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review the 2010 Pop The Hood edition of Automotive Street Style magazine. We are excited about launching Automotive Street Style’s new media platform.

This magazine compliments the robust Internet content available exclusively on www.automotivestreetstyle.com, the coverage provided by our Celebrity Garage segments (launching 2010), our “Hot Radio Broadcasts” segments provided in a nationally syndicated format and via internet radio at www.hotradiobroadcast.com. This says nothing of our total domination of today’s most recognizable social media platforms! Our desire in bringing to market Automotive Street Style magazine is to provide car enthusiasts, hot rodders, specialty equipment manufacturers, street scene tuners, and automobile manufacturers, a cross urban platform to showcase their product lines to industry insiders and consumers alike. I invite you to take this opportunity to familiarize yourself with the various platforms under the Automotive Street Style umbrella, and in doing so I am certain you will realize their value to you or your organization.

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Magazine credits: Jerome “JYD” Williams Chief Executive Officer / Publisher jerome@automotivestreetstyle.com Lyndon Conrad Bell Road Test Editor lyndonbell@gmail.com Stan Mitchell Brand Manager/Co-Publisher stan@automotivestreetsyle.com Joshua Williams Executive Marketing Director josh@automotivestreetstyle.com Sara Sylvis Senior Designer Sherae Lash Creative Director Mario Rivas Videographer / Photographer 702-589-4657 Merlelynn S. Harris Writer David Rivas Photographer 702-589-4657 Pastor Benny Perez Writer / Pastor www.thechurchlv.com Automotive Street Style, LLC. 2831 St. Rose Pkwy, Suite 203 Henderson, NV 89044 (702) 589-4657 Automotive Street Style magazine is published by Automotive Street Style, LLC. No content (articles, graphics, design, or any other information) may be reproduced without written consent from Automotive Street Style magazine. The opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher, who along with his representatives, accepts no liability for the products and/or services of his advertisers. ©2010 Automotive Street Style, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Automotive Marketplace 4

Celebrity Garage

Find out about the hottest automotive & eectronic products. Stop and stare edition.

Jay Leno’s Garage

Forgiato Wheels

The JYD Project

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The artists of Forgiato have reinvented the wheel.

Giving foster kids a lift

Pop the Hood

Community Update

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Europe’s finest always starts with the engine.

Children and divorce

Autoshow Gallery

Local Owners

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From the Valley Automall’s January 30th autoshow

GM Performance LS2

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Rusted Paint

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Shows & Events

2004 Corvette with LS2 Supercharged to 1000HP!!!

Your Guide to Weekly Cruise–Ins and Upcoming Shows & Events

JYD Edition Camaro

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n Automotive Marketplace

What’s New: Stop & Stare Street Style Picks of the Month

« Plantronics: Voyager Pro UC wireless headset www.plantronics.com

Designed for mobile professionals in the office or on-thego, this single headset lets you seamlessly switch between calls received on your PC and those received on your mobile phone. Wideband technology sharpens PC audio and delivers rich, natural-sounding voice and multi-media transmissions. The Voyager PRO UC headset offers dual noise-canceling microphones on the boom, AudioIQ² technology, and three layers of WindSmart® technology to ensure that you hear every word and that your voice is heard clearly despite the noise around you or what you are connected to: your PC, mobile or smart phone. Voyager PRO UC is available in the Plantronics UC standard version and the Optimized for Microsoft® Office Communicator 2007 version.

» GMPP 2010 Camaro SS Ground Effects Kit www.gmperformanceparts.com The Ground Effects Package creates a dramatic, ground-hugging look for your Camaro. It comes in a Metallic Grey color that accents your car’s original color.

» Forgiato Wheel: AZIONI www.forgiato.com From Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo to Dolce & Gabbana and Giorgio Armani, these classic design icons have sought to achieve harmony through a balance of form and function. Following in their footsteps... The founders of Forgiato achieved that balance and fusion of classic design.

