Can’t-miss seasonal events like the Hagley Car Show, Don’s Tree Farm, Beers & Gears and more.........Page 5
How one mishap can lead to new adventures
Shine in the Pines, The Race of Gentlemen, Wheels & Wings Pages 8-15
August-September 2017 Vol. 28 No. 3 cruisingmagazine.net
CRUISE C ALENDAR • ARE A’S TO P S HO W S
Hagley Car Show PRESENTED BY GLENMEDE
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Enjoy more than 500 antique and restored cars that date from the early 1900s to 1980s.
This year’s feature is
Distinctively Different: Styling in the 1950s The show features vehicle parades, motoring music, video and pedal car racing, a vintage jukebox display, and a festival food court.
Pre-event tickets: 8 for adults, $4 for children 6-14. Available starting August 15 at the Hagley Store or at www.hagley.org. $
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President’s Forum................................................................................................................14 Pin-Up Point of View..........................................................................................................15 Cruise Calendar....................................................................................................................17 Show Calendar.....................................................................................................................23 Your Wheels ..........................................................................................................................29 Cruising 101 & Shifting Gears.........................................................................................30 Art Director: Tyler Mitchell Advertising & Sales: Jerry duPhily Editorial & Research Team: Jerry duPhily, Larry Lazareff, Krista Connor Contributing Writers: Frank Adkins, Larry Lazareff, Bill Nese, Ben Notaro, John Quinn, Brenda Burns, Al Snyder Contributing Photographers: Larry Lazareff, Ben Notaro, John Quinn, Anthony Santoto Founder and Special Consultant: Larry Lazareff Cover Photo: Ben Notaro
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From Fender Bender to Friendship The journey for new car parts takes our writer on an unexpected adventure By Frank Adkins
t had been 22 years since my last accident. Since that time I had driven more than half a million miles and competed in countless on-track events in various disciplines. Sure, I’d had my share of close-calls, but I had not actually wadded up a car in over two decades. And then it happened. I was at my workplace in the automotive technology department at Delaware Technical Community College. There had been a misunderstanding, and my butt was in a sling through no fault of my own. While this was going on, I was moving the ’65 Plymouth Valiant street-driven autocross car, one of the college’s Automotive Technology program project cars, outside to make room for my ’67 Plymouth GTX. The GTX was to be used in the Engine Performance class the following day to demonstrate ignition timing curves (we would be re-curving the distributor) and the Valiant was to be my ride home that night. Preoccupied, frustrated, and angered by the situation that was unfolding, I wheeled the Valiant into an area behind the shop where it would be out of the way, when suddenly, BANG! In my haste, I had run too close to a large yellow pole adjacent to one of the bay doors. The pole was intended to protect the corner of the building, and it did its job well. I sprang from the driver’s seat to assess the damage. The bumper and right fender were both crumpled. The headlight bezel was flattened in one spot and the front valence was kinked along its lower edge. 6
My stomach flopped. Before it could defy me, I walked inside, removed the distributor from the GTX, and prepared it for my return trip home. With the Valiant’s fender now resting against the tire, I wouldn’t be driving it anytime soon. All the while, I felt like a stooge. Really, I had been driving for 35 years. How hard was it to avoid a stationary iron pole? I wasn’t ready to talk about it. I worked feverishly and silently on the GTX distributor. It wasn’t until sometime later that I was ready to confess to the other instructors what I had done. Of course, by then, they had all discovered the damage and the tell-tale marks on the pole. In the days that followed, I began searching for parts to fix the car. I had a spare headlight bezel in my parts stash, and after a little straightening, painting, and polishing I deemed it good enough. I followed one false lead on a fender and several false leads on replacement bumpers. I finally sent my damaged bumper to Tri-City Plating in exchange for one that had been repaired and replated. It was expensive, but the quality was worth it. The fender was another story. It was only used in 1965 on Valiants but it was used in both 1964 and 1965 on Barracudas. On eBay I spotted a fender that I remembered seeing in a listing months earlier. The seller had offered a pair of fenders for sale originally, but now he listed only one. Fortunately, it was the right side—the side I needed. He was located in southern New Jersey. It was an easy drive from my southern Delaware home.
