Toy drive in a lowrider

LANCASTER – Sun glistened off the shiny chrome and paint of dozens of classic cars and lowriders on display during the AV Majestic’s 2nd Annual Toy Drive Car Show Saturday.

The event featured local lowriders, such as custom Chevy Impalas and Cadillacs, as well as a few custom motorcycles.

Owners came from across Southern California to showcase their cars and to participate in the hydraulics car show.

The family-oriented event also included local food vendors, raffles, and prizes. The lowriders were the main attraction, but to view the custom cars, you had to bring a toy.

This year, AV Majestics partnered with Total Deliverance Church to host a Christmas Toy Drive as part of the event. Attendees stuffed a decorated green van with unwrapped toys and stuffed animals to be donated to underprivileged children in the community.

About 75 people turned out for the event, which took place in the Total Deliverance Church parking lot on 10th Street West and Avenue I in Lancaster.

“This is a good turnout for the Antelope Valley,” said Jesse Blayloch, an organizer from AV Majestics.

The following are some sights from the AV Majestic’s 2nd Annual Toy Drive Car Show Saturday.