(San Diego, CA) – Fiesta de Kustom Kulture, Car and Low-Brow Art Show, was held in the streets of historic Old Town, Saturday, Sept. 10. San Diego Avenue, Harney Street and Twiggs Street was lined with hot rods, street rods, customs, muscle cars and trucks of the pre-1972 era as enthusiasts walked the car show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There was a voting and trophy ceremony for the top rides on display.
There was live entertainment as people soaked up the works of world-famous custom painters and pinstripers right up Artist Alley. A charity auction and raffle was held among the festivities to benefit Old Town San Diego’s own “Meals-on-Wheels, Greater San Diego” and featured original art items donated by Fiesta de Kustom Kulture artists, collectibles from participating vendors, and certificates from local restaurants, boutiques and businesses.
The Old Town Chamber of Commerce and MotorCult, event producers of Fiesta de Kustom Kulture, anticipated the free show will drew automobile fans from all over the Southwestern United States and hope to make it an annual occurrence for Old Town San Diego.