SEPTEMBER 2010 FALLEN STARS-THE FORGOTTEN OLD IRON
TO CAR GUYS, OLD IRON IS ALWAYS A WORK OF ART NO MATTER WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE-THESE ARE GREAT EXAMPLES OF THAT CONCEPT.
IT'S ALWAYS ABOUT POTENTIAL TO TRUE CAR GUYS...
SEPTEMBER 2010 -STARS OF THE SHOW FROM THE SUMMER
SEPTEMBER IS A PIVOTAL MONTH FOR THE CAR HOBBY-THE SHOW SEASON IS STARTING TO WIND DOWN (OUTSIDE OF FLORIDA OR CALIFORNIA)...
SO ENJOY THE CAR SHOWS WHILE YOU CAN IN 2010.
SEPTEMBER 2010-STARS IN TRAFFIC...GOING GOING GONE
HERE ARE SOME MORE GREAT EXAMPLES OF CLASSIC IRON IN THE REAL WORLD-THIS IS THE MONTH THAT SUMMER ENDS SO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SIGHTINGS WHILE YOU CAN.
THEY'RE GOING INTO HIBERNATION SOON ENOUGH...
AUGUST 2010 STAR TRUCKIN': 1967 DODGE-TOO USEFUL TO SELL SO THIS BABY IS STILL WORKING
Frank bought this 1967 Dodge to sell-he's a Chevy pickup guy so even though this was a rare truck he wasn't sold on it. But he knew Jack, the owner, so Frank trusted that this 43-year-old Dodge ran as well as it looked.
So when the Jack told Frank that "he'd sell him this one" he took it...even though it wasn't a Chevy.
That wasn't a mistake.
AUGUST 2010 STAR TRUCKIN' 1946 GMC CABOVER:INFLUENCED BY A MOVIE
This truck wasn't hard to spot at a local show-it looks like it's 3 stories tall and feels like it when you look over the steering wheel. A 1946 GMC Cabover was a fairly rare sight when it was new-in 2010 it's about as rare as truth in politics.
Greg and Travis Garson are a father and son team and they are truly dedicated to this truck. Travis was the big influence-he spotted a cabover in a movie and he convinced his dad Greg that these were really cool rides. As Travis explains "it was something different".
No argument there...any stock truck that you need a parachute to exit is definitely something different.
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