The Motorcycle Division winner, featured a 2010 Harley Davison by Rick Hernandez;  The” Metric” category was won by Randy Bowen, who displayed a 2001 Honda Shadow and the “American” category award went to Jerry Oswalt’s 2008 Harley Davison. Trophies are awarded by categories in each division, including best overall.

The general public is invited.  2014’s goal is to raise $10,000 for Wounded Warriors Project.

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