« STS Turbo for Corvettes & Camaros www.ststurbo.com STS TURBO’s remote-mounted turbocharger systems have been recognized around the world as the most innovative technology available for dramatically increasing the horsepower of any vehicle. We patented the technology in 2003 and remain the only legally authorized company to design and sell remote-mounted turbo systems. We provide high quality remote-mount systems and the best customer support in the industry. We invite you to discover the mind-blowing performance and amazing benefits of remote-mounting that make STS the Smart Choice In Forced Induction! • Best Power and Torque Curves in the Industry. • More Usable Horsepower • Most Power per Pound of Boost • Increased Fuel Economy • Bolt-On System • Patented Technology • Amazing Turbo Sound

• No Increase in Under-Hood Temperatures • No Need for Headers or Expensive Modifications • No Supercharged Belts • Lowest Intake Air Temps in the Industry • Cleaner Emissions

» Pirelli Tires: P Zero Run Flat www.us.pirelli.com The ultimate all season low profile tire for the High Performance market -Variable angle grooves for higher mechanical grip. -Innovative all season compound for top level grip on wet and dry conditions. -Longitudinal and lateral groove optimization to minimize the risk of aquaplaning even when cornering. -Optimized pitch sequence and continuous circumferential element for a high driving acoustic comfort.

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» Escort Radar: Passport 9500ci www.escortradar.com

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n forgiato w h ee l s forging and Computer Numerical Control mills, drills, and lathes. CNC describes the process by which a computer component drives the tooling, allowing for precise cutting and minimal human intervention.

Norman and AC Celik, the co-founding brothers of the Sun Valley, Californiabased company, have introduced two premium lines — Monoleggera and Reventon — to their exclusive portfolio of highline wheels.

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orgiato (“forged” in Italian) manufactures luxury alloy wheels for high-performance vehicles such as Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Built in their factory/ warehouse to jewel-like specifications, Forgiato’s 20 custom wheel styles are available in various sizes and almost unlimited finishes. The new lines are both onepiece artworks. Introduced in early 2009, the Monoleggera, retailing at $6,000 a set, is a one-piece forged wheel that is light and strong, while the Reventon, retailing at $2,200 per set, are less expensive but offer all the exclusivity of Forgiato, Gary explains.

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Monoleggera is available in 19 through 24 inch while Reventon is available in 18-24. The Celik brothers and their team only use the highest quality 6061-t6 forged aluminum in their wheels, crafted in either one- or three-piece configurations. The “6061” is the aerospace grade aluminum Forgiato uses — the same alloy in jets and advanced aeronautical and weapons systems. The “t6” is the level of hardness the process achieves by heat. “We are a true wheel manufacturer,” says Gary Tegeleci, the company’s marketing director. “We

custom build all of our wheels to perfectly fit any car.” Forgiato wheels are car jewelry — designed by jewelers with their unique dedication to expression, performance and reliability. Before they began customizing and selling premium wheels some 15 years ago, AC was a diamond setter and Norman a goldsmith. “Our wheels have to be seen to appreciate the drastic curves and fine detail we put into each one,” Norman says. “And, when you add to that all the experience we have in actual fitment of wheels, the final Forgiato product is unparalleled.” Forgiato incorporates the latest technology and advancements in aluminum

Automotive Street Style | March 2010 | Forgiato Wheels

“We have combined our knowledge of the art of jewelry manufacturing with technological advancements in CNC automation,” Norman says. “The end result: wheels that look and perform like fine Piaget watches.” Forging shapes materials under heat and pressure by a mechanical or hydraulic press — similar to the natural process that creates diamonds, AC explains. This heats but does not melt the alloy materials — preventing impurities or air bubbles to join with the alloy. Because of this quality manufactured surface, Forgiato wheels offer superior finishes, for chroming or powder coating, and more strength with less weight. “Less weight equals faster acceleration, superior braking and much better handling,” Norman

explains. “The buyer ends up with a high-performance wheel made specifically for his or her vehicle.” The new Monoleggera and Reventon lines continue this tradition of craftsmanship. Monoleggera wheels optimize the wheel’s strength-to-weight ratio by minimizing unsprung weight — improving a vehicle’s overall performance. “They are technically precise and stylishly beautiful,” Gary says. For fitments, Monoleggera wheels are engineered to meet the requirements of any high-performance vehicle, accommodating custom brakes, suspension upgrades and any other customization. “Forgiato is committed to create a customized Monoleggera wheel everytime — a wheel that is precisely engineered to perfectly fit your car and your lifestyle,” Gary explains. “This state-of-the art wheel has captured the hearts and minds of high-performance enthusiasts, with its featherlight weight and unique

designs you expect only from Forgiato,” he says. The value-oriented Reventon is the company’s answer to automotive enthusiasts who wanted affordability and the quality of a Forgiato wheel. Standard finishes include chrome, matte black and machined finishes, but you choose from all of the color and finish options offered by Forgiato. The Reventon wheels also offer unique insert options. Reventon will not only deliver unique Forgiato designs but also extreme fitments such as a seveninch lip for Range Rover, Camaro, BMW, MercedesBenz and others. “These extreme fitments are achieved not by trickery or illusions but from years of experience, along with engineering and research and development,” Gary explains. “In 2010, Reventon will be the buzz of the wheel industry and will stand apart.”

