Whether you come to every Pomona Swap Meet or you’ve never actually made it to a show, you can find fresh content straight from Pomona on our Facebook and Instagram. Here are a few of our favorite posts from April 2017:

1. Did you know that Radio Flyer wagons originally came in a variety of colors, including blue, green, yellow and red? Red always sold the best, and the little red wagons became an iconic symbol of childhood in America. Of course, that symbol didn’t have over-sized rims and tires like this customized wagon we saw rolling around Pomona! (Instagram, 04/20/2017)

Monster Truck Radio Flyer

2. Ford built over 92,000 Square Birds for the 1960 model year, helping the Thunderbird become one of the most popular FoMoCo models ever. Sales of the T-bird skyrocketed starting with the 1958 model year, in part, because Ford redesigned the car to include back row seating for the second gen T-birds. Over three years, the four-seater quadrupled the sales of the first gen two-seat Little Bird! (Facebook, 04/14/2017) 

Classic Ford Thunderbird

3. We’ve always been in love with @volksguy57‘s 1961 VW Bug. Is it the wine berry kandy paint? The sick rims and stance? The perfect for SoCal ragtop? All of the above?!? Yep… All of the above! (Facebook, 04/12/2017)

1961 VW Bug Convertible

4. A lot of people don’t realize that both Chevy and GMC produced the Suburban, helping it to become the record holder as the longest-running nameplate still in production. Chevy started in 1935, with GMC following suit 2 years later. In 2000, GMC re-badged their version as the Yukon XL, leaving Chevy to carry on the Suburban name all on their own. (Instagram, 04/08/2017)

Classic GMC Suburban

5. Felix Chevrolet and lowriders… like peanut butter and jelly. We spotted this clean ’63 in our Car Corral and couldn’t pass up the photo op. Over fifty years later, and we’re still in love with that jet-smooth styling! (Facebook, 04/06/2017)

1963 Chevy Impala