Fixing up that classic car sitting in the garage is an exciting process. After everything is done and that car rolls out of the driveway for the first time, you feel like you are ten feet tall and swelling with pride. Your labor of love is rolling down the street and everyone is looking. Getting there, though, means knowing how to find those valuable classic car parts that will get the job done.

Classic car swap meets happen all over the country and are aimed to support classic car enthusiasts in a few different ways. You can bring your project car to show off what you have done so far. Swap meets are also the perfect place to find those hard to find car parts needed for your classic car project. Some folks even trade or sell the parts they don’t need anymore at the meets. Not to mention, these events give you an opportunity to network with other car connoisseurs who share your passion. It doesn’t matter if your working on a Ford, Chevy, Chrysler, Volkswagen or something more obscure like a Hudson, Packard or such, you’re sure to meet people who have worked on cars similar to yours and you might gain some new information and tech tips pertaining to your car. If you have any intentions on joining a classic car club, these events are a great place to contact clubs and gather information. Who knows, you may also find some lifelong friends at a classic car show swap meet.

Fixing up and restoring classic cars is a very specific niche and those who have a passion for the cars are a select few. So when you set out to buy some classic car parts from a swap meet, that purchase may include much more than a few rims or seats. You’ll be able to find most of your interior, exterior and drive train needs, as well as numerous tools and accessories to complete your project.

The Pomona Swap Meet is the largest classic car swap meet on the West Coast. People make a pilgrimage to this particular swap meet from all over the country and around the world to talk about classics and to find specific cars and car parts. Visit this meet to find what you need for your classic car rebuild or restoration. For more information, please contact us. It won’t be long before you feel the wind in your hair and the pride of a completed classic car.