The event is for everyone. Starting at 1:30 p.m., unique cars, tractors, hot rods, kit cars, rat rods and specialty cars will enter from Second Street at Knightsen Avenue to be directed to their display spot. Music will begin about 2 p.m., provided by TRP Crew Entertainment "The Riz." The Red Coach Deli will provide sandwiches and refreshments, and Brentwood Fine Meats will host a barbecue.
In addition, Sonja's Country Inn will be open for business and Liberty High School students will host a hot dog stand. Old Knightsen Street signs can be purchased for $10 until they are gone, or at 4 p.m., when the unsold signs will be auctioned off.
Bicycles, skateboards and horses are not allowed in the event area. All dogs must be on a leash.
Tickets for the raffle will be available till 5:30 p.m. The raffle will take place at 6 p.m. First prize is a loaded 1991 Buick Riviera from Groth Chevrolet of Livermore. Second prize is a brand-new Dell Computer provided by MCR. Third prize is a Pro Wake Board by Delta Sport Boats. Fourth Prize is a Kodak camera with docking station by Target Stores. Fifth prize is a pro car battery charger from Brentwood Auto Parts. Sixth prize is a Wal-Mart gift certificate, and last is a camping lantern. A limited supply of custom Fire Engine #1 T-shirts will be on sale for $8 each. At dusk a silent movie on the history of Knightsen will be shown on the front of Jerry Sezar Hot Rod Shop building. The show lasts about an hour. A street dance could follow if time allows.