, www.Forgiato.com • www.Monoleggera.com • www.Reventonwheels.com

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n POP THE HOOD

Written by Lyndon Conrad Bell.

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eople say clothes make the man. But when it comes to the best European cars, while a dramatic appearance, high style and brilliant craftsmanship are always in evidence, it’s the engines that make them special. Bentley, Ferrari, and Porsche prove this time and time again.

torque and boasts a redline of 9000 rpm. A seven-speed dual clutch transmission conducts output to the rear wheels. Weighing in at just over 3000 pounds, the aluminum-bodied beauty uses that V8 to crack 60 from zero in about three seconds and top out at 202 miles per hour.

For 2010, Bentley has unleashed the most potent version of the Continental GT ever, the 621-horsepower Continental Supersports. Featuring a 6.0-liter twinturbocharged 12-cylinder that also pumps out 590 ft-lbs of torque for all four wheels to share, the Continental Supersports (with a curb weight of nearly 5,000 pounds!) screams past 60 in just under four seconds. Capable of propelling the big coupe to 204 miles per hour, the engine runs on pure gasoline, ethanol, or any combination of the two. Today’s mid-engine Ferrari is the 458 Italia. In traditional Ferrari practice, the number 458 conveys the displacement of the engine and the number of cylinders it employs. In this case, a 4.5-liter V8 delivers 562 horsepower, 398 ft-lbs of

“The Ferrari screams, the Bentley burbles and the Porsche howls. “

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Say the words “Porsche Turbo” in any gathering of automotive enthusiasts; reverent nods and knowing smiles ensue. Featuring the first all-new engine in the model’s history, the 2011 911 Turbo S uses a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat six to generate 530 horsepower and 516 ft-lbs of torque for delivery to all four wheels. Transmission of choice is Porsche’s own sevenspeed dual clutch transmission (aka as PDK, for Porsche-

Doppelkupplungsgetriebe). Pushing a curb weight of just over 3600 pounds, the Turbo S engine asserts a three second zero to 60 and a top speed of around 200 miles per hour. As much as we love these engines, the one thing we can’t convey here is the sounds they make. Each possesses an aural signature unmistakably its own. The Ferrari screams, the Bentley burbles and the Porsche howls. For those in the know, hearing their voices is just as good as seeing the cars when it comes to identifying them. As for having the privilege of blipping the throttle on one these when ever you desire? There’s nothing we can say that hasn’t already been heard.

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n 2 0 1 0 V A LL E Y A U T O M A LL A U T O S H O W

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n GM PERFORMANCE PARTS

GM Performance LS2

2004 Corvette with LS2 Supercharged to 1000HP!!! A new small-block legend in its own time!

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hen GM dared to release a redesigned smallblock in 1997, it succeeded beyond the expectations of enthusiasts around the world. Known as the LS Family V-8 small-block, the first and most popular version is the high-performance LS1 –available here as a complete crate engine from GM Performance Parts. In many ways, the LS1 is superior to any smallblock that came before it. A deep-skirt, six-boltmain block, with structural oil pan and other carefully engineered features, helps make the LS1 a strong,

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smooth running and dependable engine. A highlift camshaft actuating big 2.00/1.55 valves in symmetrical-port cylinder heads helps make it a uncompromised performer.

The engine is rated at 350 horsepower and 365 lb.ft. of torque. The engine includes a GTO-style oil pan, electronic drivebywire throttle body, intake manifold, exhaust manifolds, fuel rail with injectors, balancer, and 14” automatic transmission flexplate. It makes a great performance engine for your performance vehicle project – just add your wiring and electronics.

