Birdwell Beach Britches Pop-Up Shop

July 27, 2015

This past Saturday we were stoked to play host the the one-of-a-kind Birdwell Beach Britches pop-up shop “The Bird” – an old fire service truck that has been re-built into a classic California trunk delivery service. Well, as the owner of a few classic cars over the years, I know that one cannot ever fully depend on them … we got a call from Birdwell saying that “The Bird” wouldn’t be flying anywhere south of San Clemente due to mechanical failure. Thankfully though, they were able to load up their stock into a car and still get down here to showcase their classically cool threads. The day was a beautiful one with Mick Rodgers and Adam Cap working the BBQ slinging free hot dogs, and friends lounging in the sun in front of the shop enjoying time together. Thanks to all who made it out!







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