The 6th Street Bridge in Los Angeles has been a landmark of the city since it’s construction in 1932 and has featured in scores of movies, commercials, and television shows throughout the decades. It had a good run, but after 84 years, LA’s iconic Bridge is being torn down and replaced with a new structure. The bridge was also a favored road and proving ground for local Los Angeles Porsche driver and “Urban Outlaw” Magnus Walker.
With days left before it was closed for good, the time was right to host a farewell gathering of L.A’s car enthusiasts and eGarage were there to capture it all.
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