Charter Oak High School of Covina, CA., played host to Reality car club’s annual car show, and yet again this years show was a complete success. With all of the entry proceeds going to the school, the 6:00 A.M. roll-in time did not deter the nearly 200 cars that entered to participate. Admission for the spectators was free, and the show had a steady flow of spectators that came out to see Hot Rods, motorcycles, pedal bicycles and of course the Lowriders. Some of the clubs on hand included Traffic, Stylistics, Together, Techniques, Lifestyle, Royal Image, Suenos Latino, City Life, Style Unlimited, and all the way from Japan, Primera car club. The music was provided by The Lost Memories internet radio crew, and they played a variety of music that kept everybody upbeat throughout the day. The show also had raffles and vendors that came to sell everything from CD’s to food, which was being sold to benefit the school’s programs. At one point during the show, the Reality C.C. took the time to hold a moment of silence for the passing of Aaron “Bubba” Garcia. Thanks to a strong community following, a good cause, and some great weather, the Reality car club’s annual show was once again a success. Hope to catch you guys next year when the show comes around again! By Saul Vargas Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!