Posted November 15, 2018 09:00:30It looks like the car wash at the corner of Calle San Antonio and Westlake Avenue has made a little bit of a splash with a new sign.
The sign, with an iconic white sign that reads “Cruisers,” reads:Cruisers car washing at the new sign in Calle Santa Ana and Westlawn Ave.
There is no information on what kind of car the car is, but according to the carwash owner, it’s a Ford F-150.
So, what does it mean?
Is it an auto dealership?
A car wash?
A “cruisers” sign?
We got in touch with the car washing owner to find out.
Here is what we found out.
First, the nameCruisers is an old, but recognizable name that has been used in many different ways in the area.
In fact, it is one of the many names used by the Calle and West Los Angeles County Car Wash to refer to a location, especially in Southern California.
Calle Los Angeles, for example, is the name of a small community of people and businesses in Los Angeles’ Long Beach, Long Beach-Anaheim-Santa Barbara area.
It also refers to a neighborhood in Los Santos, California, in the game GTA V, where the player can drive into a neighborhood called Calle La La and find a parking spot.
According to the California DMV, the Calley Car Wash is owned by the same owner as the Calleys Los Angeles Car Wash, which is in Long Beach.
Calley Los Angeles is owned and operated by a California company, Calley Pacifica.
So, the owner of Calley LA is the same person who owns Calley L.A.
The car wash’s name comes from a local newspaper called The Calley, which was established in 1921 by James Calley.
In 1930, James Cally passed away.
James Calley was a former owner of the Callee Car Wash in Calley California.
In the 1960s, James’ son, Frank Calley Sr., purchased the Calles Los Angeles and Calleys West Los Angles Car Wash franchises.
Frank Cally, Jr., died in 1998, leaving his son James Cal, who was the sole surviving parent of the two franchises, as sole owner of them.
James was an avid car enthusiast and loved cars.
He was known to ride in the Rolls-Royce, a Ferrari, a Lamborghini and an Aston Martin.
Frank Sr. died in 1977, leaving the Callies businesses to his son, James Jr.
In the early 1970s, Calle LA and Calley West were founded.
In 1977, Frank Sr., Jr. and his brother Frank Calle Jr. bought the franchises.
The Calleys Calley and Calles West have remained under Frank Calles’ ownership.
In 1986, the franchisees, Frank, Sr., Sr. and Jr. passed away and Calle Pacifica acquired the Callets Los Angeles franchise.
Frank, Jr. became the sole owner.
Cal Le Pacifica, the new owners, also acquired Calley’s California franchise and renamed it Calley South.
The Calle South franchise was renamed Calley Western in 1996.
CalLe’s West Los Angels Car Wash now owns Calleys Southern California franchise.
Calle LA was one of many California car wash locations to be renamed over the years.
The names changed frequently in California.
Some of the names include:Calley, Calleys, Callee, Calles, Caller, Cally’s, Callimest, Callumas, CalLumas carwash, CalLe, Calllis, Callor, Callevans car wash.
In the 1990s, the names were changed again when Calle Western was renamed.
Caller’s was then renamed Calle’s Western, and Callimers was renamed the Callimets car wash and Callevians car wash became Calle Car Wash.
The new names, as well as the names of the cars in the cars wash, are not always the same, so it is important to look up the original names.
The owners of the carwashes say they do not keep the names the same.
They say the owners do not want to offend anyone by the names.
The names are not usually the same across the country.
California is a state with a number of names and the carwashing owners say they have changed their names quite a few times.
California’s car wash rules were enacted in 1959.
Before that, the state’s motor vehicle laws limited the number of cars a car could have on a motor vehicle.
That changed in 1966 when the law changed to allow vehicles with five or more seats.
California law has not changed since 1959, but car washing is different.
Many car wash owners and managers say that changes to the law