Journal: Come Hang Out With Petrolicious At This Sunday’s ArtCenter Car Classic

Come Hang Out With Petrolicious At This Sunday’s ArtCenter Car Classic

Michael Banovsky By Michael Banovsky
October 19, 2016
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We’re happy to announce that this Sunday, October 23, Petrolicious will be on hand at the ArtCenter Car Classic in Pasadena, California. Its theme is centered around handcrafted vehicles from the past and present, and with an impressive lineup of cars and expert speakers—not to mention attendees—here’s why you should join us this weekend at one of the best events of the year.

It’s casual: With a start time of 11am and guests like Frank Stephenson,Jonathan Ward, Chris Bangle, Jay Leno, Henrik Fisker, and Shiro Nakamura strolling around the beautiful grounds, it’s a once-a-year celebration of automotive design. And design can’t be rushed.

The cars! The ArtCenter says “…an up-close-and-personal look at a carefully curated selection of rare and unique coach built classics, hot rods, custom cars and futuristic concepts”—trust us, based on past years, the cars displayed will be awesome.

Special events: With live design commentary, campus tours, and more, there’s a definite possibility you’ll have learned something, too.

We’ll be there: As a proud media partner and exhibitor, come visit our booth and say hello! This year, we’ve planned a lineup of activities, including slot car races, a raffle for Petrolicious goods, and a pop-up shop with merchandise from our store. A number of our staff will be on hand, including, Founder Afshin Behnia, Editorial Director Ted Gushue, Film Editor Nadia Fugazza, Producer Michael Kramer, Marketplace Director Shayan Bokaie, and Shop Manager Chris Gonzalez.

The best part? We’re honored that our past films will be screened throughout the ArtCenter Digital Campus.

…with special guests: Peter Giacobbi and his hand-built 1959 Ferrari 250 TR recreation. 

Shop tastefully: Take a look at our shirts, stickers, posters, books, and select merchandise in person, with limited stock available for purchase.

General Admission: $30 per registrant, with children under 12 free.

Get a ticket now before the event is sold out.

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Christopher Gay
Christopher Gay

Looks like fun. As a fabricator and teacher, this would be a good show to hit.
I’d be interested to see student work, as well. Looking forward to your coverage.