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04.02.2016: Many new K-Tek EVO drag buses and Kustom Crew Sledsters are here! Due to the large number (about 2000} of
Tootsie, Matchbox, and especially Hotwheels cars & trucks, a small selection will be selected for show. These will be changed monthly.
Some of the Roth Big Daddy art on the K-Tek hot drag buses. This is a photo of one of my Hotwheels Boneshaker hotrods, great favorites of mine.

For me, these little gems were an acquired taste, even Hotwheels. They would take up too much space, I reasoned. A couple thousand later, I find them irresistibly appealing. There are far too many for all to be displayed here so I will rotate some each month, beginning in July, 2017. My wife, by the way, became as hooked on Hotwheels as I have.

About Cruisin’ for a Cure

From their Website: "Cruisin’ for a Cure was started in 2000 by Debbie Baker whose husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Cruisin’ for a Cure is the world’s largest one-day charity car show with over 3,500 vehicles on display and over 200 vendors and exhibitors. They get to cruise through the OC Fair & Event Center for 1.5 miles and/or park and just display their vehicles. Cruisin’ for a Cure is a registered non-profit California organization. The logistics, marketing, and organization of the show is all handled by volunteers dedicated to our cause of saving our men from prostate cancer. Unlike many other automotive fundraising events, none of the proceeds goes to a car club, promoter, or to administrative overhead."

Though this sledser is for the Cruisin' for a Cure event, I have participated in a Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Event. It is a wonderful chance to do your part in finding a cure for breast cancer, and I heartily recommend it.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series is the largest, most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer in the world. It’s a 60-mile, 3-day, life-altering experience you will never forget.

Learn more.

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