Hooniverse Asks: Did you go to Radwood Philly?

Radwood Philadelphia took place this past weekend. Did you make it out to soak in the glory of the 1980s and 1990s? Regular Cars did and the resulting video is… RCR Pop Art. It’s filled with a number of familiar faces, some pretty cool time capsule cars, and a backing tune that will make you think Stranger Things 3 is ready to air.
Also… Radwood needs to collaborate with Stranger Things somehow.
Anyway, did you go to the show? If so, what did you see and what was your favorite vehicle there?

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12 responses to “Hooniverse Asks: Did you go to Radwood Philly?”

  1. njhoon Avatar

    Even though it is only a few miles from my house, I didn’t make it. I would have gone but 10 bucks? really $10 to spectate?

    1. 0A5599 Avatar

      I’m not within range of the show, but I feel the same way. I don’t usually pay spectator entry to a show unless all ticket sales go to charity. A well produced show can support itself through sponsorship, food sales, participant fees, and merch. The shows I pay to put a car in are free to spectate, other than perhaps a parking fee.

    2. smalleyxb122 Avatar

      I imagine that there aren’t a whole lot of spectators. I imagine most of the people in attendance are participants. I like the idea of Radwood, and I’d like to go to participate in one (if they ever do one closer to me).

    3. Lane Skelton Avatar
      Lane Skelton

      Really, you’re complaining about $10

    4. Tank Avatar

      I paid the $10 before going, the security really didn’t check if you paid. Even though I paid the entry, It was still well worth it.

  2. Alff Avatar

    Nah. If I want to ogle the obsolete, I’ll step into my driveway.

    1. mdharrell Avatar

      In March I drove my Austin Allegro from Seattle to Sonoma, which is to say about 800 miles each way, only to stop and park approximately 100 feet short of being in Radwood. We all make decisions in life…

      1. 0A5599 Avatar

        So you’re suggesting that sometimes when your car stops short of the destination, that’s a deliberate decision on your part? Do tell!

        1. mdharrell Avatar

          Sometimes it’s my decision, sometimes it’s the car’s decision. We all make decisions in life…

    1. Tank Avatar

      That was a great show

  3. Borkwagen Avatar

    Yes. I drove my restomodded AW11 down from Boston, and it was completely worth it. Got to meet a bunch of fun people as well as autojournalists, plus peek inside a 90s Alfa GTV that made the trip down from Canada. Highly recommended; hope next year it can happen closer to New England, but even if it was still in Philly I’d go again.