With the belief that every child deserves a toy during the holiday season, Dustin Troyan began Motor4Toys, a charitable foundation dedicated to helping as many children as possible.
Last summer, Troyan was selected as a Classic Car Community Hero honored by Classic Car News on Collector Car Appreciation Day. He was honored for creating Super Car Sunday, which has become a huge weekly gathering in Warner Center Park in Woodland Hills, California, each week with contributions going towards Motor4Toys.
Sunday, December 6, Motor4Toys hosts its 12th annual Charitable Exotic Car Show in the Anthem Building in the Warner Center from 6:30 a.m. until noon.
Motor4Toys’ goal is to raise 60,000 toys this year, with 100 percent of toys and funds collected to be donated.
Serval car clubs from across California have RSVP’d for the event, including Ferrari Club of America, Stangpede, Santa Barbara Porsche Club, Lamborghini Club of Northern California, the Gold Rush Rally cars, Vintage Corvette Club, Tesla Club, Socal Mini Maniacs, Shelby Club of America, Jeep Club, Nokturnal, and many others.
Entrance to the show is free, but everyone is asked to bring at least one new and of $10 value or more. Troyan anticipates more than 5,000 cars to be in attendance.