Radwood is Goodwood for cars of the 80s and 90s

A new car show in northern California just might have the best name ever in the history of car shows. Described as Goodwood for 80s and 90s cars, Radwood will be held on June 3 in San Francisco, California.

Basically, 80s and 90s costumes are mandatory, and any cars of any country of origin are eligible, as long as it was built between January 1, 1980 and December 31, 1999. This is a concept we can definitely get behind.

Modifications are allowed, but they must be of the era. “This is not about stance, because that’s not period correct,” co-founder Art Cervantes explained. In addition, there will be a special section for “Radwood Royalty,” which Art described to us as “cars that capture the essence of the era, like a white on white Testarossa or a black Back to the Future Toyota pickup.”

If you would like to participate, you can register here. The show will open from 8am to 2pm. Admission is free.

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13 Responses to Radwood is Goodwood for cars of the 80s and 90s

  1. Ah man, Ben you gotta bring your Celica Supra out to this!

  2. Cesariojpn says:

    Initial D “technically” started in the 90’s, as one of the Eurobeat songs references the 90’s, so we all got at least one in.

  3. SHC says:

    Boy is that a stretch calling it “Goodwood” for ’80’s and ’90’s cars with no timed runs.

    • Mark Newton-John says:

      That’s sorta easy. There’s no where they could do any runs at Brisbane Marina. Sure, there’s the hills nearby where they shot the Bullitt car chase, but I’m sure they don’t need a bunch of cars racing around there, either.

  4. Jayrdee says:

    Stuff like this makes me really consider re-locating out west.

  5. jivecom says:

    Please tell me you’ve got someone covering this

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