Car show and toy drive celebrate the holidays

Russ Golesh shows off his 1937 Oldsmobile L37-2811, a fully restored coupe, at the Cruising La Verne Holiday Car Show on Nov. 20. Golesh said he takes his car to multiple car shows a year. The car show took over D Street in downtown La Verne with hundreds of classic and new vehicles. The event also included the CHiPs for Kids holiday toy drive sponsored by the California Highway Patrol. / photo by William Hardy
Russ Golesh shows off his 1937 Oldsmobile L37-2811, a fully restored coupe, at the Cruising La Verne Holiday Car Show on Nov. 20. Golesh said he takes his car to multiple car shows a year. The car show took over D Street in downtown La Verne with hundreds of classic and new vehicles. The event also included the CHiPs for Kids holiday toy drive sponsored by the California Highway Patrol. / photo by William Hardy
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William Zeus Hardy, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times. His work can also be found at williamhardy.mypixieset.com.

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