Hundreds of cars took over the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center for the second annual Classic Auto Show, organized by Clarion Events – the driving force behind the British original, the Classic Motor Show. The three-day Classic Auto Show brought together some of the Velocity channel’s most recognized stars from car-themed shows as well as industry pioneers, game-changing vehicles, and several California car clubs.
SO MANY STARS
The Velocity channel had a huge presence during the event with some heavy hitting “star power” present. Many of the Velocity stars held panel discussions on topics like “10 Reasons NOT to Buy in Today’s Market & 10 Reasons You MUST,” in addition to interviews and one-on-one “Q&A.” The discussions were well attended and the audience posed questions regarding favorite cars, memories, and what they enjoyed when it came to the other shows on Velocity.
The stars weren’t just on stage however, they could be found at various booths and posed for photos with fans.
“WHAT IS IT?”
One of the most alluring aspects of the Classic Auto Show is its commitment to diversity in its display cars. The Mullen Museum and the Petersen Museum attended the event, each with a selection of rarely seen and largely unrecognizable cars. Enthusiasts brought everything from low-riders to Skylines, Dusenberg’s and other custom creations.
MUSCLE CARS, MUSCLE CARS, AND MORE MUSCLE CARS
Our favorite part, of course, was all the beautiful muscle cars on display, but we do have a little bias with that.