Auto Conduct 15 Highlights: Die Hard Cars
LA-based Auto Conduct has been putting together well-designed and curated car shows for the tasteful enthusiast. The 5 featured cars of this event have one thing in common: they have been by their owners' sides through thick and thin.
For those unfamiliar with Auto Conduct, this series of car shows curated by automotive designer Ezekiel Wheeler is challenging the status quo of Sunday morning car shows. Each Auto Conduct event tends to have a unique theme. Show number 15 was a celebration of cars and owners with a long-term relationship.
Wheeler's events are curated with an eye for aesthetic perfection. The show was crafted to tell the story of the featured cars. The latest edition of this pop-up event took place at CVMPUS self-service garage in Hawthorne, CA.
The setting provided for a cool backdrop to showcase the cars. And it created some cool photo opportunities as well. There was also enough space in the parking lot for attendees to pop in and show off their own rides on this cool Sunday morning.
The 5 cars featured for Auto Conduct's 15th meet each have their own tales to tell. They've all been die-hard rides for their owners. Check out the event's Instagram page for more information on the cars.
Of course, as we all know, Sundays are for driving. And these folks didn't want to miss an opportunity to go out for a drive and have some coffee in the company of other cool cars.
A little bit of Everything
While the Porsches went ahead and stole the show, Auto Conduct 15 had something for everyone. If you're in the Los Angeles area, be sure to check them out at their next pop-up event. Follow them on Instagram to stay up to date on their upcoming shows.
1971 Datsun 1600
For those not in the Southern California area, Auto Conduct may be coming to a city near you soon. The event's organizers are looking to expand to new locations soon, as Wheeler told us.
Front Engine Porsches are Always Welcome
Click through and enjoy these highlights from the show.
Little ol' Jetta
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