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Jeff and Cheryl Truttman pose near their 1951 Ford Country Squire during the annual Malibu Christmas Woodie Parade on Sunday, Dec. 15. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Dave Sharp’s 1950 Ford has a sunshade or “eye brows” that can lower as well as a surfboard-shaped rearview mirror.
Parade attendees (left to right) Ken and Pattie Gilmour, and Rosemary and Lawrence Pitman pose in front of Lawrence Pitman’s 1946 Ford. The car’s doors are all wood, with no steel, and its top made of canvas.
The Malibu Ukulele Orchestra performs.
Robin and Ken Hower, who own a 1949 Ford Custom stationwagon V8, pose for a photo.
The wood roof of Lawrence Pitman’s 1946 Ford is shown.
Aaron Falkinstein, 6, and Shayna Falkinstein, 8, check out the cars.
Camila and Dave Sharp pose in front of their 1950 Ford.
Rick White (left) and Fireball Tim Lawrence smile for the camera while at the merchandise table. Fireball Tim’s coloring book features an illustration of White’s woodie.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
2:01 am PST December 18, 2019
Year after year, the Malibu Christmas Woodie Parade delights onlookers and participants alike — but the 16th iteration, held Sunday, Dec. 15, was special.