Qruisin PCH, Quarantine Cruise 8
Bigger & Better in HB
We did it again. Over 2,000 vehicles gathered together in Huntington Beach, California. Well, actually, the meetup spots have been in Westminster, Long Beach, and now Costa Mesa, but you get the point. This time the meet up point was at the SOCO and the OC Mix Shopping Center. And while the beginning venue might change, the wide array of hot rods, muscle cars, classic cruisers, and of course trucks consistently blows our mind.
When we say "trucks," we're talking about just about everything under the sun in that department, too. Classic fat fenders, C10s, OBS Trucks, patina'd masterpieces, and lifted and laid-out late models. One trend that we're pretty excited about is all the vintage prerunners that have been showing up. It really has us thinking about future Truckin Projects. We're already ordering up some 37-inch tires!
The original idea 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 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, 1500 vehicles showed up to cruise Huntington Beach. Now we see over 2,000 vehicles on the regular and Qruisin PCH has teamed up with @newlandcenterhb for the killer destination spot every month. Check out @qruisinpch @truckinmagazine, @weektowickedjason @hektattoo, @ken, and @keystoneautomotiveoperations for info on the next event. But for now, take a look right here at the photo gallery.