Huge shout out to my grandpa for taking me on this trip! We checked out a bunch of vintage race cars at Weather Tech Laguna Seca Raceway, which was probably my favorite part of the trip. The following day we went to the Gooding & Company auction, which was also pretty cool to check out! They sold a 1965 Shelby GT350 R for $775,000! The next day we went to the Pebble Beach Concourse show, which had some incredible classic cars. One of my favorite things about the trip was hanging out on Ocean Ave in Carme
Robert Williams, is an American painter, cartoonist, and founder of Juxtapoz Magazine. Williams has been intertwined with hot rod culture since he was an adolescent. In this video, I take a look at his past and highlight the history behind his 1932 Ford roadster. He is known for working for Ed Roth and for his psychedelic artwork. He was also part of a group of artists who produced Zap Comix such as Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson, and Gilbert Shelton. He has left a huge impact in the art world and continues to paint to this day.
It was cool to finally feature my grandpa on the channel. He has tons of cool stories that I am excited to share on the channel! Stay tuned for more videos! Special thanks to my dad, Aaron Kahan, for help filming!