A couple weeks ago, we sponsored one of the greatest car shows that I’ve personally ever been to: Radwood 2. Together, with the guys from podcasts Driving While Awesome!, Cammed & Tubbed and Clutchkick, we threw down a show absolutely filled to the brim with 1980's and 1990's cars. Some people got super into it with…
Radwood 2 wasn’t simply a car show, or just a collection of automotive enthusiasts. It was much more than that. It was a refreshing break from the hectic present and an opportunity to relive good moments from the past.
Last Saturday, the very best cars that the ‘80's and ‘90's had to offer descended upon The Phoenix Club in Anaheim, California, to attend Radwood 2. There was music, food, beer and great merch. Dogs and people decked out in their best ’80s and ’90s garb. It was incredible. You were all incredible.
If you didn’t go to Radwood 2 in Anaheim this weekend, I’m about to make you feel really bad. I’m sorry.
We’ve been hyping the Radwood 2 show for weeks, and on Saturday our dreams of bringing the ’80s and ’90s back to the streets finally came to life. And because of all of you, it was excellent. Thank you.
Radwood 2 looked like a good neon time full of the old cars we actually care about. If you were stuck at home, you can relive the good old times vicariously through Jalopnik’s Instagram here, or Radwood’s main account here. We hope you all enjoyed it and weren’t hassled too much for rad props by The Man.
The good news: Radwood 2, the sporty and dynamic 1980s and ‘90s car show, is just a few days away. It happens this Saturday, Dec. 2, in Anaheim, California. The bad news: if you wanted to display your rad car there, you’re shit outta luck. But you can still come and look at the cars.
Hey kids! Are you in the Los Angeles area and have nothing to do Saturday, Dec. 2? Do you need an excuse to get out those old windbreakers, Members Only jackets and neon leotards? Then come to Radwood 2, our ‘80s and ‘90s-themed car show. It’s gonna be totally bitchin’.
If you ask me, the world could use a couple fewer car shows where millionaires scowl at each other on golf courses from behind their Bugattis and Delahayes. My ideal car show would have cars like the Camaro IROC-Z and Toyota Cressida and DeLorean, filled with good music and fine people there to celebrate iconic 1980s…