CUSTOMS BY THE SEA CALIFORNIA
TROG (the Race of Gentlemen) is coming to the West Coast! The Customs by the Sea event is tagging along.
In early 2016 it was decided that the very popular Race of Gentlemen TROG event, would now also be held on the Westcoast. The Custom By the Sea event that is organized along side this event is tagging along and will now also be held in Sunny California, Pismo to be precise. This Custom Car event, organized by Kustomrama, will be something all historic Custom Car enthusiast will be looking forward to. The event will be organized to accept only Custom cars that could have been created pre 1952 Customs. Back in time with traditional styled customs cars, back to the beginning in California where it all begun.
The rules are the same as the last Customs by the sea organized in 2015! Early Customs Only! Pre 1952 Custom Cars. Pre 1952 Style. No visible parts after 1952! The Wildwood event will still also take place and will be be held in June, and the Pismo, California event will be held in October! More info and details about the event will be available at the Customs by the Sea Website.
PRE 1952 CUSTOM CAR SHOW
Customs by the Sea is a traditional custom car show presented in cooperation with the Oilers car club, during the Race of Gentlemen, the Customs by the Sea is a celebration of the early custom car.
PRE-REGISTERED CUSTOMS ONLY
The rules are simple. Customs by the Sea is open for pre 1952 custom cars, restyled in a pre 1952 style. No parts newer than 1952. We have a limited number of spaces available so you have to pre-register if you want to be a part of the gathering. If you want to register your vehicle for the show, visit the Customs by the Sea website.
- The 3rd annual Customs by the Sea – East will be held June 4-5, 2016 in Wildwood, New Jersey.
- The 1st Customs by the Sea West be held October 14-15, 2016 in Pismo, California.
Visit www.theraceofgentlemen.com for more information about the race, full schedule, driving directions and more.
The show organizers are looking for any traditional custom cars that use visible parts up to 1952. The rules are strict, and no exceptions are made to make sure this will be an event that looks and feels like it could have been held in 1952. We at the Custom Car Chronicle are really looking forward to see this show take place in California, the place where it all begun. Hopefully the show will feature many new period styled as well as original vintage restored and non restored Customs.
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