Only in their dreams did members of the Redwood Empire Classic Chevy Club host a car show this year.
The global pandemic utterly wrecked the club’s plans for its annual May sweet-old-car love fest at Stoke Ranch, just north of Santa Rosa.
On Wednesday, the connoisseurs of Tri-Fives — Chevrolets built in 1955, 1956 and 1957 — switched gears to Plan B.
A band of Classic Chevy Club members met up in the parking lot of the Raley’s supermarket on Fulton Road, then they traveled by caravan to the Redwood Empire Food Bank off Airport Boulevard.
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