Ruby's Cruise Night

Ruby's Cruise Night by Ruby's Diner Whittier

Quick Facts

Where? 10109 Whitwood Drive, Whittier, 90603
When? Every Friday 5PM - 8PM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend.

First show back of the season by Ruby's Diner. Calling all Pre-1979 American cars and trucks.

Every Friday at 5pm until the last Friday of October.

This is a fun event for the family with trophies, drawing, prizes and food. 15% Discount to Show Participants.

Quick Facts

Where? 10109 Whitwood Drive, Whittier, 90603
When? Every Friday 5PM - 8PM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend.

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