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Pomona Swap Meet
George and Sons, INC.
P.O. Box 3923
Tustin, CA 92781
(714) 538-7091

Pomona Swap Meet is specifically designed for the antique auto enthusiast.  We invite you to visit one or more of the eight events sponsored by George Cross & Sons, Inc., held at the Fairplex in Pomona.  

At each event you will find hundreds of vendors in over 3,000 vendor spaces selling tons of hard to find car parts and accessories at low swap meet prices.  Thousands of vehicles (many for sale, some just for show) from all across the country are displayed by their owners in five distinct Cars for Show & Sale Areas (Antique Autos - pre-75, Corvettes, Porsches, Street Rods and Volkswagens .) The event is appealing to a diverse and international audience, with up to 20,000 buyers and spectators each show.  People come from all over the globe just see the West Coast's Largest Antique Auto, Corvette, Porsche, Street Rod and Volkswagen Swap Meet and Car Show.

Boyd Coddingtons Collector Car Events
811 E. Lambert Rd.
La Habra, CA 90631
Ph. (214) 415-3855

Much has been written about Boyd Coddington, and viewers might infer even more from watching Boyd's television show, American Hot Rod. Everyone wants to know what makes this guy tick, but few come close. One thing that can be said with some certainty is that this postwar baby-boomer has no use for a pilot light. His mental and physical burners have been on full-bore from Day One, cooking up an endless stream of ideas in vehicles, wheels, and much more. Along with the dreams and visions, Boyd grew up in a time and place where everyone was expected to pull their own weight, and when something broke around the place, you didn't buy a new one, you fixed what you had. Pretty soon you started making your own stuff you needed from steel or wood you had on hand. This kind of adaptation and ingenuity was a tailor-made resume for entering the post-war hot rod movement.


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