What ties an art show, pin-up contest, and a rockabilly music festival together?  Classic cars, of course!  This weekend, Long Beach celebrated rockabilly culture in style with their Rumble on Pine event…

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While the shiniest cars usually stand out at shows, this one garnered quite a bit of attention for its perfectly rusty patina, which only added to its character.

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The small details on this roadster were unusual, yet perfect for the overall look, like the motorcycle chain that lines this dash.

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RP-IMG_0679rStylized pin striping, matte finishes and blanket-covered seats were certainly out in force at this show!

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If you’ve never been to a rockabilly-themed car show, we highly recommend it.  The culture and cars blend nicely together, and the crowd couldn’t be any nicer!

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