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STARS IN REHAB PART ONE:'62 FARGO-A 3RD GENERATION PROJECT TO HONOR A GRANDFATHER

62-picture14STARS IN REHAB PART ONE:'62 FARGO-A 3RD GENERATION PROJECT TO HONOR A GRANDFATHER

There are many reasons to take on a project but one of the best is a strong family connection.

This 1962 Fargo is a textbook example of the "why" and "how" part of an old ride but it's also a great example of how important a father-son relationship is in a project.

Every story begins with an owner history.

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HAULING THAT HOLIDAY TRAILER BEHIND YOUR VINTAGE RIDE -- WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

tr-aimgp1762One of the hottest commodities in the old car hobby are vintage trailers or retro-looking trailers.

Car guys travel hundreds of miles to shows and rolling in with a trailer.

This may be a cool way to arrive in retro-style but you should learn the insurance side of the trailer equation.

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MSCC OCTOBER 24 STAR OF THE DAY: PANTERA MEETS 21ST CENTURY SHELBY

23-imgp3671-001MSCC OCTOBER 24 STAR OF THE DAY: PANTERA MEETS 21ST CENTURY SHELBY

Ford has been in the performance business for decades.

You could successfully argue they've been in the game since 1932 when they put the first V-8 in a lower end Ford.

Ford never looked back.

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OCTOBER 2014 MSCC STARS OF THE SHOW: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

imgp0651OCTOBER 2014 MSCC STARS OF THE SHOW: THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

Bob Hope's signature song was 'Thanks for the Memories'.

He was an old Vaudeville guy and this song and dance routine became his trademark.

The key word is memories and that is the essence of the car show.

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OCTOBER 2014 FALLEN STARS:A WORLD FULL OF DISPOSABLE STUFF THE CLASSICS SHOULD SURVIVE

100OCTOBER 2014 FALLEN STARS: EVEN IN A WORLD FULL OF DISPOSABLE STUFF THE CLASSICS SHOULD SURVIVE

Let's be perfectly honest – we are a disposable society in 2014 because music, TV, movies and most cars aren't worth preserving.

Brand new Kias aren't going to attract collectors with a wave of '57 Chevy-like enthusiasm in 40 years and nobody is going to look for Jimmy Fallon reruns unless there's some kind of new hallucinogenic drug in 2054.

Read more: OCTOBER 2014 FALLEN STARS:A WORLD FULL OF DISPOSABLE STUFF THE CLASSICS SHOULD SURVIVE

   

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