Cruising Southern California in the ’70s

Growing up in Southern California during the ’70s there was no shortage of cruising spots to roll onto any given Friday or Saturday night. I’m sure just about every city in the country had their own popular cruise nights, too. Yet, in living in the Pomona Valley, home of the NHRA Winternationals, and with Irwindale Raceway and OCIR just a quick freeway drive away, those dragstrips had a big influence on the cars that showed up to one of the many SoCal hot spots. In the mid-’70s, I had yet to possess a driver’s license, so I was limited to hitting up the cruise spots closest to home, as my main mode of transportation was a ’71 Schwinn Orange Krate (thankfully, I still have it). Read more >

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