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Enthusiasts motored up to help Chevy car club support the nonprofit Rancho San Antonio

The Classic Chevys of Southern California Car Club held its 40th “Classic Car Show” with more than 300 cars on display in Chatsworth — from the Model T era to hot rods to muscle cars of today — at Rancho San Antonio, the nonprofit also known as Rancho San Antonio Boys Home.

The folks at Rancho San Antonio cooked up barbecue lunches as part of the fundraiser on Sunday, May 7, which also doubled as its yearly community open house. The car show included a scale model car show, musical entertainment, vendors, baked goods and silent auctions and raffles.