The San Francisco Auto Show kicked off its 61st year with a special VIP only preview party at the Moscone Center in San Francisco on Tuesday night.
Thanks to monatary donations from the San Francisco Chronicle, over 1000 guests and the local media were allowed early access to the auto show without the crowds. Attendees were also treated to free food, beer, champaign and party favors.
One of the hidden highlights of the show this year was the including of the original cars used in the San Francisco classic movie "Bullitt."
As any longtime resident of the Bay Area can tell you, the International Auto Show is a Bay Area tradition always taken place the week of/before Thanksgiving.
Credit: Oakland Photo Vault 2018