Though the heat index was in the high 90’s, the Labor Day Cruise was a hit! The Labor Day Cruise is one of the most anticipated car events in Southern California. As one of the largest and longest running events in the nation, the show is a two-day event that spreads throughout the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa, California.
The event not only features many cars, trucks, and vendors but also offers a 1.25 mile route to cruise your vehicle around. The Cruise is dedicated to pre-1989 American Made Vehicles, Pre-1974 Volkswagens of any model or a late model Mustang, Camaro or Challenger.
Proceeds from this year went to the Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station. The charity helps in “assisting, honoring and supporting the military men and women who have so bravely served and sacrificed for our country.”
Here’s a highlight reel of the event:
1952 Willys owned by Stan F.
1956 Chevy Bel Air with Arctic White gauges owned by Bob C.
1936 Ford Cabriolet with Old Tyme White gauges owned by Rusty C.
1970 Chevy Camaro with American Muscle gauges
1967 Chevy C10 with Designer Black gauges owned by Philip L.
1952 GMC with Arctic White gauges owned by Jim R.