Sothern Californian has long been a hotbed of the classic car community, and now one of the UK’s most successful classic car shows is gearing up to take Los Angeles on the ultimate trip down automotive
memory lane at the Classic Auto Show, presented by Autogeek.com & McKee’s 37 and powered by Velocity, January 27-29, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The 2017 Classic Auto Show is set to be the ultimate experience for any auto enthusiast. There is something for everyone, including a Celebrity Theater featuring the classic auto industry’s biggest names, the nostalgic Grand Boulevard—a “catwalk” of the finest and rarest classic, muscle and historic cars in the world—and the extensive auto swap meet where you’ll find rare old parts, books, manuals and a variety of other impossible-to-find items. Whether one’s interest is in the exciting celebrity theater, the Grand Boulevard or the auto swap meet, there is something for every gearhead or even casual admirer of vintage automobiles.
At the Celebrity Theater, some of the biggest names in auto will hold court over three days, providing behind-the-scene insights on how their shows are produced and expert advice on restoration and motoring, as well as photograph/autosigning sessions. Celebrity guests include Velocity TV’s own Chip Foose and Chris Jacobs of Overhaulin’, Dave Kindig of Bitchin’ Rides, Mike Brewer of Wheeler Dealers, Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars and Mike Phillips of Competition Ready. Plus, Bruce Meyer, the show’s Grand Marshall and iconic classic car collector, will lead a ribbon cutting ceremony and feature cars from his private collection.
On display will be restored vehicles representing all decades of automotive history including cars presented by private collectors and some of Southern California’s best car clubs and vintage auto dealers. Representatives from Austin Healey Club of Southern California, International Thunderbird Club, Jaguar Owner’s Club of Los Angeles, Orange County Mustang Club, Road Kings of Burbank, and San Fernando Valley Model “A” Ford Club, plus hundreds more will be on hand to answer fan’s most complex questions about their favorite automotive brands.