You asked and Radwood organizers listened. According to Radwood’s official Instagram, they’re bringing their 80’s and 90’s period correct car show all the way from Northern California down to SoCal for a one day car meet that’s sure to bring out some of the cleanest and well-preserved rides of that particular era. Check out their Instagram post below and be sure to give them a follow for future details on the meet.
When Radwood Northern California was announced, even though I didn’t have a period correct car technically, it did give me the impetus to fix it up (had some exhaust issues) in order to make the trek from San Joaquin Valley up to the Bay Area where Radwood was being held. It was well worth the effort as although I arrived late, I was able to enjoy myself checking out the dozens of rides that were displayed around the marina and parking lot. If you haven’t checked out my previous post highlighting some of the better pictures from that day, check it out here.
Details on the meet presumably haven’t been ironed out yet and it looks like Radwood organizers are sussing out a location and a good date sometime in December to hold the meet, but it shouldn’t disappoint.
The only requirements for Radwood, if you plan to be part of the show, is that your car is made between 1980-1999 and be period correct for the era. For example, even though my car, a 1999 Honda Civic, was made between that era it wouldn’t be considered period correct. A super clean CR-X, an EF Civic or possibly a clean EG Civic would fit the bill.
Like we mentioned earlier, the best way to stay on top of this meet and get all the latest details is to follow Radwood on Instagram. In addition, you can bookmark their website where they’ll most likely post updates. And if you’re really a fan and want to get details as their ruminated over, subscribe to DWA’s podcast on Shout Engine where the main meet organizers talk about anything and everything cars (including Radwood updates.
For now, we’ll leave you with a couple of photos posted by others that went to Radwood in Brisbane, Calif to whet your appetitive for the L.A. show.