Had my then 7-year-old car-nut grandson been able to go with me, I would have opted to take the Lewes-Cape May Ferry, for I knew he had never ridden the ferry. As it was, I set out alone, heading north to the Delaware Memorial Bridge, and then south to the seller’s home in my daily-driven Neon. With its fold-down rear seat, it often serves as a high MPG truck. The seller, Jim, had provided his address. I pulled up to his house, finding it with no trouble. Immediately my eyes feasted on his gorgeous silver ’65 Barracuda with red stripes and matching red interior. Later he told me he had parked it outside so I’d be sure to know which house was his. My wife and I had owned a ’65 Barracuda Formula S with a 273 Commando and four-speed transmission. It was gold with black stripes and a black interior. Although it was a fun car, it needed to be restored. Five years ago we sold it in order to make room for a ’68 Road Runner. Jim’s car, by contrast, was equipped with a 273 two-barrel (although he had wisely added an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold and carburetor) backed by an automatic transmission. He had restored it from top to bottom, and it wore later Rally wheels just as I had installed on our old Barracuda. Jim met me in the driveway as I was taking in the splendor of his car. His mother had purchased it new. He had acquired it from her, eventually sold it, and later bought it back. During its restoration he had purchased a rust-free body from California, which donated its metal to resuscitate his rusty East Coast body. The fender I was about to buy was one of the originals from his car; it had been repaired prior to his acquisition of the California body. Soon we talked as if we had been friends for years. Sometimes car people just seem to hit it off this way. I asked if he had any spare headlight bezels. He had a few, but none was better than the spare I had. He offered me a spare dashboard, which I bought due to mine suffering rust from a mouse infestation during long-term storage prior to my ownership. As we talked, we discovered that we knew some of the same people—not unusual for car folks it seems. He mentioned an acquaintance who lived a short distance away and who also owned a Barracuda. He had parted out another one a few years earlier. Coincidentally, I had purchased the entire floor from this gentleman’s parts Barracuda for the Valiant. I had removed it in one large piece, but I had cut it and sectioned it into the Valiant in two pieces prior to my students performing its mechanical metamorphosis. Through the course of our conversation I learned that he had sold the original left side fender from his Barracuda the first time he had listed the pair on eBay. A gentleman from Vermont or New Hampshire had driven all the way to his home to buy it. I felt
Jim’s gorgeous silver ‘65 Plymouth Barracuda.
The restored ‘65 Plymouth Valiant.
fortunate to have driven just shy of three hours to buy mine! We swapped stories about other cars we had both owned. I told him of our ’65 Formula S, and I described the Valiant which would receive his Barracuda’s original fender. The Valiant had been an elderly woman’s car. Built with a 170 cubic inch Slant Six and three-speed manual transmission, it had served her well for 41,000 miles while likely never straying beyond a three mile radius of her home. Upon her death, the owner of the local general store had purchased it, and he stored it in an out-building with a dirt floor on one of his farms for well over ten years. There, mice and moisture had their way with the car. Its interior was destroyed, its floor was devoured by “tin worms,” and its engine and brakes were rendered unsalvageable. We had acquired it and fitted it with a healthy 318, four-speed, a few suspension modifications, a revamped brake system including front disc brakes, and fifteen-inch wheels and tires. It was a budget build for sure, but one with clear, achievable goals in mind. Before I left, Jim and I promised to meet up at the annual show at Meding’s Seafood north of Milford, Del., in June. He and his wife were already planning to traverse the Delaware Bay aboard the Lewes-Cape May Ferry with their Barracuda. Sadly, as we would learn later, that show would not happen in 2017. During my ride home I pondered my circle of friends and the situations through which I’d met each of them. With the exception of friendships from high school, nearly all of my others had sprouted from automotive connections. Many were through work, some through car clubs and cruises, and a few others through chance encounters involving cars or parts for sale. My automotive addiction has spawned many life-long friendships with good people. Cultivating these friendships has proven fulfilling. Since that time I have repaired the Valiant, and now my embarrassing mishap is but a memory. I have also helped Jim with a few parts for his Barracuda. I sent him an original gas cap and a few pieces of kick-down linkage. That’s the sort of thing we car folks do for each other, isn’t it? He e-mails me a few times a week with jokes, especially those of a political nature. In addition to our shared love of ‘60s Chrysler cars, our political views are aligned dead-on. I don’t know if Jim is planning to attend any of the same shows that I am this year. The Mopar show at Maple Grove Raceway and the Carlisle All Chrysler Nationals are on my list, though both will have passed by the time this story reaches the newsstands. At the very least, I will find out what local shows he plans to attend. I’ll pick up my car-nut grandson (now 8-years-old), and we’ll head for the ferry. Seeking out parts for our old cars often leads to far more than just the parts themselves. Sometimes good things come from unfortunate events. 7
Shine in the Pines
One thing that can be said about specialty car owners is that they do not let rain hamper their love for their favorite event. Case in point was the Spring Boardwalk Classic Car Show held in Wildwood, N.J., on Mother’s Day Weekend. The weather from Thursday night into Saturday was not great and the first thought that came to mind was that everyone would stay home and not tolerate the rain. Well, it may hinder some but not the many car owners who came out to show their rides on the boardwalk. As one strolled along the boards, there were plenty of cruisers with their various genres of transportation. From wild high-sitting trucks to ground-scraping vehicles, it was a fun show in spite of foreboding skies. The Greater Wildwood Hotel & Motel Association staged another fun car show to usher in the cruising season of 2017.
