SAN LORENZO, Calif. (KTVU) - Saturday marks the 17th annual Arroyo Charity Car Show in memory of a San Lorenzo man killed outside his family trucking business in Berkeley 20 years ago.
The entire car show is hosted by volunteers and all of the proceeds go towards high school sports. The family-friendly event hosts hundreds of classic, custom and vintage cars. From tricked out trucks and low riders, to muscle cars and motorcycles, the event offers an impressive display. And if cars don't do it for you, there's also live music, food trucks. raffle prizes and a silent auction.
Berkeley police believe Rick DeVecchi, 37 at the time, was hit intentionally after he noticed a man prowling around the bed of his truck. DeVecchi's father witnessed the hit and run. The vehicle is described as a white or tan Cadillac. The case is remains unsolved and there is still a $50,000 reward.
Devecchi was a graduate of Arroyo High School. The event runs at the school from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 15701 Lorenzo Ave. in San Lorenzo.