- Chip, My Godfather, was never able to take his truck to a show. I thought this would be a good chance to make his dream come true.

Holding a car meet... on DriveTribe

Let's see your cars!

5w ago
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We can all agree that COVID took away a lot of the things we hold dear to us. One of those things was car meets. While they might appear as an event to show off our cars, we enthusiasts know it's a lot more complex than that. Car meets are a chance to be around other enthusiasts and feel a sense of community. We had million-dollar supercars parked next to 90s pickup trucks that have been passed down from father to son. We met new people, learned new things, and had many valuable conversations. I always wanted to take my girlfriend to my local show, but it has never been the same.

So I had an idea. Let's show off our cars here! Whether you're still recovering from COVID, your local meet has been canceled, or you just want to show off your vehicle, just put a picture in the comments and tell everyone a bit about your pride and joy!

Maybe, we can even start the largest virtual car meet ever...

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Comments (254)

    • 1 month ago
  • I'm in... Here's Maggie May, my '71 MGB GT.

      1 month ago
  • My Giulia QV

      1 month ago
  • This is the 1986 Audi quattro that was bought new by my grandfather for his retirement. It was written off in the early 90s when he had a stroke at the wheel, but we had it completely rebuilt while parts were still available. I never met my grandfather as he died before I was born, and yet his decision to buy this car in 1986 has had a gargantuan impact on how I have developed my passion for cars, there is still nothing quite as rousing as hearing the purr of a Straight-5 turbo

      1 month ago
    • aaaw! at least you were able to come into the passion of cars!

        1 month ago
    • He was an engineer on ships and loved all things mechanical, hence why he loved the 4WD, I think it is a good path to be on

        1 month ago
  • Fiat 500 Giardiniera. Luigi.

      1 month ago
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