California is rich in culture, warm and full of hot cars and beautiful women. Some of the coolest looking hot rods and exotics come out of this state. Most of these enthusiast are attracted to the year-long warm weather that allows you to have car show without fifteen inches of snow in the winter time. If you have ever taken a trip to California you will see a custom car on almost every corner.
While most car shows are in the late afternoon, we found a cruse in the gathers in the early morning while gathering some breakfast at your local coffee shop. They call it caffeine cruising, and for you crack-a-dawn people this might be something to check out. The good thing about a car show this early is there is virtually no one on the roads. Although the car show is not a big at some car shows you might see later in the day, there is still a good share of custom one of kind hot rods to be seen.
Speedhunters jumped in there newly Mustang 5.0 and took the drive down to see what kind of cars where out at this hour. One car the caught our eye was a mean looking red 1969 Chevelle SS that had a nice set of aftermarket wheels. Also in the pack was a dropped Buick Riviera that looks to be sitting on a set of air bags. Over in the corner sat a 1969 Camaro SS that had a nice 302 with a 4-speed transmission combination.
There where many nice cars to see, so if you’re ever up at 7am and in Torrence, head on down for a coffee and some muscle car eye candy.