Classics 2,500 Vehicles at Quarantine Cruise Five: Biggest Moving Classic Car Show in the Country?
Classic cars group meet up for the first time since pandemic
Classic cars group meet up for the first time since pandemicThe president of the Crowley’s Ridge Cruisers, Jerry Brown, says they have been cooped up for a while and they are happy to be back out together.
There is no doubt that, , , and have stumbled into something huge. Some combination of the right people at the right time has turned this little Quarantine Cruise in Huntington Beach, California, into a massive gathering of classic car enthusiasts from all over Southern California and beyond.
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In the beginning, it was just a couple dozen friends, family, and coworkers who needed an excuse to get out during statewide social distancing mandates. What better way to socially distance than hop in classic cars and hot rods for a cruise alongside your buddies? It was the first glimpse Jason Scudellari and the first group had of "normalcy" during the global pandemic, even while wearing masks and staying in their cars. Apparently, they weren't the only ones craving it because the next cruise drew more cars, and even more the next. Now, the fifth Quarantine Cruise brought out a staggering 2,500 hot rods and muscle cars.
With warm Southern California weather already here and loosening government restrictions on businesses and social distancing, there is no telling where this moving car show will go from here. At the very least, Jason told us they've got another event already planned for next month. For now, enjoy this massive photo gallery we put together with everything from T-Buckets to Tri-Five Chevys, '60s muscle cars, and even a couple new C8 Corvettes cruising Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, California.
Porsche pulls two works cars from the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 .
© LAT Core Autosport will pause at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2020 Porsche will only compete with two works cars at the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2020. The two North American vehicles managed by Core Autosport will be withdrawn. The reason for this is the current situation around the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.