In 1766, Charles Read, a well-known ironmaster, built the Batsto Iron Works along the Batsto River in what is now Wharton State Park in Burlington, N.J. The area had an abundance of bog ore which could be mined from the area’s streams and rivers, and wood from the area’s forests was harvested for charcoal for smelting the ore. American iron can still be found at the historic site in the Pinelands region of New Jersey. That iron, of course, is found in the form of American classic and muscle cars. The Batsto Citizens Committee and the Cruising Classics Auto Club teamed up to present the 7th annual Batsto Shine in the Pines Car Show. There was no shortage of iron as nearly 200 rides came out to participate. The day was also highlighted by crafters and a glass and bottle show. Let’s not forget some fine bluegrass musicians playing for the show. History is still a big part of this 18th century village and it’s assisted by the classic rides of another type of “iron” for the past seven years.
— Text and photos by Ben Notaro
— Text and photos by Ben Notaro
Small Town, Big Celebration The Race of Gentlemen
When a community reaches the age of 150 years since its establishment, it’s time for a special party. Nestled in Buena Vista Township, New Jersey is a community called Richland Village. This is a place where the pride and personality of a small town in America shines very brightly. The township administrators wanted to share a great day and they succeeded with a car cruise and activities for everyone. Cruisers and spectators could take a real train ride or visit many local businesses in the village including the Patcong model railroad exhibit. A neat feature was a community tree that was quite old and was saved from the ravages of time with the town’s history carved on it and preserved. (The tree was sadly diseased and this was the best way to keep it from being cut down). The South Jersey Mustang Club took care of the cruise, the township took care of the festivities and time took care of preserving the spirit of the hometown USA.
For the last five years a group of hardcore dedicated North Jersey traditional rod and motorcycle club members called the Oilers have come to the South Jersey shore town of Wildwood. This group assists event promoters Mel Stultz and Bobbie Green in having a race on the beach that harkens back to the days when racing was considered a sport for gentlemen. Cars that are racing are hand-selected up to a 1936 make, and must have period-correct equipment for racing. The modern world does not apply. There is even a traditional car show that has rides that reflect back to the birth of the hot rod movement. Race participants and spectators came from as far away as Japan and Sweden as well as throughout the USA. For three days a year, it’s a race of rides from simpler times when men and women held onto a chivalrous code that truly makes this “The Race of Gentlemen.”
— Text and photos by Ben Notaro
— Text and photos by Ben Notaro
Spring Fling GM Thing Boardwalk Corvette Club based in Atlantic City, N.J. is a great example of a group dedicated to a particular marquee of automobile. Let’s face it, they have been enjoying the General Motor’s plastic fantastic Chevy Corvette as a club since 1983. So what is the next step in having fun and promoting their dedication to cars made by the “General” you may ask? Why, it’s the annual “Fling GM Thing,” an allGeneral Motors Car show in Colonial Smithville. This event is open to anything GM and any year. On this extraordinary beautiful summer-like day, the village of Smithville saw GM rides everywhere. Cars spanned all years and makes of GM products. It’s easy to see that Boardwalk Corvette Club knows a “shore” thing about rides from their favorite car manufacturer.
The Wheels and Wings Airshow took off on Memorial Day weekend at the Millville Army Air Field, with about 300 volunteers and a year of planning. It is a heart-pounding show with aerobatics, military air crafts, and the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. The men and women pilots come from many different states. More than 50,000 people are estimated to have attended the event over the weekend. Airplanes and cars – what could be better that that? For more information about the Millville Army Air Field visit p47millville.org or call (856) 327-2347.
