The 2012 Huntington Beach Cruise-In was an exceptional customer event and a ton of fun. Factory Five video pro Greg Hoy put together 11 short videos to give you an idea of the event. Click on any of the YouTube videos below.
Brian Smith and his dad built a Mk4 Roadster while documenting it for a book Brian is publishing. Brian talks about his car, building it with his dad, and let us know the book will be available this July. Click here for more on Brian’s book.
Factory Five customer Erik Hansen came to the 2012 Factory Five Racing Huntington Beach Cruise-In with his ’33 Hot Rod and was awarded Best in Show – Hot Rod. We caught up with him to discuss his build and see some of the custom mods he made.
Factory Five pro-builder John Cameron of Cameron Autosports brought his FFR Roadster to the 2012 Huntington Beach Cruise-In and was awarded Best in Show Overall.
Factory Five customer Mike Dingman was interviewed at the 2012 Huntington Beach Cruise-in after being awarded Best in Show – Roadster. We talked to Mike about his experience building his Roadster and get his thoughts on the FFR community.
Factory Five customer Chuck Armstrong brought his recently completed Factory Five ’33 Hot Rod to the 2012 Huntington Beach Cruise-In. We caught up with Chuck for a quick interview.
Factory Five customer Dennis Russel brought his Factory Five ’33 Hot Rod to the 2012 Huntington Beach Cruise-In and was awarded “Best In Show – ’33 Hot Rod Runner-Up.” We caught up with him for a quick interview.
Factory Five customer Don Vaught brought his Factory Five Type 65 Coupe to the show and won Best in Show Type 65 Coupe Runner-up.
Factory Five Pro Painters Jeff Miller did something really cool at this year’s Huntington Beach Cruise-In – he had any one passing by to sign his FFR Roadster.
The Moment of Thunder is a tradition at the Huntington Beach Cruise-In to pay tribute to those we have lost in the Factory Five community. Here’s the video from this year’s Moment of Thunder.
Here’s the section that shows the Car Warriors ’33 Hot Rod unveiling that happened at 10:30 AM on the morning of the cruise-in. More chapters to come soon.
Also check out Factory Five Erik Hansen who made his own video with a combination of video clips and photos. Great images here!
Factory Five Mike (289_FIA) sent us this image of the Factory Five truck heading back east after Huntington Beach. Thanks for the cool shot Mike!
Also, thanks to D. Brian Smith from RedlineReview.com who wrote a fun article covering the event. Click here to read it.