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JYD Teams with Unrestricted Motorsports for Limited Edition Camaro P

by A.E. Irwin

ersistence pays off. When two attempts to obtain a GM partner car for the annual Specialty Equipment Market Assocation (SEMA) show didn’t work out, the owners of Unrestricted Motorsports lived up to their company name. Fueled on passion and determination, they built their dream Comp Series 475 Camaro which debuted at the 2009 SEMA show. Combining classic 1960s style with an aggressive take on the modern muscle car, Unrestricted’s Comp Series features a urethaneconstructed aftermarket body kit. The kit features an extractor hood, front fascia, grille, side skirts, rear bumper insert with center-exit exhaust, and rear deck spoiler.

(JYD) to produce a “JYD Edition” Camaro. The limitedproduction automobile will merge JYD’s personal design elements with Unrestricted’s body kit, cowl hood with heat extractors and special paint scheme. It will also feature a custom interior, sound system, JYD-certified build sheet and 600 HP engine.

And people are taking notice. The Comp Series 475 Camaro was recently featured at the General Motors’ booth at the Chicago Auto Show. The sleek red and silver Camaro will also be featured in an upcoming issue of Camaro Performers magazine. Unrestricted Motorsports is now partnering with Automotive Street Style’s Jerome “Junkyard Dog” Williams

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n JYD PROJECT

JYD Project Teams up with Valley Automall to give FosteR kids a lift... The Valley Automall hosted its 12th annual Foster Teens Holiday celebration on Dec. 20th.

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he Valley Automall hosted its 12th annual Foster Teens Holiday celebration on Dec. 20th. The event gave 100 disadvantaged youths the opportunity to recieve food, gifts and fun. Valley Automall launched its Foster Teens Day as a way to bring seasonal cheer to Nevada’s foster children, which number more than 3,000. The JYD Project was on hand with its Ambassador Jerome “Junk Yard Dog” Williams, other celebrities that showed their support included Professional BMX rider TJ. Lavin, Fox 5 KVVU’s Darren Peck & MMA fighter Frank “Twinkle Toes” Trigg.

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Jerome “JYD” Williams, who gave away 40 pairs of his signature “Junk Yard Dog” Reebok shoes was answering questions, taking pictures and signing autographs. “This Event helps lifts spirits of neglected teens who might otherwise not experience the holidays,” said Richard Brown, a representative youth support worker with the Clark County Division of Child and Family Services. “It gives them a special day to be the center of attention, builds their confidence and gives them encouragement, letting them know they are important.”

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n C e l ebrity G arage

Celebrity Garage Jay Leno’s Garage

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omewhere in Southern California – a world of movies, magic, and make believe – is Jay Leno’s Big Dog Garage, a place not without its fair share of magic itself. Spread across two lowslung buildings cooked by the sun, is one of the world’s great car collections and one of the world’s best-equipped garages custom-built from the ground up to keep everything running in tip-top shape. The garage itself is about 17,000 square feet, sizeable, to say the least, for a private garage, which is enough space to work on about a dozen cars at any one given time. About a quarter of that space is taken up

by the machine shop, which includes a massive amount of equipment. Since you can’t exactly go down to the local auto shop for parts from pre-teen cars, the garage is geared up to fabricate parts and do just about all required work in house: a CNC Mill, a water jet cutter, sheet metal equipment, a lathe, a regular mill, and welding equipment from Tig and Mig to name some shop highlights. The garage is also home to a gourmet kitchen where Jay shows off his culinary skills for his staff and other visitors. Besides being an avid car collector and mechanic, Jay also likes to cook and can often be found preparing food, especially when on hiatus from The Tonight Show.

Jay Leno’s Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

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n O U R C ommunity

Community Clinical Update: Children and Divorce C Merlelynn S. Harris, M.S., MFT

hildren all around us in our community are hurting, and most of us are totally unaware. In the last fifty years, divorce and the separation of cohabiting couples has become a familiar occurrence in Western culture. With the current stressful economic times being what they are the phenomenon is now so widespread that current estimates in the U.S. place the divorce rate for those recently married at 50%, and the rate for recent “remarrieds” at 60%. Of those who divorce or separate each year, almost two-thirds have minor children (Cherlin & Furstenburg, 1994). The reactions of most children and adults to divorce and its aftermath are quite varied. Many families demonstrate ample resilience and do not seek or require any form of treatment or counseling. However, at the other end of the spectrum, there is evidence that children and adults in families experiencing divorce are 2-3 times more likely to seek mental health

treatment than members of families in which there has been no parental separation. Accordingly, most Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) see a significant number of families who need help adjusting to the changes brought about by marital separation and divorce. Research suggests that one-third of former spouses

skills, are in a unique position to provide the necessary interventions in a manner sensitive to how divorce sends ripples of change throughout the nuclear and extended families. MFTs’ training provides a lens through which families, although changed by the process of divorce, are not considered broken. Current educational and therapeutic interventions emphasize developing personal and family understanding and ensuring children’s well-being by establishing coparenting relationships, creating parenting plans, and enhancing the parenting skills of both parents.

