The annual "Legends Car Club" Car Show By The Sea was today, and the wife and I tried to go see it.
I hadn't heard about it until last week when my radio club had their August BBQ, and we noticed a sign for it.
WELL....T'was not to be. It was also the "Tall Ships L.A." festival this weekend, and the traffic along Harbor and Gaffey Streets in San Pedro was insane.
Having lived in San Pedro (or "Speedro" as the natives call it) for a few years, and going there all the time for my radio club and the Battleship Iowa, I pretty much know my way around, so we went in the "back way" (Western Ave South to 25th St, then East to Gaffey) to Point Fermin Park, and avoided 90% of the traffic that was clogging up Harbor and Gaffey.
Right about the time we got to Fort MacArthur (Our Field Day site), we hit the car show traffic.
I probably should have known it would be like this as their flyer said they limited entries to "the first 600 cars that apply", but I thought we'd chance it anyway.
Oh, well, at least we got to see some pretty nice cars in the "overflow" lot, and a ton of tricked out Big Bikes, as we drove by.
Coming up on September 27th is the "Japanese Classic Car Show" at the Queen Mary, and hopefully I'll get to meet some of my fellow Supra owner's there.
Last year they had a Toyota 2000 GT, and I'd really like to see one of those "In The Aluminum"!