LCOC Western Region Event Calendar

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Floral Park Vintage Car Show Home & Garden Tour Scheduled for April 27 and 28 @ Floral Park Car Show, Home & Garden Tour
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am – Apr 28 @ 4:00 pm

In April 2024, Orange County’s “Best Kept Secret” will present a vintage car show and tours of historic homes from the 1920s through 1950s for public viewing in the beautiful Floral Park neighborhood of Santa Ana. In addition, there will be lovely gardens to enjoy, food from local restaurants, and a wealth of shopping along our “Street of Treasures!”

Registrations for the car show are open now.  Registrants pay $20 to enter their vintage car, but receive two tickets for the home & garden tour at no further cost.  Car exhibitors may patriciate on Saturday, Sunday or both days of the event, but may only tour the homes and gardens once. If your are interested in displaying your Lincoln at this event click here to register. Be sure to bring your comfortable walking shoes!

This year, homes and gardens north of Santa Clara Ave will be featured. Right now, 5 homes and 5 gardens are planned for the 2024 Tour. Food vendors are expected include Monkey Business, El Pico de Gallo Grill, hot dogs by the Santa Ana Elks Club, and others. Check back for details.Please join us for our 31st Annual Home & Garden Tour on April 27-28, 2024!

Tour Hours: Saturday (4/27) and Sunday (4/28) – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Wine Garden Hours: Saturday – 11:00 am to 7:00 pm,  Sunday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

TICKET PRICES for non-car show attendees: $45 each pre-sarle (ends April 22)

$50 each on the Day of Event




CA Automobile Museum, Sacramento, Invites LCOC to Memorial Day Car Show; Register Now! @ California Automobile Museum
May 27 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The California Automobile Museum (CAM) invites you for a day of classic cars, camaraderie, and honoring our veterans and military personnel who died in service to their country at the Veterans’ Memorial Day Car Show! This special event will take place on Monday, May 27th, at 2300 Front Street in Sacramento.

Registration for the car show is now open, and you can register your car for just $35. On the day of the event, registration will be $45, so be sure to register early! All makes and models are welcome, so whether you have a classic beauty or a modern marvel, we want to see it shine at our car show!  Click here for more information and to register your car.

The event proceeds will support CAM Educational Programs and Wounded Warriors. Plus, with your registration, you’ll receive free entry to the California Automobile Museum!

Gates will open at 8 am and close at 9 am for registration and the public is welcome at 9 am. The event will feature a Color Guard Presentation at 9:30 am, as well as military vehicles, music, and goodie bags for the first 100 to register. There will be 21 awards given out, including Best of Show. 

Car Club Contest: Every car club that registers at least 3 cars will be entered into a drawing for a free CAM Car Club Membership for next year!

Enjoy coffee, donuts, hot dogs, chips, drinks, and beer available for sale throughout the day.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. If you’re interested in sponsoring the event, please [click here] for the sponsorship form and info.

Don’t miss this opportunity to show off your ride, support a great cause, and enjoy a day of fun and celebration. Register your car today!

We look forward to seeing you there!

LCOC Event Favorite Huntington Beach Concours Returns June 2; Register Now @ Huntington Beach Central Park
Jun 2 @ 8:15 am – 3:30 pm

One of LCOC’s most popular spring events, the Huntington Beach Concours returns on Sunday, June 2, with new wrinkles for 2024. This year’s show will offer special salutes to the 60th anniversary of the Mustang, BMWs of all years and Yamaha motorcycles. Lincoln classes have been reorganized to provide more opportunity for awards. Class O8A will include all Marks from II through VIII, O8B will be Continentals 1961-1967 Open, O8C will be Continentals 1961-2014 Closed and O8D will be for All Lincolns 1921-1960.

Once again the beautiful Huntington Beach Central Park adjacent to the Huntington Beach Library, 7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, will host the event.  7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648 As always, amazing vehicles, food, vendors and classic motorcycles will be part of the fun.

One of the best aspects of this show is the ability to enter and display excellent pristine examples along with daily drivers or works in progress. Awards are given in “Concours” and “Street” categories so all owners who elect to be judged have a chance to win an award. First place winners each take home a trophy keepsake along with a large bucket of show sponsor Mother’s car cleaning supplies. Second and third place winners each receive trophies.

If you are planning to attend, please let us know at   To register your vehicle click here to access the online form.  Click here to access the PDF form to print out and mail in with a check. Registration fee for the Sunday concours is $55 for cars. Spectator tickets at $15 each can be purchased at the gate with children under 16 free with an adult.

Why not support this show,, have fun and do something great for kids!?  Proceeds benefit the Children’s Resource Center wing at the Huntington Beach Public Library.  The Huntington Beach Concours d’Elegance, with all non-paid volunteers has, since its founding in 1985, raised over $900,000 in support of the infrastructure of the library, which includes learning services, computers, books and other miscellaneous items in support of all children whether normal, gifted, or physically challenged.

Last year a diverse group of eight Lincoln owners converged on Surf City’s Central Park. The jewel tones and pastels of the mid-century vehicles were in full view and, of course, basic black which is never out of style!

Five Lincolns at the show carried home awards. Topping the Concours category was Don Torrence’s 1970 Mark III, followed by Elayne Bendel’s 1964 convertible and Halsey Posadas’ 1972 Mark IV. Among Street entries, Ron Anast took home first place for his 1977 Town Coupe and second place was awarded to Bill Herbly with his 1959 Continental.

Don Torrence’s sparkling 1970 Mark III took top honors in the Lincoln Concours class.

New LCOC member Robert Adamo displayed a lovely original 1973 Mark IV obtained from a member from the LCOC Northstar Region. How nice to continue the LCOC tradition with this beautiful car.

Robert Adamo spruces up his 1973 Mark IV.

Bill’s 1959 Mark IV was obtained at auction shortly before the concours. HIs plan is to keep it stock during the restoration process. We look forward to seeing Bill at future events to see how this work in progress is moving along.

Bill Herbly’s 1959 Continental coupe.

A pair of Mark VIIs shown by Jim Ayres and Bob Blevins were crowd pleasers.

Of course, there was much to see outside the Lincoln display. British cars from Bentleys to MGs to Jaguars and others are always prominent at this show and a real treat. Antique fire vehicles added even more to the ambiance. A 1953 Cadillac looked like a treasured artifact from The Godfather. Racers, Corvettes, BMWs, Italian sports cars were part of the diverse field.