Professional, caring help is available and there is always hope.

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have notable difficulty in establishing healthy adult relationships with each other after divorce, and about 5 –15% fail in this endeavor completely. Onequarter of children whose parents are separating, divorcing, or remarrying have adjustment difficulties, as compared to about 10% of those whose families are not disrupted by divorce (Ahrons, 1994; Hetherington, Bridges, & Insabella, 1998). Marriage and Family Therapists, with their systemic understanding of families and their clinical

Divorce disrupts family relationships and propels family members, particularly children, into numerous adjustments. Children’s adjustment to divorce is associated in varying degrees with parental conflict and adjustment, parenting skills of the residential parent, involvement of the non- residential parent, economic conditions, and other life stresses (Amato,

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parental consistency.

Children’s symptoms of anxiety and depression are associated with children feeling responsible for, or caught in the middle of, parental conflict. Examples of being caught in the middle include being asked to carry messages between parents, hearing disparaging comments about the other parent, and feeling pressured to be disloyal. In response to parental conflict and anger, children under age 5 may cry, act out, regress, or try to distract parents. Children age 6 to middle adolescence may try to intervene in the conflict. One cue that parental conflict is too high is children’s repeated attempts to reduce the conflict (Amato, 1993; Cummings & Davies, 1994; Grych & Fincham, 1997; Hetherington, 1999; Kelly & Yingling, 1998). Helping children adjust to divorce often necessitates assisting parents to move beyond their anger with one another to develop an effective co-parent relationship that maintains

As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) I encourage all of the readers to consider getting licensed professional help if they should find themselves or someone they know in this situation. Professional,

caring help is available and there is always hope. There are many services in the community to help from counseling centers to private practice, both secular and faith-based.

REFERENCES Ahrons, C. R. (1994). The good divorce: Keeping your family together when your marriage comes apart. New York: HarperCollins Amato, P. R. (1993). Children’s adjustment to divorce: Theories, hypotheses, and empirical support. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 55, 23–38. Cherlin, A. J., & Furstenburg, F. F. Jr. (1994). Stepfamilies in the United States. Annual Review of Sociology, 20, 360–572. Cummings, E. M., & Davies, P. (1994). Children and marital conflict: The impact of family dispute and resolution. New York: Guilford. Grych, J. H., & Fincham, F. D. (1997). Children’s adaptation to divorce: From description to explanation. In S.A. Wolchik & I.N. Sandler (Eds.), Handbook of children’s coping: Linking theory and intervention (pp. 159–193). New York: Plenum Press. Hetherington, E. M. (1999). Should we stay together for the sake of the children? In E. M. Hetherington (Ed.), Coping with divorce, single parenting, and remarriage: A risk and resiliency perspective, pp. 93–116. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hetherington, E. M., Bridges, M., & Insabella, G. M. (1998). What matters? What does not? Five perspectives on the association between marital transitions and children’s adjustment. American Psychologist, 53, 167–184. Kelly, J. B., & Yingling, L. (1998). Marital conflict, divorce, and children’s adjustment. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7, 259–271.

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More Shows & Events

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March 28th, 2010

Injured Police Officer’s Fund Car Show

Shows & Events March 5th, 2010

Bakersfield March Meet

Weekly Cruise–Ins Boulder City Donut Run

Every other Saturday, 7am-9am Tasty Pastries 825 Nevada Highway Hosted by 2 Guys and 3 Other Guyz Car Club March 13th & 27th

Cars &Coffee

Every Saturday, 8am-11am Sansone Park Place Shopping Center. 9500 S. Eastern (215 & Eastern Ave.)

Classic Cruisers & Coffee Every Sunday, 8am-10am Boulder Station Casino Parking Garage

C.R.A.B.S.

