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Can you imagine hauling rice in this 1946 Studebaker truck in east Arkansas? This one started its life as a 2-ton farm truck, with stake bed made of railroad ties and all.
4 days ago · From aimee
The PENTASTAR FLORIDA MOPAR CONNECTION
4 days ago · From aimee
This beautiful street rod is owned by David & Linda McGlathery of White Oak Texas. This ‘38 Chevy is well known in the East Texas, Louisiana area and beyond.
4 days ago · From aimee
1961 Chevrolet Impala
4 days ago · From aimee
Killer’s ’41 Willys was built turnkey less interior by WarHawk Performance of Glenn Allen, Alabama.
4 days ago · From aimee
Cruisin' in Style is Tom Loggans from Deltona, Florida with his Rally Red 1965 Corvette Convertible. Tom relates that his car is a personalized weekend driver and not a bone factory stocker that is captured in a trailer and has to be transported to and from events.
5 days ago · From aimee
A lot of things have changed during the past 11 years, but one constant is that if you wanted to really have a great time with your favorite hot rod or classic, you headed to historic downtown Beaumont, Texas for their annual car show.
5 days ago · From aimee
The first generation Camaro rolled into the Pony Car wars as a 1967 model, placing Chevrolet in the mix with a variety of engine and transmission combinations.
5 days ago · From aimee
Adrian Walden from Fyffe, Alabama just finished restoring this low mileage [23000] Nassau Blue 1966 Corvette Coupe.
5 days ago · From aimee
Since the history of the American automobile began, there have been land mark vehicles, and then there have been vehicles that made a mark on history, whether by design or by luck.
5 days ago · From aimee
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