|JCCS 2006 Press Release
For Immediate Release
June 20, 2006
Hawaiian Gardens, California
Japanese Classic Car Show Association
Queen Mary Event Park, 1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach, California
On Saturday, September 30, 2006, from 9 am to 3 pm, join us at the Queen Mary in Long Beach for the original 2nd Annual Japanese Classic Car Show!
Nearly every make and model of the gOld Schoolh Japanese car brands will be on display in this celebration of Japanese automotive history, including Toyota, Mazda, Datsun/Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Mitsubishi, and more!
Last yearfs Japanese Classic Car Show was a huge success. Excellent weather
is expected for this yearfs show, and car enthusiasts will get to see
even more cars than last year!
The winning car will receive JCCS trophies and great prizes. But the real prize is the excitement of seeing cars of the 60fs, 70fs and 80fs, and meeting with other car enthusiasts from all over the U.S.
So come see the gSo-Cal Old School Importsh really shine at the 2nd Annual Japanese Classic Car Show!
Registration Fee $30.00 for per vehicles: Pre 1985 manufactured models only, which includes the
models that was first built in 1985.
Queen Mary General Parking is available for all the spectators, fee of $3- 10.
*The picture shows the popular Japanese playing cards or gHana Fudah (gFlower Cardsh) that contain pictures of flowers, the Moon, the Sun, and animals. In 1980fs Japan, car enthusiasts often used the Hana-fuda images, Japanese symbols (Kanji), and terms from the World War II era (like gKami-kazeh and the gRising Sunh) to symbolize speed and strength. Look for hidden messages in the background and featured cars
|"Kyu-sha shu-kai" stands for Classic Car Meeeting
images: Japanese Classic Car Show Association
|"Itfs already been 46 years since the very first Japanese vehicle was ported with a pounding heart in California. Who could have imagined what the remarkable popularity of Japanese cars would be? The continuation of persevering efforts and skills of the Japanese car manufacturers has made this significant improvement - strong will and a priority for gmanufacturing high-quality automobiles that satisfy peopleh. And so, the popularity of Japanese classics has grown. The Japanese Classic Car Show is a safe and fun, family oriented event on a sparkling green grass park, in front of the ocean & the mother ship Queen Mary. It is not only about cars, it is about the Japanese culture and respect for old sprits. Bring the kids and enjoy Southern Californiafs blue skies and peaceful
ocean breezes while viewing some of the finest Japanese Classics in America.
|From 2005 JCCS Press Release