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Radwood, a San Francisco Bay car show celebrating autos from the 80s and 90s, is coming back Sunday, June 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. PST at Oyster Point in South San Francisco, California.
The 1980s and 90s were stylistic wonder years for the modern automobile. Post 70s bravura had moved to a more modern chic, with futuristic body types and interior designs that would make even the flashiest car guy blush. The problem with this quasi-antique, somewhat modern genre is most car shows cut eligibility at pre-1973 models, and local Cars & Coffee events frequently devolve into “supercar one-upmanship and dyno sheet saber rattling” that the average car guy can’t really afford to compete with.
This period is indicative of the celebration of the individual, and cars are no exception. So, it’s not a surprise these nostalgic car guys would put together a show which “gloriously celebrates the angular, analog and awesome cars of the 1980s and ‘90s,” without all “stuck-up rich dude a**holery” they don’t like dealing with. Enter Radwood.
“While the 80s and 90s cars and culture have quirks and flaws, they are the quirks and flaws we grew up with. These are the cars that are a part of our past, and our eyeglasses are tinting rosier as the clock moves forward.”
The Piston Foundation salutes Radwood and its organizers for offering this niche group a place to celebrate the culture they grew up loving. All car guys deserve a place to indulge in their passions, and Radwood is an excellent event to do just that.
Tickets to Radwood can be purchased online, here: https://bit.ly/2JPsigq
Stories via: Patrick George and Kurt Klingensmith for Jalopnik https://bit.ly/2M4kIv6 ; https://bit.ly/2tai4wJ
Photo via: Kurt Klingensmith for @Jalopnik https://bit.ly/2tai4wJ