— Text by Ben Notaro, photos by Louis Benvenuti, Jr
— Text and photos by Brenda Burns
Wheels and Wings Show
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ake a step back in time as the Hagley Car Show returns on Sunday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show will feature more than 500 antique and restored cars, trucks and motorcycles that date from the early 1900s through the 1980s. The special feature this year is “Distinctively Different: Styling in the 1950s,” which showcases cars from the golden era of car design and production in the United States. The 1950s’ car culture is unparalleled by any other decade, and this year’s car show theme will celebrate the unique aspects manufacturers began using at that time. There were many innovations in design and safety, and the ‘50s gave birth to several highly prized classic cars. The jet set lifestyle had captured the hearts of the American public and designers of the time jumped at the chance to expand this fascination.
Visitors to the car show will enjoy vehicle parades, a vintage juke box display, video simulators, pedal car racing, and a festival food court. The show will take place in the area surrounding the first du Pont home, garden and barn. Parking for Hagley’s Car Show will be on site. Visitors can enter through Hagley’s main entrance off Route 141. Tickets to the show will be offered in advance at the Hagley Store or hagley.org from Aug. 14 through Sept. 13 (online) or Sept. 16 (store). Tickets start at $8. Admission is free for Hagley members and children 5 and under. The event will be held rain or shine. — Cruising Magazine
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We are well into a great show and cruise season with many more fantastic events planned, so don’t let that ride stare at the four walls in your garage. Remember these are family events, get everyone to come out and enjoy a show or cruise. This isn’t Florida or California where they can cruise all year long. We are on a limited time frame, so take a television break and cruise on down to your local car event with the family. Just a quick note about some sad news that by now many of you already know. The famous Flemings Pumpkin Run is now done. This was always an outstanding event with cars showing up from, well you know, everywhere. My personal thanks to Harry Fleming and his staff for the many great years of the Pumpkin Run. This event will always be remembered by the thousands who have been there. Thanks for the memories. I suppose somewhere along the lines I have asked the question: “Why do guys and gals join a car club?” On the other hand, “Why don’t guys and gals join a car club?” Questions I’ll never have the answer for. Only you will know the answer, so share that with me sometime because I would be interested in your response. Remember the car clubs of the ‘50s and ‘60s? The start of hot rodding and gofast cars began after many of our family members came home from World War II. That escalated into the birth of the car club, where the guys had special jackets with their club name, black boots, jeans, t-shirts with a pack of cigarettes rolled up in the sleeve and finally, but not least, the long, slick black hair. We’ve all seen this portrayed in many TV shows, but in reality, the concept of a car club was born. That close-knit group of guys and gals has grown into the clubs we have today, however in a slightly different form. Frankly the keywords in that statement were “close-knit.” I have spoken to many other club presidents about general club activities, membership, participation and so on. Some presidents have told me they have more than 100 members, but couldn’t tell you who half of them were. Support is a huge part of being a member of a car club. However, support comes in many forms such as showing up at club events, showing up at meetings, playing an active role at events or simply general help with club activities. A car club member shouldn’t have to ask who the club officers are. Those members are referred to as a ghost member. Do you get my point? Why join if you’re not willing to help support? We presidents also understand that age has creeped up on many members and we know the will is there but sometimes the body is not. Fact of life! We ask only to do your best. Clubs today just don’t hot rod around and raise heck, they have a purpose and a mission and in order to carry out that mission it takes more than five or 10 percent of the membership. So, if you decide to join a club, remember you are signing on to help complete a mission. In today’s world club missions are to have fun and support charities of which there are plenty to go around. Our biggest rewards are seeing smiles on the faces of people less fortunate than ourselves who we have helped because we accomplished our mission. Think about it. Finally, let’s not lose sight of why we participate in this wonderful hobby. It’s all about having fun. Keep On Cruisin’…Bill Nese
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In early June I went to the 3rd annual Rockabilly Uprising in historic Smithville, N.J. The event was hosted by The Underground, which is a punk rock and countercultural shop. They sell all sorts of unique things like clothing, accessories, posters and more. The owners Mike and Lucy are coming up on celebrating 10 years at Smithville. The Underground is a mustsee, and my favorite store. It also features special events, vendors, artists and more. At the Uprising, The Underground put on an amazing Pin Up contest with 25 other gals. Yours truly was in the contest, too. There was no shortage of winged eye liner, red lips, polka dot dresses and high heels with lined stockings. The car show was put on by Dead Rodz Revival. The cars ranged from classic and muscle to rat rods. To get more information on upcoming events contact The Underground on Facebook, email@example.com, theoriginalunderground.com, or (609) 652-5200. Don’t forget to like me on Facebook at Trixie Cherrybomb.
