(Chino Hills, CA) – The Friends of Steve McQueen Car Show is an automotive gathering held in early June to raise funds for Boys Republic, a private, non-profit, nonsectarian community for at-risk boys and girls ages 13-17.
CoolFords was at the event, and we grabbed some video walking through rows of Mustang Bullitt cars. There was an abundance of dark forest green Ford Mustangs in attendance as expected.
We also caught some video of a purple 2012 Ford F-150 Thunder By Galpin Auto Sports.
Every summer the Friends of Steve McQueen Car Show brings thousands of spectators to the Boys Republic campus, where 16 year-old Steve McQueen spent time as a student in 1946. Since its start in 2008, the event has raised over $135,000 and has helped to attract corporate interest resulting in donations of skilled labor and building materials through the Lowe’s Heroes community improvement project valued at more than $100,000.
Established in 2008 by members and friends of the (Porsche) 356 Club of Southern California, the event attracts automobile, motorcycle and off-road motorsports enthusiasts from throughout the U.S.