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Our Favorite Cars from the 2018 Highway Earth Car Show

Automobile logo Automobile 6/26/2018 Rory Jurnecka

This past Sunday marked the fifth annual Highway Earth car show, hosted by Automobile magazine photographer Evan Klein at the Franklin Canyon Park in Beverly Hills, California. As usual, the show brought out a vast variety of cars which meant there was truly something for everyone. From a hot-rodded short bus, to a classic Dino 246 GT to Cobras, Alfas, Porsches, Lotuses, and Citroens, the automotive tastes on display were as varied as they were impressive.

a car parked on the side of a road© Automobile Magazine Staff

Automobile magazine was a show sponsor for the second year in a row and senior editor Nelson Ireson handed out the Automobile Best of Show award to a rare 1965 Sunbeam Venezia, one of fewer than 200 of the model produced and just five thought to be in the U.S.

This international mash-up is comprised of a Sunbeam chassis and running gear, with elegant Superleggera coachwork by Italian design firm Touring. The end result is a British car with the looks to rival period competition from Italy and we were thrilled to see it on display.

a car parked in a parking lot© Automobile Magazine Staff

Have a look through our gallery for other show favorites, including a Jaguar XJ220, a Lotus XI, and Workshop 5001's Porsche 964 RS restoration, dubbed "Black Samurai," which made an one-off appearance before being delivered to its Hong Kong-based client. And if you missed this year's show, make sure to attend the 2019 event!

Highway Earth Ford Thunderbird rear© Automobile Magazine Staff Highway Earth Ford Thunderbird rear

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