Valley Con 2018 @ Petersen Museum Los Angeles


Valley Con 2018 was full of surprises. The event took place at Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles California. A lot creative artists were present at the show, some local and others travelled from far distances to part of the special event.


Agustine Villegas also known as the interior king "Tingos". Made his debut California appearance. He's very well know in the Lowrider Scale Model scene for his top quality interior work. He traveled all the way from Texas to showcase his work. Check out the interior on his 1967 Chevy Impala.


The Whittier Boulevard Scale Model Display presented by Armando Flores took the award for Best Diorama. It was one the largest diorama presented at Valley Con 2018. This was achieved with the team work of Masterpieces, Down2Scale, Table Scrapers, and Lordz of Plastic.


Lots of hours and creativity spent creating each one of these scale model cars. That came out to cruise Whittier Blvd. A rare and special sighting to see.


Inglewood Scale Models from Lordz of Plastic MCC presented a sexy 1968 Chevy Impala convertible. 


Jevries made his way over the Atlantic Ocean from Netherlands to showcase his famous works of Scale Model art. Always great to see Jevries showcase his innovative works.


Checking to see who's cruising the Blvd.


So Many Ways MCC from Los Angeles showcased their line up of hopper scale model cars.



The famous "Carlitos Way" a 1970 Chevy Impala built by Carlos Hernandez. Won 1st place in Lowrider category. This car came all the way from Texas.


Table Scrappers MCC members Pancho Barron & Hank presented their line up of top notch work. They came all the way from Stockton California.