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Qruisin PCH- Quarantine Cruise 7

12 Miles of Coastline & a New Meeting Spot in Long Beach

Aug 25, 2020
Man, it's been hot out here in SoCal. Like really hot. A good portion of the state is on fire north of us, and there are crazy tropical storms below us, making for Florida-style humidity to go with our record setting heatwave. Even still, the 7th Cruisin PCH Quarantine Cruise brought out another couple thousand cars for everyone to check out, and we're willing to bet that at least half of them don't have air conditioning!
We met up at the new meeting spot on the southern tip of Long Beach, and when the green flag dropped, the giant parking lot full of cars made their way out to Pacific Coast Highway for what was now a full 12 miles of coastline cruising, before finally making our way up Beach Blvd. for our final endpoint, which turns into another full-on car show. HB's finest had Main Street blocked off this time around, so we skipped the pit stop there and took a couple breaks along PCH to watch the parade of custom vehicles roll by.
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This whole thing began 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 stay-at-home order, 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? Who knows, a couple thousand at least! Starting with this cruise, @Qcruisinpch teamed up with @newlandcenterhb for starting and ending Destinations, meaning that all involved in the cruise have the blessing of the shipping center. We're already looking forward to the next one, so check out @truckinmagazine, @week2wickedjason @hektattoo, @ken, and @keystoneautomotiveoperations for info on the next event. But right now, take a look right here at the photo gallery.