We spent a sunny April Saturday at the annual Doheny Wood car show, hosted by the Southern California Woodies Club at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California. Technically, it's a 3-day event for club members and visiting woodie owners from other chapters of the National Woodie Club, but Saturday is the big day for the car show portion of the woodies-only event. It's free to participants and to the public (with the exception of the state park entrance fee if you drive in). This year was big, hosting somewhere in the neighborhood of 180 woodie wagons, both foreign and domestic, spanning the years from the late 1920s to the late 1960s. Build themes ranged from stock original and stock restored to restified, hot rodded, and street rodded. The activities included a fund-raising raffle and vendors selling all sorts of woodie and surf culture items, such as custom carved cigar-smoking tiki idols, handcrafted wooden long boards, ceramic woodie automotive models, and other related collectibles. Doheny Wood is a great show that is now big, but still maintains a small-show attitude-and visitors are guaranteed to see some unique vehicles. Enjoy my photos!