Morning fog breaks free and emerging from it, wild examples of paint an livery design that sets the tone for the day’s event – Wild Things. Held at the iconic Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo, California, Auto Conduct’s eighth self-produced pop-up car show brought together another diverse field of feature cars each representing vastly unique takes on paint and graphic design expression. Benton Performance brought out their Porsche 356 Panamericana race car. Dominic Le cruised up from Orange County to showcase his home garage built titanium laced candy apple red Datsun 240Z. Coby Gerwitz laid his stunning panel paint scheme 1965 Ford Econoline Van, dubbed “VanGo”, Jay Adriano Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 graced in the unique musings of “Itasha-Style” livery. Essentially the clashing of Japanese Anime stories lines and characters for exceptional custom cars. of 1954 Chevy 210 custom chop top built by Jack Fields of Kraftsman Autoworks.
While spectators adjusted their eyes to the field of feature cars, Corsa Lusso was on hand brewing fresh hot coffee simultaneously chowing down some original Randy’s Donuts walking the lot, enjoying the collection at the Automobile Driving Museum and even a few cars to take a spin around the block in style. (Photos: Leo Mayorquin)