The Road Kings of Burbank were featured on the Main Aisle at our October 14th show and they cruised in with a fantastic variety of vehicles! From antique cars to classic trucks, muscle cars to roadsters, and even a few car-trucks (yep, several members showed up in badass El Caminos!), there was something that any car enthusiast could appreciate. If you weren’t able to come out to the show, here’s what you missed!

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Don Hoffman bought his 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe at the Pomona Swap Meet in 1987! Thirty years later, and it’s got power everything, a 302 engine, and an AOD transmission.

Al Brumbach worked with his son to fix up this incredible ’52 Ford F1 pickup. The truck has a Cleveland engine that generates 500-hp.

Bruce Borst couldn’t afford a 1971 El Camino SS when he was in high school so he bought one now! This car is fast… and famous! Bruce’s car has been in several movies and TV shows, including The Mentalist, American Crime, True Blood, and Lethal Weapon. This El Camino has its own agent!

Ray Astamendi’s son built his ’69 El Camino. Its got a big block engine and air ride suspension.

Jim Nicholson restored this ’41 Ford Tudor Sedan himself. It’s got a 350 Chevy engine, 204 transmission, and air bag suspension.

Owned by Hank Ahlers, this 1932 Ford Roadster still has its original headlights! Other features include a rumble seat, a 383 engine, a 350 transmission, and a 9 inch rear end.

Karen Arellano’s husband did a bang up job painting her 1956 Chevy Nomad. This wagon has a 383 engine and a 700R4 transmission!

John Montgomery brought out his ’65 Chevy C10. This beauty was a frame off restoration.

Joel McKee’s 1931 Model A has a 350 crate engine and a Pontiac rear end.

Nick and Rochelle Sfetku rolled in with Nick’s ’46 Ford Tudor Sedan. It was built from the frame up with a 502-hp engine under the hood, a 9 inch rear end, and leather upholstery inside.

Mike Fea’s 1955 Chevy 210 has a 350 small block and a 700R4 transmission.

Karl Grossman’s ’71 Chevy El Camino SS is powered by an L88 427 engine.

Another frame off restoration, Bob Money owns, built, and painted this clean ’48 Ford Tudor Sedan.

Dave Hill is about 90% done with his ’64 Chevy Malibu SS. It’s powered by a 327 engine and has a 700R4 transmission.

Chuck Hanson’s 1942 Ford Coupe features power steering, power brakes, an automatic transmission with 5-speed overdrive, and leather interior. Oh, and this Ford still has a Ford engine!

John Castro’s wife bought him this ’56 Chevy 210 as a wedding present. She’s a keeper! (John’s wife. The Chevy. Both!)

Dave Maher’s Pro Street 1941 Willys Coupe generates over 500-hp with its 454 engine!

Fast Eddie Salvator cruised in with his 1932 Ford 3-Window Coupe. This baby has been chopped 3 inches. It’s powered by a 327 Chevy motor and has a 700R4 tranny.

The Road Kings have a storied history, and they’re always open to new members. Membership is limited to 1978 and older American classics, muscle cars, trucks, and special interest vehicles. Vehicles, and their owners, that are being considered for membership are judged by a panel of three judges at an Executive Board Meeting. Vehicles are judged on their engine, suspension, wheels, exhaust, paint, and interior. Think you’ve got what it takes? Visit the Road Kings’ website for more information.

Do you belong to a car club? Would you like your club to enjoy a free day at a future Pomona Swap Meet & Classic Car Show? Contact Adam by email or at (714) 538-7091 for info.