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Legacy Tustin Cars & Coffee 4/11

Phil Caliva, photos by Alice Johnson  | Published on 4/11/2021

 

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Legacy Tustin Cars & Coffee 4/11




After having our usual wonderful Ham, Egg, Avocado, and Jalapeno croissant, John ,Alice, Peter and I left Balboa and arrived at Tustin around 0810. We were surprised to Mind almost all German cars, because Sandy Bettelman had told me this Sunday was featuring Japanese Cars.

 

The show was complete with vintage Porches, VW's of every configuration, BMW's, old Mercedes Benz's , a few odd German cars, and a couple of Alfa Romeo's. Of note was a 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV that was very beautiful in stance and looks. It had been modified by a shop in the city of Orange, with Alfaholics wheels from England and an Alfa four cam V6, what a machine!!.

 

The three Healey products and an MG T-series were the only English cars in attendance. In all it was a nice show as usual and we had a great time while there.

 

Peter and I headed north on PCH and then over the new bridge to the Vincent Thomas bridge. Upon arrival we were detoured by the CHP because construction was in progress. Luckily, I know my way around the Harbor so we just backtracked to the Henry Ford bridge and on to PCH north again. When we arrived at the Harbor FWY I headed north to my shop and Peter continued to his residence in Palos Verdes.

 

Another lovely Sunday on the road with our Healey's.