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Some clubs have really paid their dues and have served our culture for a number of years. Classic Oldies is most definitely one of those car clubs. With open arms and hearts; we were welcomed into their world, and upon my arrival at the magazine shoot for this feature, I knew how worthy they were of being in tie pages of LRM. As an outsider looking in.
I could see that this club might be small, but what they lack in numbers they more than make up for in heart and dedication. A "one-for-all-and-all-fDr-one" club. Classic Cldies members will ride out at the drop of a hat :o do whatever they can to further their car club and fly their plaque around the world. I was especially impressed with their family atmosphere, as the different generations were all involved and on hand to help out with the club's photo shoot.
This club started off as most clubs do; a few guys who knew each other got together and talked about forming anew club. They die this in September of 1996 at Shakey's Pizza in La Habra, and haven't looked back since. The club's original
II members consisted of Tony Baltierra, Henry and Edward Vasquez, Ronnie Casias, Guy Loya, Jack Matamoros, Tony Montez, Jerry Petroski, Robert Baltierra, Anthony Baltierra, and Danny Caranza. These guys were all vets who had previously been members of other clubs, which really helped in forming Classic Oldies as they knew and understood the structure and responsibilities necessary for running an elite car club.
Since the day of its inception 14 years ago. Classic Oldies have been ac:ive in a variety of events, and the club has participated in everything from Christmas dances to toy drives, and have thrown some car shows too. Today, Classic Oldies boasts a roster of 21 members. A key part of the club's success is that Classic Oldies doesn't have a president, and they decide everything by a vote. This true democracy helps them to avoid the politics that come from traditional structure. After the members vote, they trust a coordinator, John Herrera, and a treasurer. Anthony Baltierra to tally up the count while the rest of the members assist wherever they are needed. This structure has proven to be successful, and given much stability and closeness in comparison to seme of the clubs who run the much more traditional model.
Classic Oldies' newest addition has been their Las Vegas Chap:er, whose members attend all of the important club functions with no hesitation. In fact, this past Octoter, Classic Oldies went to the Vegas Super Show and displayed six of the clubs rides in a measure of solidarity. Member Robert Balteirra explained, "It was cool 'cause when we do things, i: is as a family; for the simple fact all the families go for the most part. We had a blast in Vegas, and I think we are going to have to go back next year and support this show."
Classic Oldies have been around for 14 years, although most of them have known each other for closer to 20 years. When they aren't on the Boulevard, they can usually be found barbequing and relaxing on the weekends, or going to events like the Pomona swap meet. Whatever they are doing, you can count on them upholding the Lowrider culture to the fullest, and we wish them well as they look to enjoy their upcoming 15th year anniversary! Tharks for letting us into your world. Classic Oldies, we wish you con:inued success and hope the club will be around for another 15 years! ■
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The Imperial Valley of Southern California is filled with natural beauty, local history and plenty of culture. The area blends both American and Mexican cultures, thanks in part to its regional history and proximity to the border. The culture of Lowr.ding is very popular in the Imperial Valley, and has been for a nurr ber of years.
One of the area's mainstays, The Imperial Valley Chapter of La Gente Car Club, has produced "The La Gente Super Show" for the past eighteen years at the Imperial Valley Expc. This nonprofit show is produced by the club to benefit the local youth organizations of the Imperial Valley, and to also promote the culture of Lowriding. This was sure to be a show I wouldn't soon forget, and I eagerly began counting jown the days until 1 could see it firsthand.
Finally, on one Saturday morning in October, I was on the road headed to the show. Upon my arrival, I was net by Antonio Canacho, from La Gente Car Club, who made sure I had the proper credentials to explore the show. As I walked around the show, I saw ca: clubs from Southern California, Arizona and Baja, California set up throughout the show grounds. Desert Dreams, City Cruisers, Del Valle, and Hi Vida were representing the Coachella and Imperial Valley area. The Crowd, Individuals, and Unique Ladies drove out from San Diego to show their best, while Stylistics, Imperials, Groupe, Rollerz Only, and Viejitos also had chapters supporting the show.
The show areas were filled with everything on two and bur wheels. Lowrider bicycles, motorcycles, Bombs, and traditional Lowriders were on display, each hoping to be the ride worthy enough of taking heme a trophy at the end of the day. The indoor and outdoor areas had a number of rides on full display, showing paint shined to the max and fully customized undercarriages.
The event also had a stage area which was set up with live entertainment and a deejay that kept the crowd entertained throughout the day. Next to the stage, an area was cleared out for the show's hopping contest. Although the ultimate turnout for the hop was less than expected, the participants who did enter went all out giving everyone a breathtaking show. Once the hop was finished, the bikini contest was held, and a lucky winner took home some cash and show bragging rights. As the show concluded, the trophy presentations were made to many of the 300 plus show participants, who were lucky enough to go home with a trophy. Groupe, Imperials, 3nd the Rollerz Only Car Clubs were some of the show's big winners.
After 18 years, there is no doubt that La Gente's Super Show :s essential to Lowricing and tD the Imperial Valley. The CDmmunity outreach the club achieves with the proceeds from the show is vital to the area's youth, and it also helps to promote the Lowriding lifestyle in a positive light. Thanks to La Gente for their hospitality, we will definitely see you again next year! ■
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