From unrestored daily drivers…
… to exquisite restorations, like this Pierce Arrow, the Whittier Area Classic Car show was filled with exciting variety.
It’s always fun to see owners who really carry the era of the car into fun details like these.
The bright orange and white combo of this hot rod helped it to stand out in a crowd of beautiful cars.
As I have such a soft spot for both the Nova and the Falcon, it’s no surprise that little Ramblers like these always catch my eye.
The last time we saw this Rockview Dairy truck, it was at an NHRA event, and they were tossing ice-cold Rockview milk out to the crowds!
The pistachio color of this bullet-nosed Studebaker was a welcome change from the darker colors usually seen on this model.
I’m sure I wasn’t the only show goer eager to take a ride up the coast in one of these gorgeous convertible Jaguars.
One of my favorites of the show, this cab-over Ford truck was quite an unusual beauty.
Each Nova I see gives me more ideas on how I’d like to restore mine. Thanks to the Whittier Area Classic Car Show for the inspiration!