Operation Tango Mike Returns to Lakeport

Operation Tango Mike, Stressless Camping.com, and Curbside Car Show Calendar proudly present, Old Time Machines – a car, motorcycle and vintage RV show, on Saturday, August 13, 8 am to 4 pm at Lakeport’s Library Park.

The event is a benefit for Operation Tango Mike, an all volunteer nonprofit that has been shipping monthly care packages to deployed military personnel since 2003.  To date, the organization has sent more than 24,000 care packages.

This year’s show promises an impressive lineup of vintage street rods, custom cars, street machines, hot pickups, vintage RVs and custom motorcycles.

Spectator admission is free and attendees will be treated to a wide array of vehicles.

Participants can enter vehicles at www.curbside.tv/lakeport-show.  Entry can also be made at the registration booth on the day of the show.  All donations directly benefit Operation Tango Mike in the ongoing mission to support our troops.

As in previous years, attendees can participate in the awarding of prizes. Spectators are invited to vote for their favorite, choosing “best of show.”  Handcrafted trophies are being created by local artists and makers.

In addition to the vehicles, added attractions include: DJ Ruben Mora from 9 am to noon, the Fargo Brothers Band from noon to 3 pm, and a special rendition of The National Anthem at noon, presented by Valerie Reid.  KonocTees Custom Screenprinting will be onsite, printing custom souvenir show shirts.

Fantastic food vendors will satisfy a wide range of tastebuds.  Crazy Quilt Farms, Madhouse Food Service, Terped Out Kitchen, Early Lake Lions, Ferrigno’s Italian Baked Goods and O’Meara Bros Brewing Company will provide great menu choices.

Lakeport Tire and Auto Service will provide a cool zone, with a misting booth available for your use, free of charge!  Bring a chair and listen to the music!

Plan to join your friends and neighbors at Old Time Machines and support your troops.  For further information call 707-349-2838.

Photo by Ginny Craven:
Jim Gunnick with the No Name Car Club Trophy and Lynda Steely with the handcrafted trophy she created.
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