After five successful events, the Cop Shop Car Show, so named because it is hosted by long-time Cop Shop author Tony Kelly and the Buena Park Police Association, is back. Missing a year mostly due to 9-11 and the pressing matters that public safety contended with in the aftermath, the show has moved to a bigger and better venue, Knott's Berry Farm. This legendary location in Southern California will be the setting for the 6th Cop Shop Car Show on Sunday, Nov. 9th, 2003, beginning at 7:00am. Bring the show car or motorcycle, along with the entire family, to Knott's for a great day of motor vehicles, 50/50 drawing, massive amounts of door prizes, and trophies till the sun goes down (or at least until mid-afternoon). The World's Most Famous '57 Chevy, Project X will be on hand, along with other magazine feature cars. Coverage of the event will appear in Street Rodder and Super Chevy magazines. It's $25 to pre-register, which includes a t-shirt so jump on www.bppd.com(special events) or call Lori at (714) 267-5987, or Rod at (714) 562-3919.