Stars in Traffic
MAY 2013 MSCC STARS IN TRAFFIC: IT'S ALL ABOUT TIMING AND THE TIME IS RIGHT
Car guys are some of the most finicky people on the planet. You get that way when you've invested tens of thousands in hard earned bucks to make an old car new....or better than new.
That's why you rarely see vintage iron on the streets before all the winter crap is gone. The last thing you need is winter gravel aimed at your 1200 dollar windshield or bouncing off your 25,000 dollar paint job.
APRIL 2013 STARS IN TRAFFIC: A RITE OF SPRING FOR CAR GUYS-STYLE MAKES A COMEBACK
Something happens when the days get longer, warmer, sunnier and far more conducive for driving old iron.
The streets come alive with style that hasn't been seen since Lyndon Johnson was a Vice President and the Beatles were playing the bar scene in Germany.
21st Century cars are a classic example of function over form.
MARCH 2013 STARS IN TRAFFIC...REMEMBER AN ERA WHEN YOU ACTUALLY DROVE A CAR
Let's face it-no one really enjoys heavy traffic thanks to the overwhelming amount of stupidity found on today's streets.
We've become a tech savvy society but new tech has done nothing to upgrade courtesy or common sense on the road.
FEBRUARY 2013 STARS IN TRAFFIC- THE WINTER GETS A LITTLE LONG BY NOW
The winter season is most productive part of the year for car guys because their rides are in hibernation mode.
This means upgrades, refinements and new projects are possible when the old iron is stationary.
That's great because the old rides often need a fair amount of attention and the truth is...nothing is ever really finished in old car world.
JANUARY 2013 STARS IN TRAFFIC-- TAKING THE SHOW ON THE ROAD TO WIN NEW CONVERTS TO THE HOBBY
Car shows are generally the exclusive domain of people who love old iron. In essence, car shows are preaching to the choir about the appeal of the classic ride.
There's nothing wrong with that because more than one person has become an old car convert simply from soaking in the atmosphere at a car show.
The car show is one way to highlight the appeal of the car hobby but there's another venue out there that's equally effective and far more spontaneous...
It's called the street.
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