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  It is with great sadness that this year's show has been cancelled as of July 10th, 2016. If you have already signed up and paid for an entry, we will be sending out refunds to you shortly. Our focus now will be bringing an excellent back show back in 2017.
Again, our deepest apologies, The PMC-CPOA.  
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Welcome to the online home of the Run to the Pines Car Show in Pine Mountain Club, California. This event is held every year in the Pine Mountain Village Center, a picturesque area of pine trees, unique shops, a general store, gas station, hotels, and restaurants. Located mid-valley at about 5500 feet elevation, the Village is surrounded by Pine Mountain Club, a private community of about 2000 residents, without a single stoplight. The valley lies between two mountain ranges, with peaks soaring well above 8,000 feet. Even in August there may still be streaks of snow at the higher elevations. Just 20 miles west of Interstate 5, Pine Mountain Club is also about 20 miles east of Highway 166, making the winding two-lane highway through it a very popular choice for a Sunday- or any-day cruise almost year round. Because of the altitude, the weather even in August can be very mild compared to the valleys below. Average highs in August are in the 80’s. Remember, this is the mountains; if you linger into the evening after the Show is over, it can cool off quickly once the sun goes down. But chances are, blue skies, a few clouds, and crisp pine-scented air will make for a most-enjoyable late summer day! Use the Directions button above for a detailed map and instructions on getting to Pine Mountain Village Center from your location.

 So don't hesitate this year - Bring the family up to see the Car Show - there's something for everyone!


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