California Car Meetup: Bob’s Big Boy Cruise Night

1940 Ford Sedan Delivery, also known as Lemon Pie. Ford made exactly 5,325 of these vehicles.
1940 Ford Sedan Delivery, also known as Lemon Pie. Ford made exactly 5,325 of these vehicles.
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1932 Ford Roadster, also known as “Old Money” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1932 Ford Roadster, also known as “Old Money” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1932 Ford Roadster, also known as “Old Money” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1940 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery, also known as Money Pit – the grille makes this one deluxe (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1940 Ford Sedan Delivery Deluxe, also known as “Money Pit” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Edelbrock engine upgrade converts the sedan into a hot rod. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
RCR (Race Car Replicas) GT40, a continuation of the 1965 Ford GT40 Mk I in the original style (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
RCR (Race Car Replicas) GT40, a continuation of the 1965 Ford GT40 Mk I in the original style (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
RCR (Race Car Replicas) GT40, a continuation of the 1965 Ford GT40 Mk I in the original style (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1966 Pontiac 2+2, the GTO’s big brother, 421 c.i. 376 hp engine (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Power top, power windows, power sports steering and power brakes (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Often referred to as the GTO’s “big brother” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1966 Pontiac 2+2, the GTO’s “big brother” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The 1969 Corvette brought back the “Stingray” badge missing on 1968 models. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Cadillac was the first to add fins to body styling and the fins on the 1959 Cadillac were the most flamboyant. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
About 21,000 1960 Cadillac Coupe De Ville hardtops were made. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The 1960 Coupe De Ville measures 225 inches front fender to rear bumper. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The chrome script on the rear fender is indicative of De Villes starting in 1951. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
2007 Corvette Convertible – the car show isn’t just for classic cars (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Its LS2 6.0L V-8 engine produces 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1967 Corvette Convertible in sun fire yellow – the last model before the introduction of the shark (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Aside from introducing the 5-slot side fender vents, this model was the first Corvette to have the parking brake installed between the seats. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1965 Shelby Cobra 427 kit car (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Only about 300 original Cobra 427 cars were made between 1965 and 1968. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1965 Shelby Cobra 427 kit car (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1971 Ford Pinto Rallye (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The two-door hatchback was the most popular Pinto model type. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1957 Chevrolet Bel Aire, 350 c.i. V8 small-block engine, lowered suspension, power windows and A/C. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1971 Avanti II Coupe with 30,000 miles (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The Avanti II was built on a Studebaker chassis and powered by a Chevy V8 engine. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1932 Ford hot rod aka “the Deuce” (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Ford first had production V8 engines installed in 1932. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1956 Ford F-100 Pickup, 150K miles (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The ’56 F-100 introduced a 12-volt electrical system, new grille, and a trendy wraparound front windshield. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
Need a classic? For sale, a 1961 Chrysler Newport, 2-door hardtop, 361 c.i. v8 9.00 to 1 compression engine (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
At $2,964, the vehicle was both popular and affordable. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
The Burbank Road Kings classic car show every Friday at Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., often frequented by celebrity collectors like Jay Leno and Tim Allen. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
1934 Packard 1101 Club Sedan. Packards were built in the U.S. from 1899 until 1958. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
For this series, the slotted front bumpers created a double-bar look. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
(photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
This 11-series Packard has a V8 120 hp engine. (photo credit: Michael Shen, blogger of lacantdrive.com)
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