An auto club and class at Los Banos High School want a brake lathe and air conditioning tools.
To that end, the auto shop class and Auto Sports Club have planned the fourth annual Homecoming Car Show on Oct. 15 at Pacheco Park, on Pacheco Boulevard. It's not a contest, and the cars are not judged.
"It's more of a cruise-in, where people just come hang out," said auto shop instructor Rod Hill.
Last year's show made about $1,200 for the auto shop, double what any of the previous shows brought in.
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"Last year was big," he said.
The hoist in the auto shop was purchased with the previous three years of car show cash.
Hill said the show will probably draw more than 30 exhibitors and 200 onlookers.
The club and class make their money for the shop from registration fees, food sales and a drawing for dinner and whale watching for two. Snap-on Tools, performance parts and other automotive tools and accessories are also drawing prizes.
Hill said the show will have antique, classic and late-model cars, as well as motorcycles. He said the show will appeal to car enthusiasts and supporters of the high school.
"All of it (the money) goes right to our auto shop," Hill said.
Registration for the show begins at 8 a.m. Oct. 15 and is $20. The first 50 entrants get a "goodie bag."
For more information, contact Hill at (209) 826-6033, ext. 608, or email@example.com.
Enterprise reporter Thaddeus Miller can be reached at (209) 388-6562 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.