Chariots SoCal Cruise Night

Check out Chariots SoCal Cruise Night every Wednesday, every week!

Quick Facts

Where? 10723 Palo Verde Avenue, Lakewood, 90713
When? Every Wednesday 4PM - 8PM
Price? Driver tickets at the gate $2.00 each.

Chariots SoCal is a car club founded in the early 60's. We have a classic car cruise every Wednesday Night with cash give aways, raffle and great food from the local restaurants. Welcome to ALL PRE 1980 American Made Cars & Trucks. 

Quick Facts

Where? 10723 Palo Verde Avenue, Lakewood, 90713
When? Every Wednesday 4PM - 8PM
Price? Driver tickets at the gate $2.00 each.

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