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VENDORS ADMITTED AT 7AM (must be in by 9am) VENDOR SPACES ARE 12’ x 12’. VENDORS MUST CALL FIRST!
Vehicle Pre-Registraion Fee is $10 $15 at the Show
ALL VEHICLES MUST HAVE A UL APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER! NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES!
FOR MORE INFOMATION CALL: LISA - 609-780-3088 Pre-Registration Form Name:________________________________________________________ Street:_______________________City/State/Zip_____________________ Year:___________Make:___________________Model:________________ Phone #________________________Email:_________________________ Signature:___________________________ Amount Enclosed $________ Mail Application & Make Checks Payable to: GWCC, P.O. Box 792, Woodbine, NJ, 08270
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EVENT LISTINGS Every Thursday (July 27; Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28; Oct. 5) Cruising at the Shore Jersey Cape Cruisers McDonald’s parking lot Rio Grande, NJ 7-9pm Event is weather permitting. All vehicles welcome. Info: Rick Pearson @ 609-886-2198 Fourth Fridays (July 28; Aug. 25; Sept. 22) Pitman 4th Friday Cruise-In Pitman, NJ 5-8pm Park at the park. No fee, trophies, open to all makes and more. Info: Bill @ 856-589-1941 Saturdays (Aug. 19; Sept. 30) Cruise for the Troops Main Street Shopping Center Bartlett Ave. and Rt.100, Exton, PA 19341 5-8pm Top Dead Center Motor Club. All makes and years. No entry fee but cash donations and non-perishables for troops stationed overseas or in veterans hospital accepted. All vehicles welcome, charity. Info: Joe O’Fria: (484) 206-5109, firstname.lastname@example.org; tdcmotorclub.com Every Monday (July 31; Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28; Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25) Mighty Joe’s Cruise Nights 1231 Rt. 206, Shamong, NJ 08088 Every Monday year-round. Info: 609-268-0303 Every Tuesday (July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26) Rita’s Cruise Nights Rita’s Water Ice Next to K-Mart Exit 37 off Rt. 50/301, Stevensville, MD 5-8pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome. Info: (410) 643-5572; kentislandcruisers.com
Mustang Specialist in Delaware FULL ROTISSERIE OR PARTIAL RESTORATIONS ENGINE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT RACE CAR PREPARATION • RUST REPAIR 520 Terminal Ave | New Castle, DE | 800-248-9522
First Thursdays (Aug. 10, Sept. 7, Oct. 5) Don’s Tree Farm Cruise Nights 6396 Hickman Road, Greenwood, DE 19950 5-9pm Relaxed. No competition. Just food, fun and friends. Info: (302) 349-0555; DonsTreeFarm.com
Tuesdays (July 25; Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26; Oct. 3, 10) Cruise Night Evergreen Dairy Bar 1643 Route 70, Southampton, NJ 08088 Tuesday night at Evergeen Dairy Bar is Cruise Night. Cars, food, ice cream, and music. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Chance Fenton @ (609) 654-8585; email@example.com First Saturdays (Aug. 5; Sept. 2; Oct. 7) Cruise nights at DQ Dairy Queen Main Street, Millsboro, DE 6-9pm First Saturdays. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Rusty @ (302) 934-7377 First Saturdays (Aug. 5; Sept. 2) Custard Coral Cruises Custard Coral 210 E. Broad St., Millville, NJ 8332 5-8pm Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome. Info: (856) 825-1879 First Saturdays (Aug. 5; Sept. 2; Oct. 7) Corvette Club of Northern Delaware Show & Cruise Pike Creek Shopping Center Delaware 4-8pm Street rods, classics, antique, race, trucks, no entry fee; for charity/ Info: Bob Avery @ (302) 887-6577 Sept. 9 (Saturday) Cruise Night presented by 301 Plaza Restaurant 301 Plaza & Restaurant 921 Middletown-Warrick Road, Middletown, DE 19709 5-8pm All makes and model cars are welcome. No trailers (in show area); no burnouts – just a free family-friendly event. Food, fun, 50/50. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome. Info: LaBarre Everette @ (302) 983-6966, firstname.lastname@example.org
