Next Pomona Swap Meet: June 04, 2017
  • Event Info

    Rain or shine, we swap! For the best shopping, swapping and auto viewing, we recommend arriving early. Remember, "the early bird gets the worm." The Pomona Swap Meet & Classic Car Show is a one-day event held at Fairplex in the City of Pomona, California.

    Event Hours:     5am to 2pm

    Event Location: 1101 W McKinley Avenue,
    Pomona, CA 91768

  • Vendors

    Do you have car parts from a restoration project lying around? Are you cleaning out your garage and need to get rid of spare parts, old tools, or other auto related items? Or do you have a car related business with lots of stuff you want to get rid of and turn into cash? If so, you should become a vendor at the Pomona Swap Meet & Classic Car Show!

  • Car Corral

    Bring your classic car to our next show, park in the middle of the action, and see for yourself why Pomona is the best place to sell your classic car or truck. Since 1975, hundreds of thousands of classic cars & trucks have come and gone through the gates of the Pomona Swap Meet & Classic Car Show.

  • Photos & Blog

    Looking for show news? Want a good read on automotive DIY? Check out our blog and photos to keep up with the latest and greatest from Pomona. You’ll find tips and tricks of the trade!

  • About

    George Cross & Sons, Inc. presents seven giant swap meets every year that have become known as the "West Coast's Largest" antique auto, Corvette, Porsche, street rod, and Volkswagen swap meet and classic car show. The Pomona Swap Meet & Classic Car Show is the ultimate classic car event, and gives you the opportunity to turn your classic car, parts, and automobilia into cash!

  • Classifieds

    The Pomona Classifieds brings the Pomona Swap Meet to your living room. Search for automotive parts and services, or hunt for the perfect hot rod, muscle car, or classic collectible to fill the empty space in your garage! You can also create an ad to sell your parts and cars for FREE!


How to Diagnose a Slipping Clutch: 3 Easy Tips


By Benjamin Hunting / Originally Published April 28, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / A slipping clutch is a headache to deal with. It’s also not always easy to spot until you have to have your car or truck towed to the garage. How can you spot slipping before you’re stranded on the side of the road? ...

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3 Types of Spark Plugs: What’s the Difference?

Old Spark Plugs

By Blair Lampe / Originally Published April 5, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / Gasoline-powered engines come in different shapes and sizes, but they all require three essential elements: air, fuel and spark. The spark makes its way through a distributor, which sends an electrical current along an insulated wire to the individual spark plugs, timed ...

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Is a Grease Gun Missing From Your DIY Toolbox?

Sailor Using a Grease Gun

By Benjamin Jerew / Originally Published March 6, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / From the engine to the axles and everything in between, there are tens of thousands of metal and plastic parts moving you down the road or through a field. Without lubrication, those moving parts would quickly wear out and grind to a screeching ...

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Headlight Restoration in 4 Easy Steps

Classic Ford Patina

By Benjamin Jerew / Originally Published February 8, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / Every mile you drive, your plastic headlight lenses are under chemical and radiation attack. Your headlight lenses don’t stand a chance against ultraviolet rays from the sun and volatile compounds in vehicle exhaust, which is why they start to yellow and “fog” over ...

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Why Choose a Four-Door Over a Coupe

Oldsmobile Omega

By Benjamin Preston / Originally Published December 21, 2016 / Hagerty / If you’re into cars, there’s a good chance you’ve lusted after some sort of sporty two-door coupe at some point in your life. I’m 38 years old, and like many people my age, grew up watching “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “Night Rider” and other ...

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Can You Use a Car Jack Without Stands?

Vehicle on Jack Stands

By Blair Lampe / Originally Published January 25, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / To do anything underneath a car, you have to jack it up first. The process is pretty straightforward: Drive the car onto a hard and level surface, place a car jack under a suitable spot (individual jacking points can be found in ...

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Brake Cleaner: Why You Can’t Live Without It


By Erich Reichert / Originally Published January 17, 2017 / National Automotive Parts Association / There’s no denying it, your vehicle’s brakes can be a very dirty place. Between brake dust, petroleum-based brake fluid, grease, grime and road debris, it’s never long before your brakes are in need of a good cleaning. Keeping your brakes clean not only ...

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The 5 Best Knots for Securing Your Belongings


By Matthew C. Keegan / Originally Published December 26, 2016 / National Automotive Parts Association / Your pickup truck, SUV, trailer and boat each come with tie downs, composed of rope, straps, chains or cords to secure your items. When properly fastened, your equipment or cargo is kept firmly in place, protecting your investment. Beyond loop and ratchet ...

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Auto Repair Projects You Can Do at the Same Time

By Matthew C. Keegan / Originally Published December 1, 2016 / National Automotive Parts Association / Not all auto repair and maintenance projects should be done alone. If you’re replacing a timing belt, for example, then it often makes sense to change the water pump, too. While an extra job does take time and costs money, in the ...

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Water vs. Antifreeze: Which is Safest for Your Car?

Radiator Cap

By Benjamin Hunting / Originally Published November 30, 2016 / National Automotive Parts Association / Have you had the internal debate water vs. antifreeze for your car’s cooling system? Depending on where you live, the choice may have already been made for you by the weather you’re forced to deal with. Cold winters mean antifreeze is necessary to ...

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Dirty Air Filter: How to Check and When to Change

Clean vs Old Car Air Filter

By Benjamin Jerew / Originally Published September 21, 2016 / National Automotive Parts Association / If your vehicle gets 36 mpg, you’ll burn one gallon of fuel on the average daily drive of an American, along with some 9,000 gallons of air, enough to fill a 12 x 20-foot pool to five feet. That air isn’t just air, ...

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Troubleshooting Brakes: When to Call the Mechanic

Old brake rotor

By Matthew C. Keegan / Originally Published November 8, 2016 / National Automotive Parts Association / You may regularly work on your car, handling a variety of tasks yourself. The more you’re able to do on your own, the stronger your skills get. When it comes to troubleshooting brakes, there may be a line you’re just not willing ...

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