Spotted a cleanly modified Honda S2000 of the AP2 generation (2003 to 2009). The Honda S2000 embodies the time-tested Honda tradition and formula they founded with the original S500, S600 and S800. Front engine, rear-wheel drive convertible coupe with a naturally aspirated engine, the S2000 is objectively good looking and a true drivers car. This S2000 is sporting a hard top and classic Enkei RPF1 rims/wheels that are are popular in the Honda crowd. Enjoy.
Check out some other Honda’s we’ve spotted:
1990 Honda CRX
1977 Honda CVCC
1979 Honda Accord Hatch
Hello all. Spotted this lovely BMW M5 that looks like a street car, prepped for racing. Fitted with a roll cage and some sticky tires, this thing looks ready to attack any track. This was parked near a BMW specific auto garage and tuning garage around Silverlake. They always have awesome cars parked near their place and it’s a great place to go car spotting! Enjoy.
And check out some other cool BMW’s we’ve spotted before:
1997 BMW M3 Coupe
2003 BMW Z8
1987 BMW 635 CSi (E24)
Hey there, look what we have spotted recently – the gloriously boxy and small SUV from Dodge in the late 1980’s – dubbed the “Raider”. Now this car is basically a re-badged Mitsubishi Pajero and that’s OK with us, in matter of fact it probably makes this Dodge SUV more competent. This boxy two-door SUV checks all the boxes for LACS. Enjoy
And check out some other small boxy SUVs we’ve spotted:
1985 Ford Bronco II
1986 Suzuki Samurai (Jimny)
The end of the year has come and gone; it is time to reflect and look back on 2018. And what a great year it was. We had a lot of fun spotting a variety of cars and trucks around Los Angeles. We are thankful that Los Angeles provides us with warm weather and sunshine for most of the year, thus preserving beautiful vintage, mid-modern and current vehicles from the grips of rust. The near constant sunshine means that people actually DRIVE these cars year round, a blessing not found in many other cities or states. Los Angeles provides for us sunshine and awesome cars, and I want to pass that on to everyone reading. That’s what this site is all about; finding cool street cars and sharing them with the world. We especially want to thank you, the reader and viewers of LACS. We do this for you.
The 2019 year should shake out to be a big one for LA car spotting. We plan to expand the web content to include videos and more editorial content.
Also, don’t forget to write 2019 on all your checks and other docs you sign 😉
Here’s a look back at our favorite spotting’s in 2018:
Here we are, back at it with a new month of car spotting here at LACS. It’s December; the Christmas decorations are out and people are out shopping en masse. Meanwhile, I’m over here taking pictures of a 1971 Ford Mustang Coupe parked on a side street. This one appears to be a 6-cylinder model and is in awesome condition. Enjoy the pics.
And check out other Mustangs we’ve spotted:
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1
1968 Ford Mustang Coupe
Spotted this very clean Porsche 924 Turbo at the grocery store parking lot the other day. The 924 is a really cool example of VAG stretching it’s legs outside of the 911 market. There were roughly 15,000 of these made worldwide and given the less than stellar reliability of these cars, I’m sure more than a few have found their way to the pick-n-pull yards. It was dark out and I only had my phone with me so the pics are not great!
Check out other great Porsche’s we’ve spotted:
1978 Porsche 911 SC
1968 Porsche 911T
1985 Porsche 911 Cabriolet
Spotted a red Ferrari F430 spider parked outside a very large house in Beverly hills area. It’s not every day you see a Ferarri parked on the street.
I don’t do exotics on this page very often, but I now have a goal to mix up the offerings at LACS. More exotics & more luxury while sticking with the classic and mid-modern vehicles that catch my eye. Enjoy these pics
Now this is quite the spectacle. It is not everyday you see a blown Chevy Nova SS with the FREAKIN BLOWER coming out of the hood. I mean…. come on. I ascertain that these superchargers are large because the boost technology was not as efficient as now-a-days. The real reason? I will never know for certain – mostly because I’m too lazy to look it up. Enjoy these pics.
Here we have a quintessential American automobile – The 1987 Chevy Camaro IROC-Z. Does the 1980’s Camaro still conjur up images of Mullets and american flag embroidered jean jackets? For me, the stereotype has faded but the glory of the IROC-Z lives on.
And…. check out previous Camaro spottings:
1974 Chevrolet Camaro (2nd Gen)
1978 Chevy Camaro
1968 Chevrolet Camaro 327
Up for viewing today is a perfect example of a 1980’s Japanese sports car creation. Now let us all be honest with ourselves; the 80’s were a great time but emission standards and technology advancements were not favorable for the automotive industry. Cars became bigger and slower; lethargic for a lack of a better word. Looking back at sports cars from the 1980’s is sort of like looking at a well worn sock on the floor; you lament it’s stinky performance but it still has the intrinsic value of function and style – So you keep it around.
Other Datsuns we’ve spotted:
1976 Toyota Pickup Truck
1984 Nissan 720 Single Cab Pickup Truck
1974 Datsun B210 Coupe