Project X Comes Home

First Appearance Is At Knott's Berry Farm

Tony Kelly Sep 11, 2003 0 Comment(s)
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The World's Most Famous '57 Chevy is nearly done with the Super Chevy Road Tour 2003. In it's first Southern California Appearance since the Pomona Super Chevy Show in May, it will be at the Cop Shop Car Show at Knott's Berry Farm on Sunday, November 9, 2003. Originated by Tony Kelly, Super Chevy's guardian of Project X all year, the Cop Shop Car Show takes its name from the long-time Street Rodder Magazine column written by Tony for over 20 years during his career with the Buena Park Police Dept.

Hosted by Tony and the Buena Park Police Association, the show welcomes a wide variety of cars and motorcycles beginning at 7:00 am and features a 50/50 drawing, many door and raffle prizes, and over 150 show awards. T-shirts are included in the $25.00 pre-registration fee and will also be on sale at the event. Event coverage will be in Super Chevy and Street Rodder Magazines. For details go to, click on special events, or call Lori at (714) 267-5987, or Rod at (714) 562-3919.


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