Every Saturday, 8am-10am Denny’s Restaurant at I-215 & Tropicana Jake: 702-491-2161

Henderson Donut Run

Every Saturday, 7am-9am Friendly Donuts, 806 Boulder Highway In Smith’s Shopping Center Hosted by 2 Guys and 3 Other Guyz Car Clubs March 6th & 20th

TUCKERS Classic Auto Parts

Every Saturday, 9am-12pm 7685 Commercial Way in Henderson FREE Coffee & Snacks to ALL Hot Rods

West End Boys

Every Sunday, 7am-10am Santa Fe Mining Co. across the street from Santa Fe Casino

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Auto Club Famoso Raceway is all set to kick off the Nostalgia racing season March 5, 6 and 7. Now celebrating 52 years of racing, the March Meet is a three-day affordable speedfest that enthusiasts call “the jewel of Nostalgia Racing.” It attracts drag racers and spectators from around the world and also includes a hot rod car show, swap meet and vendors midway. March 12th-14th, 2010

GoodGuys Spring

WestWorld Of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ Over 2,000 Rods, Customs, Classics and Muscle Cars thru ‘72, Vendor & Manufacturer Exhibits, Swap Meet & Cars 4 Sale Corral, Model & Pedal Car Show, Thursday Hot Rod Cruise ending with the Kick Off Party, Street Challenge Autocross www.good-guys.com March 19th, 2010

Town Center Lounge II Cruise Night N. Las Vegas, NV Cheyenne & Simmons 6pm-9pm (702) 646-1131

March 26th-28th, 2010

MOPAR at the Strip

Las Vegas, NV Car show, drag races, concerts, swap meet, MoPower cruise, vendors, manufacturer’s midway. Jeep off road poker run, true street challenges, pony car wars AND a classic car give-a-way! www.moparsatthestrip.com March 28th, 2010

Tucker’s 2nd Annual Open House Henderson, NV Tucker’s Classic Auto Parts 7685 Commercial Way. 9am-3pm, Free hot dogs, sodas, music and fun. Come show off your hot rod. All makes & models are welcome. (702) 28-1955 www.tuckersparts.com

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Las Vegas, NV 10am-4pm, Sunset Park Hosted by I.P.O.F. On the grass. All years, makes and models of vehicles. Trophies & Dignity picks. Vendors, food & beverage concessions. IPOF (702) 380-2840 May 29th, 2010

Memorial Day Hot Rod Classic

Boulder City, Nevada Bicentennial Park, in the park, on the grass. Open to All Pre-1975 Classics & Hot Rods, Friday Night Cruise-in, Show & Shine, Raffles, Top Vehicle Picks, Sponsor Picks, Best of Show, Best Dam Barbecue Cook-off, Live DJ Music. Sponsored by: Majestic Graphics, Cisco, Rod News of Southern Nevada. For more information, call 702-592-7189 April 1st, 2010

Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend Las Vegas, NV The Orleans Hotel & Casino 4500 W. Tropicana Ave. www.vivalasvegas.com April 2nd & 3rd, 2010

Greaser’s 11th Annual Rod & Kustom Car Show

Henderson, Nevada Mystic Lodge Casino, 920 Boulder Highway Friday Night Cruise-in, Car Show Saturday 9am-3pm. $20 pre-registered, $25 at the gate. Includes t-shirt & dash plaque. Open to all years, makes and models. Greaser: (702) 565-9452 April 3rd, 2010

VWs Invade The Dam Car Show

Boulder City, Nevada All the VW Car Show in Bicentennial Park on the grass. 8am-9pm. Open to all years and models of Volkswagens. Awards, raffle prizes, live auction, DJ music, Love Bug movie in the park, at dusk. Grand prize give-a-way of a 1600 d/p turn key engine and IRS rebuilt trans axel!!! Free event t-shirt to the first 75 pre-registered participants. $10 pre-registration, $15 at the gate. Discount room rates at the Railroad Pass Casino. For more info: (702) 434-9678


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2005 Ferrari F430 Spider Exterior Color: Dark Blue Interior Color: Tan Body Style: 2Door Conv Engine: Transmission: F1 Paddle/ Auto Mileage: 9,800 Driveline: Manufactured: Price: $165,000.00 Vin Number: ZFFEW59A450143959 Call Ryan for details: 702.818.1031

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