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Memory Lane-Stories from the past
Our first loves, first cars and how sometimes they're one and the same.

scrapbook photosFred's 1929 Ford Roadster- This was my first car, it was completely stock when my grandfather gave it to me, I was 14.

Jack's 1929 Ford Roadster - This is not my first car, but it is my first attempt at a hot rod. In 1955, I built the car with a flathead engine while I was a junior in high school.

Ruth's First Ride- The car is a thirty-something Willys...

Cindy's Father Day Story - I was born into a family of car lovers so it's in the blood. I am the oldest of three and the only girl. My father was a car salesman for Chase Chevrolet in Stockton Ca.

Don's Years Gone By - One of the reasons the movie classic " American Grafitti" will still be popular years from now is because the era of the 50's and 60's was so magic that even those born a decade earlier or later find it appealing.

Remembering Pete Peters - June 22, 1944 to August 1, 1965. Second president of the ROAMIN’ ANGELS 1962-63. Pete’s life was too short, only 21 years. But boy, did he have a flair for it!

Len's Driving to Class - In 1946, My twin brother and I were sixteen. We moved from Bismarck, North Dakota and came out to Auburn, California on the train.

John's '31 Model A Roadster - In 1955, I bought my first car for $50.00. It was a stock 1931 Model A Roadster.

Tech Corner
Garage Math...screws & tires.

Bright Tail of the things I wanted to do was make the stop/tail lights brighter.

Wiper Arms...If you’re redoing your 40’s/50’s car, you may want new wiper arms.

Lee’s Dictionary of Tool Definitions.

Need a new radiator? Which is better, brass or aluminum?

Lift That Engine...A point pondered and drawn by Lanny.

Is Your Speedometer Accurate?

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