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Tribute To Our Dads

Dan Scott created a tribute page for his dad, Landy Scott, who was a midget car racer in the 1940s. I featured it on the front page and (read more)

Dashes of Yesteryear

Many people have suggested that I make a game identifying steering wheels and dashes. My Dad thought that it would be too hard, because (read more)

Featured Member's Rides

Lance's '70 Gray Ghost II
James' '64 Comet 404

Jim's '41 Chrysler Windsor
Bob's '55 Studebaker Conestoga

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Upcoming Events

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Alibi's Bar & Grill Car And Truck Show
Sat, May 30th, 2015
Rincon, GA
Main Street Baptist Church's "Car Show for Missions"
Sat, May 30th, 2015
Spindale, NC
Piston Packin Mamas and Rat Patrol Spring Opener
Sun, May 31st, 2015
Seattle, WA
CruiZin Chelan
Fri, Jun 5th - Sat, Jun 6th
Lake Chelan, WA
Thunder in the Valley Show & Shine
Fri, Jun 5th, 2015
Lincoln, CA

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New and Recently Updated

John's RHD 57 Chev Sport Coupe (johnonetrillion)

Tiger Run 2015 (Brandon)

Greendream66's 66 Chevelle SS (greendream66)

Poppa's Big Blue Ford Galaxie 500 XL (poppa)

John's Hemi (hemisuperstock)

Frank's 1974 454 Corvette (ftartaglio)

70 Challenger R/T (Palka)

B-52 Bomber (rockingb)

Don's1960impala (weewilliewilson)

Linda's 1974 AMC Javelin (dltowers)

Dave's '95 Buick Riviera (ghpcnm)

Cobra (BJ)

"TOXIC" 2010 Camaro SS (TOXIC)

Pat's 65 Barracuda (pat65cuda)

'Mater (SOTSPro)

Dave's 2003 Mustang Convertible (ghpcnm)

remake:KMPC mobile studio (SOTSPro)

Moonrunner's 2001 Z06 Corvette (Moonrunner)

Moonrunner's 2014 Camaro Convertible (Moonrunner)

Chapter 10 - (Part 1) - Elizabeth Taylor's husband and Nicks Custom '49 Chevy (nickmon4321)


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-Brandon