Sale area, Hot Rod seminars, a “Nitro Thunderfest” of Top Fuel dragsters, a great “Street Challenge AutoCross”, a Model & Pedal Car show, and Live Nostalgia entertainment all day.
Over 350 vendors provided a wide variety of goods included; Hoists, lifts, auto parts, Time shares, personalized license plates, engines, Chinese Acupuncture and messages, polishes, jewelry, art, original gas pumps. That was only part of what was offered, for they had; auto insurance, custom car shops, slot racers, bric-a-brac, Hawaiian and hot rod shirts, golden oldies music and tapes, bicycles, drivelines. grills, hubcaps, tools, motorcycles and choppers, gaskets, rims, wheels, car seats and signs. If you “mosey” along it is impossible to see this show in one or two full days.
Every so often cars will leave their marked space and make a cruise down the Cruise route, past the Woody’s pavilion and come back down the Cruise route to the hoots and hollers of their friends and admiring public. Everywhere you go there are friendly people, who will willingly talk to you about their cars, offer you a chair and make you feel right at home.
Fantastic cars, wonderful people, nice weather, and a show that never seems to end, wraps up this Goodguys Del Mar Show.
Thanks for the Show!