The 4th annual show just wrapped up, and the fun in the sun (and a wonderful cool morning) lasted for hours. Lots of new friends, lots of interest in our Service Station project, and tons of amazing metal for us all to gawk at! See more pictures HERE.
Enjoy this glimpse into the building activities earlier this year. More coming shortly!
The original artist piece will be auctioned off, but EVERYONE gets one of these.
Another great reason to join us at the Sycamore Inn!
Want to become really involved and help with the restoration programs we are involved with? Check out how you can right HERE!
Have some fun looking back on 2013 and the accomplishments of Route66 IECA.
If you had fun LAST year at the car show, be prepared for another great show this year. An even larger area to accommodate all our friends and their vintage rides! If you didn’t make it last year, please come. Great cars, great fun, and share in the adventure we are having to contribute to preserving our Route 66 heritage.
Click here to get more information and entry information to show off your wheels. All proceeds go the the restoration of the fantastic Cucamonga Service Station.
KEEP SATURDAY, JUNE 28th OPEN!!!
In January 2012, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Route 66 IECA (Inland Empire California), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was established. The primary purpose of the organization is to promote the preservation of historically significant landmarks, to promote international tourism and to promote businesses along Route 66. We have come to realize Route 66 holds a special place in the American consciousness.
The Story of Route 66 is our story. It embodies what makes us a great nation. Our love affair with the automobile, together with the people who have traveled, and will continue to travel, the “Mother Road” is uniquely ours. Route 66 IECA is working to preserve this history, specifically in the Inland Empire.
Our current project is saving, restoring, and bringing back to community use a structure that starting serving the Rancho Cucamonga area in the early part of the 20th Century, the Cucamonga Service Station.
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For all ye who needeth a valu’d reminder
Ye full of holiday cheer, and spirit of family and grog both;
May findeth some hardship in memorance
of important datath;
Fear not ye Good Peoples, we bring forth a Calendar of Merriment;
Feast ye eyes on the firsteth of many; good meetings of cheer and merriment, and surely more to cometh!