Qruisin PCH- Quarantine Cruise 6
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We headed out for a Sunday drive in Huntington Beach, California, as part of the sixth edition of the Quarantine Cruise. And like last month, there were well over 2,000 of our closest custom truck and car enthusiast friends!
You read that number right; this very well might be the largest custom car cruise anywhere, especially during a pandemic. It all started when our friend Jason Scudellari got together with @hektattoo, @ken, and @keystoneautomotiveoperations, who all just thought it would be cool to get together for a cruise around town, including a stretch of Pacific Coast highway and downtown Huntington's Main Street. That happened a week or two into the lockdown, and they all did a couple Instagram posts in the days leading up to that Sunday. About 35 trucks and rods showed up. Two weeks later, about 130 vehicles made the loop. In the following two weeks, people must have really started feeling isolated, because 500 custom vehicles showed up at the next one. By the time Quarantine Cruise 4 rolled around, 1,500 vehicles showed up to cruise Huntington Beach. This time around, as many as 2,300 custom trucks and hot rods came out for the cruise!
With numbers like that, there's bound to be something for everyone. The stay-in-your-car cruise saw tons of custom trucks, including off-road vehicles and pre-runners, along with classics, street rods, imports, rat rods, and muscle cars. There were tons of high-dollar pro-touring vehicles there, rivaling the winner's circle at a Goodguys show.
In addition to all the high-profile builders that have been showing up, Kevin Hart braved the crowds once again, this time in a black Mustang 'vert—and drew a crowd as per usual. We're glad all the weirdos holding their phones in his face to record a celebrity standing around looking at cars have not deterred him from showing up.
For us, we got our '64 out one more time after a mishap on the 4th of July that left us stranded in an intersection for a bit. Now that we got the truck back into fighting shape—it turned out to be a loose positive battery cable—we're still thinking it's time to get one of our other trucks back on the road for the next one. And speaking of the next one, check out @truckinmagazine, @weektowickedjason @hektattoo, @ken, and @keystoneautomotiveoperations for info on the next event. For now, enjoy the photo gallery.