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The 2020 Cruisin the Pines Car Show has been cancelled due to the uncertainty of the Covid-19.

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Burma Shave Revisited

Last month’s article brought back memories, to when I was a little kid we would read the signs when we traveled. My dad used to take us to the small…

Killer Corvair

He Could Have a V-8 Although the body was essentially the same from 1965 to 1969, the introduction of the beefier Saginaw trans is what made possible converting to the…

Garagemahal

Garages are an unusual place. I think when man went into his first cave looking for shelter; he actually went into the first garage. Think about it. It’s dark, dirty,…

The Early Years of Jeff Gordon Racing – Part II

Before I begin this segment, I need to do a quick correction- I stated John Bickford built and owned hardtops driven by Gene Dudley.  Actually, It was Gene’s brother, Darrell,…

Wax On, Wax Off

Many of the Roamin Angels are 'gearheads' i.e., the type of guys who can rebuild an engine better than new and enjoy doing it, but not all are. Some are…

Bev’s Baby Bird

Although husband Gio had his Model A and ‘34 Ford street rods (what he calls his “adult toys”), Bev Giovanetti was never comfortable driving them. It wasn’t that she didn’t…

Selling The Chariot?

The intention of writing this article is to help you prevent some of the pitfalls of what happens when a survivor of your family is faced with selling your prized…

My Time With Jeff Gordon – Part I

Most of the many friends I have I have made in the Roamin Angels in my short 3 years with the club, know that I have a long relationship with…

Since it’s redesign and new F-1 designation in 1948, Ford changed little in three years. In fact, it would take an expert to tell them apart. All pickups in that day were stepsides.
Nothing Fancy Ford

John K. has no expectations that his ‘50 Ford F-1 shortbed pickup will ever win any trophies. But then, he doesn’t take it to car shows either. He did not…

Bright Tail lights

Brighter Tail Lights When I was fixing up Colleen’s ‘56 Chevy, one of the things I wanted to do was make the stop/tail lights brighter. First, I washed the lens…

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