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Pacific Coast Dream Machines

Fuel for your Auto Fantasies

A 1931 Buick Victoria at Pacific Coast Dream Machines

Eclectic Vehicles Come to Half Moon Bay

Motor enthusiasts' dreams do come true at Pacific Coast Dream Machines, a one-of-a-kind event combining rare automobiles, vintage scooters, antique tractors, airplanes and more. Taking place at Half Moon Bay Airport along California's Central Coast, this annual gathering provides plenty of stimulation for guests, whether it be on the track, in the dirt or in the sky. Last year's eclectic collection of rarities included the world's fastest electric motorcycle, iconic warbirds, and a parade of vintage police cars. Above the tarmac, look for historic military aircraft aerobatic pilots doing fly-overs, or get in on the action yourself by signing up for a ride in one of these unique machines. Kids will love the zip-line, beginner-friendly mechanical bull and remote-controlled NASCAR race track. Admission is $25 for adults, $15 for ages 11-17 and 65+, and free for children 10 and under. Proceeds benefit the Coastside Adult Day Health Center.

Find all of the event details at the Pacific Coast Dream Machines official website

When: April 26, 2015

Where: Half Moon Bay, CA

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