On June 23 the Highway Earth Show is scheduled at scenic Franklin Canyon Park, 2600 Franklin Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210. Besides its scenic beauty this site is also famous for the opening title scene of the Andy Griffith Show where Andy and his young son Opie (Ron Howard) are heading to the old fishing hole.
Who knows what exotic vehicle or celebrity might park right next to you at this event? Or, you might just find your car’s photo in a popular car magazine soon.
The car show is the brainchild of Evan Klein, a Los Angeles based automotive photographer and dedicated car lover. He shoots for all your favorite car magazines, Motor Trend, Road and Track, Octane, Automobile, Hagerty, as well as new car manufacturers. Highway Earth came from his love for cars and wanting others to have a place to share their stories. When he’s not shooting, you’ll probably find him keeping his 1967 Alfa Giulia on the road. Click here for more information about Evan and to register for this show.
ALL AMERICAN ORIGINALS is a car show for original survivor pre-1977 cars or those that have been restored as a original. This is a fun show at a compact venue for those who appreciate the older vehicles that haven’t been customized. It was conceived of by a group of vintage car collectors who were sick of entering their genuine vintage cars in shows, and having to compete with what are are essentially brand new “kit” cars. These cars were allowed to enter a 1930s class because the plastic body they used is shaped like a 1930s coupe.
Virtually any type of open or closed vehicle may be entered from your classic Lincoln to your woodie wagon. Trophies are awarded. Click here for a registration form and more information. Registration cost is $25 before July 11 and $30 on show day.
If you appreciate classic and vintage automobiles, unmolested and as they came from the factory, this is YOUR show. We welcome original, and restored-to-original cars and trucks of all makes and models. All we require, is that the vehicle appear with the correct stock equipment, interior, wheels and tires, engine and running gear.
In other words, if you enter a 1932 Ford, it needs to be a 1932 Ford – not a 2008 chassis with a five foot tall 500 hp engine, encased in a fiberglass shell in the shape of a 1932 Ford. This show is for real vintage cars.