Kustoms, Inc. Cruise Night 2
We return to Buena Park, California, for a ton of trucks and a few surprises
Kustoms Inc. Cruise Night
Qruisin PCH- Quarantine Cruise 5
1500 Classic Vehicles Descend on Huntington Beach for 4th Quarantine Cruise
Another couple hundred custom vehicles took over the old Sears parking lot across the street from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. The cruise came from the brain of Tom McWeeney, owner of Kustoms Inc. and painter extraordinaire. He only had a few rules to govern how his meet-up would be: "No raffles, no vendors, no DJ, no trophies, no burnouts, and no asshats!"
This time around, we actually showed up in a timely manner and hung out for the entire duration of the night. We brought out our neighbor Mike and his '66 VW bus (the '57 F100 was in the shop) and also met up with mini-truck legend Lance Laverty. His old shop, Fine Line, was part of the Mini-Truck Epicenter of Orange County back in the day (just up Stanton Ave. from the cruise), and he and us and another VW and mini-truck builder, Johnny Garrett, took a trip down memory lane that lasted well into the darkness. Recently, Johnny found the fastback that Lance built nearly 30 years ago, and Lance bought it back. He's been working on it like crazy, and tonight was the night he finally rolled it out so we could see it. It was all we could do to take a hot lap and get photos of all the vehicles for you guys to ogle!
If you want to keep an eye out for possible future Kustoms Inc. cruises, check out @kustomsinc on the 'Gram.