It's a car show with a cause and some judges who know what's important when it comes to automobiles.
Twenty-five percent of the proceeds from admission will go to the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation and the Next Up Youth Foundation.
It's not a competitive event, but the cars will be informally judged by children from the charity. And nobody knows better than kids when it comes to determining what's cool about a car -- forget heated seats, cupholders and reasonable monthly insurance payments.
“I think it’s going to be fantastic,” event co-organizer Robert Escalante told OC Local News Network. "What’s important about this event is that it’s the first time that a group of people have come together and created a pageant of automobiles for all the automotive culture in Orange County."
Among the vehicles on display will be Al Capone's 1930 Cadillac V-16 and the Batmobile from "Batman Returns." Escalante said visitors can expect to see everything OC collectors have to offer.