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In 1979 when Mike Lindley purchased this 1933 Ford 2 door Sedan it was an older restoration and out dated. He drove the car for several years, and in 2007 he decided it was time to rebuild the car. He took the car to Greg Proctor, who is a 30-year veteran of building streetrods.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
Meet Conrad Yelvington, one of 8 children, married to his wife Margaret for 66 years and still going strong. Yes, he still pilots his own aircraft (A Lear Jet) and obtained his license at age 17 in a J-3 cub.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
Meet Richard Baratha of Port Orange, Florida who resides in the Spruce Creek Fly-In Community with his wife Sandy and pet Schnauzers Max and Summer. This is their 1956 Bel Air 2 door sedan (post).
11/10/2017 · From aimee
Tony & Linda Sosebee of Blairsville, GA are one of those rare couples who are both really into cars, cruisin’ and attending shows all over the country. For many years their cruiser of choice was their ‘57 Chevy Nomad, but Linda always wanted a ‘57 two door hard top as her own hot rod.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
On Saturday February 15, 2014 I again attended the ’Cars on Fifth’ car show, held each year by the Naples Ferrari Club. This year I met again with Woody the owner of a one of a kind Cobra replica Fast Back Coupe.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
This 1930 Ford Model “A” 2-door sedan is owned by Richard Rossi, Port Orange, Florida. He has owned it since 1966 but his tale goes back even farther than that! He started down this road when he was 12 - his older brother having owned a gas station at the time - so he hung around doing small jobs.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
Lee LaChapelle owns this ‘71 Ford Torino Cobra and HAS OWNED it since new! He bought the car in 1971 from Tasca Ford….Yes - THE TASCA Ford  - located at 777 Taunton Ave in East Providence, Rhode Island.
11/10/2017 · From aimee
Jim and Diane Grotha from Deland, Fl own this beautiful 1969 Camaro SS. Yes, it’s a real one and was nice enough for Jim to plunk down some serious cash for it last year. It just wasn’t right however, so Jim and his wife started to tear it all down...
11/08/2017 · From aimee
John D. Breen, a native Buckeye, earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Industrial Design from the Cleveland, Ohio Institute of Art in 1973. He worked 34 years designing products for various manufacturers before retiring to devote his creativity to producing custom automobile art...
11/08/2017 · From aimee
John Jefferson of Orange, Texas had been keeping his eye on this 1934 Plymouth coupe for approximately 15 plus years. Over the years John had actually tried to buy it from the owner several times, but the owner kept telling John he was going to build it one day.
11/08/2017 · From aimee
1940 Ford convertible began life as a hot rod when it was built in 1953 by Giles Morlock of Kingsport, Tennessee. Then the car became a local favorite and legend when it was sold to Sherman Utsman of Bluff City TN
11/08/2017 · From aimee
Greg Tyler owns this ‘55 Chevy Bel Air and resides in Port Orange, Florida for the winter. Greg found it while visiting a Goodguys show in Rhinebeck, NY. in 2002, near where he calls “home” all summer long - Mattituck, Long Island.
11/08/2017 · From aimee
Howard Wilson, from Port Orange, Florida owns this beautiful Viper Yellow 1934 Roadster Highboy. It’s his first attempt at building a Hot Rod, but has always worked at resurrecting various vehicles, just never a hot rod.
11/08/2017 · From aimee
This 1975 Bricklin Pro Street is a long was from it’s roots. Built between 1975 and 1989 these were supposed to be one of the safest cars of it’s time (hence, the SV1 nomenclature as Bricklin referred to them).
11/08/2017 · From aimee
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