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October 25, 2000

Miss Information's Guide to Auto Activities

* Compiled by Joan Denver. Readers are advised to call ahead to verify events and times, which are subject to change. Send listings to Miss Information's Automotive Calendar of Events, 6475 E. Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 375, Long Beach, CA 90803. To fax listings: (714) 761-3500. To subscribe: (714) 229-9100.

Continuing Events

Los Angeles. "Coast Road, 1900-1950," through Jan. 7, presents photographic history of California's coast, including construction of Pacific Coast Highway and development and urbanization of coastal communities. Petersen Automotive Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd. (at Fairfax Avenue). (323) 930-2277;

Coming Events


Eagle Rock. Eagle Rockin' Rodders Car Club Cruise-In. Jim's Burgers, 2005 Colorado Blvd. (east of Eagle Rock Boulevard). 6 to 10 p.m. (323) 257-6006.

Lomita. Antique Car Show, featuring "Fins of the '50s." Presented in conjunction with Golden Spike Day, commemorating completion of Transcontinental Railroad in 1869. Lomita Railroad Museum, 2137 W. 250th St. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (310) 325-7110.

Whittier. Classic Car Show, open to 1975 and older customs, street rods and trucks, part of Halloween Fall Fiesta. South Whittier Community Church, 13242 Meyer Road. Noon to 5 p.m. (562) 941-5808.


Costa Mesa. Halloween Bug and Monster Car and Cycle Show, featuring Cobras, Spiders, Vipers, monster trucks, antique hearses and ambulances, other classic automobiles. Orange County Market Place, OC Fairgrounds, 88 Fair Drive. 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (949) 723-6663.

La Palma. Chrysler Products Car Show, presented by Walter P. Chrysler Club, Orange County Chapter. Central Park, 7821 Walker St. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (714) 522-6015 or (714) 956-0140.

Moorpark. Roam'n Relics Car Show, 21st annual event, open to all pre-1973 vehicles. High Street. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Also: National Street Rod Assn. safety inspections. (805) 583-2965.

For the Record

Lemon-law arbitration--Because of erroneous information provided by the California Department of Consumer Affairs, Daewoo Motor America was mistakenly listed Oct. 11 among auto makers that do not offer arbitration to resolve warranty disputes. The company offers a program administered by the Better Business Bureau.

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