Southern California’s Galpin Motors, home to some of the world’s leading automotive brands and the world famous Galpin Auto Sports (GAS), hosted its sixth annual Galpin Car Show onSunday, Oct. 8, which was a virtual street fair and its biggest show yet. The Galpin Car Show took over Roscoe Blvd. as thousands of people including Jay Leno came out to see almost 1,000 unique and custom show cars on display across the entire Galpin campus, creating six car shows in one. Millions of dollars’ worth of luxury and exotic vehicles, including Ferraris, Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, Porsches and more were on display at Galpin Premier where YouTube sensation Salomondrin also hosted an autograph signing. Galpin Mazda hosted the White Rabbit Food Truck, as well as a variety of Japanese import cars including custom Miatas, Subarus and Toyotas. Galpin Volkswagen was home to a diverse collection of classic bugs, buses and custom microbuses. They also featured custom and vintage vehicles, including its own Ed “Big Daddy” Roth collection, famed Metallica guitarist James Hetfield’s Aquarius and the Moonliner which raced at Bonneville Salt Flats, among others. The Petersen Museum displayed the first Tucker 48, which was owned by Preston Tucker himself, the 1932 Ford Phaeton from Van Halen’s “Hot for Teacher” and Elton John’s Delahaye in the GAS showroom as well. Three Ford GTs were featured throughout the show.