A brisk second day of December marked the second annual Norm Reeves Honda car show in nearby Cerritos, Calif. Armed with camera gear, several bottles of water and globs of sun block, we made our way through the small, yet well-organized dealership sales lot-turned-event-grounds for the day. Parked next to the usual suspects were a few cars we'd yet to cross paths with, which frankly is a rarity for us. From a full carbon-bodied Honda 600, to righthand drive CRXs and Integras and even a few full-blown drag cars, this show was tight-knit and offered a serious variety for show folk.
Brian Khou, Norm Reeves' accessory sales specialist, carried out organizational duties to a tee, making sure spots were filled with only the finest SoCal had to offer. Keeping the event short-from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.-and packed with music, food and eye candy proved to be the winning combination for the Norm Reeves boys. The fact that this event was initiated and carried out by fellow Honda enthusiasts made all the difference when compared to other events.
With two successful turnouts from competitors and spectators alike under their belts, you can bet there will be a third, so keep your eyes peeled for the next Norm Reeves get-together.