Well-known guests attending were Supervisor Mary Piepho, Assemblyman Guy Houston and KTAC member Linda Weekes. Music was provided by TRP Entertainment's Scott Rizzo. Kinders of Brentwood provided food along with Sonja's Country Inn and The Red Coach Deli. The Knightsen Garden Club sold refreshments. Charley Ochoa interviewed car show participants while documenting a new video for a DVD.
The highlight of the event was the raffle. There were several items raffled off such as a car, wine and gift certificates. Congratulations to the Pastors as the grand prize winner of the Chevrolet.
Jerry Sezar Enterprises provided an open house for his Hot Rod building shop. Knightsen Fire Station #94 was open for the public with free fire prevention pamphlets. Old Fire Engine #1, a 1941 Chevrolet, was on display.
The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office was in attendance with its "Captain D.A.V.E." Prowler Car. The Sheriff's Office provided free gun locks and several pieces of literature for crime prevention.
The event brought in about 125 vehicles, several tractors from the Baldocchi collection, and several hundred attendees. The event was truly a small town celebration with lots of hometown feel.
The evening ended with an outside movie display of more than 100 photos dating back to the 1800's and hosted by Knightsen historian John A. Gonzales.