EVENT LISTINGS Second Wednesdays (Aug. 9) Lapps Get Together Lapps Olympia Dairy Bar Rt. 40, Carney’s Point, NJ, 08069 5-8pm Handicap accessible, food, all vehicles welcome. Info: (609) 202-0437, email@example.com; backroadcruisers.net Third Thursdays (Aug. 17; Sept. 21) Delaware Valley Road Runners Cruise Nights Falls Township Community Park 9125 Mill Creek Road, Levittown, PA 19054 6pm 20 plaques each month to best cars. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, charity, vendors welcome. Info: Len @ (215) 510-6629, Lenpribish@hotmail.com; delawarevalleyroadrunners.com
Third Fridays (Aug. 18; Sept. 15) Rack’s Pub & Grill Cruise Rack’s Pub & Grill 2021 N. Blackhorse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 5-8pm Free cruise, trophies, music, discounts on food, 50/50, and more. All vehicles welcome. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, charity. Info: Bill Nese @ (609) 381-3249, firstname.lastname@example.org; nostalgiaknights.com
Third Sundays (Aug. 20; Sept. 17) House of Brews American Grill House of Brews Old Blackhorse Pike, Turnersville, NJ 12-3pm Free cruise every third Sunday of the month. Music, food discounts, 50/50, door prizes, give-a-ways, trophies and more. All vehicles welcome. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome, charity. Info: Drew @ (856) 318-1260; nostalgiaknights.com
Third Saturdays (Aug. 19; Sept. 16) Cruzin’ Fox Run Fox Run Shopping Ctr. Rt. 40 & Rt. 72, Bear, DE 3-7pm April 15; 4-8pm May 20 Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Mike @ (302) 757-3664
Third Wednesdays (Aug. 16; Sept. 20) South Jersey Region AACA Cruise Night Bobbitt Auto 595 Salem Quinton Rd., Salem, NJ 08070 5-8pm Monthly car cruise. Hot dogs and beverage for all drivers who bring out their antique auto. DJ Ed Counsellor spinning records. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome, charity. Info: Ray McFarland @ (609) 202-3906, email@example.com; sjraaca.com
Thursdays (Aug. 17; Sept. 21) 2017 Cruise Nights Home Depot Cross Keys Bypass RD & NJ-42 Sicklerville, NJ Info: 609-320-9941
Fire Safety Fair & Open House
Third Wednesdays (Aug. 16; Sept. 20) Monthly Cruise Andy’s Diner Ridge Pike, Norristown, PA 19428 5pm-close Cruise every third Wednesdays. Open to all makes, models & bikes. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, vendors welcome. Info: Joe Michaels @ (215) 783-4403, firstname.lastname@example.org Fourth Wednesdays (Aug. 23; Sept. 27) Mullica Hill Get Together Rt. 77 next to post office, Mullica Hill, N.J. 5-8pm Handicap accessible, food, all vehicles welcome. Info: (609) 202-0437
A benefit for the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware Sponsored by the Talleyville Fire Company
Antique & Classic Car Show
Sunday, September 24, 2017 10AM-4PM Rain Date: October 1, 2017
Judging until 3PM Trophy Presentation at 3:30PM Fire Safety Fair & Open House
FLEA MARKET! All Cars Welcome! All Makes, Models, & Years! FREE HOT DOGS & DRINKS • ANTIQUE FIRE TRUCKS Car show application at: www.talleyvillefireco.org • Or contact Dan Kiley: 302-478-0843 CONCORD PLAZA CORPORATE CENTER • 3500 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE 21
EVENT LISTINGS ALL SPECTATORS
PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP, PINSETTER, & PMAC PRESENT THE
7111 On Maple Ave
(Union Ave to Pinsetter Bar & Bowl)
ANNUAL CAR & BIKE SHOW & CRAFT FAIR SEPT 24, 2017 • 11AM–4PM (rain date: Oct. 1, 2017)
KIDS ACTIVITIES • FOOD • DJ MUSIC • VENDORS AWARDS IN EVERY CLASS Stock Production to 1953 • Stock Production to 1954-1958 • Stock Production to 1959-1963 Stock Production to 1964-1966 • Stock Production to 1967-1968 • Stock Production to 1969-1970 • Stock Production to 1971-1976 Stock Production to 1977-1990 • Stock Production to 1991-2009 • Corvettes (2 classes) • Foreign Sports Cars • Sports Compact Trucks Stock • Trucks Modified • Custom Street Rods • Modified 1949-1959 • Modified 1960-1969 • Modified 1970-1989 Modified 1990-Present • Special Interest • Mustangs (All Years) up to 2010 • All New Cars: 2011-Present PLUS: Parks & Recreation Award • P.M.A.C Chamber Award • Bank Award • Best of Show (Modified & Stock) • Mayor’s Award Pflugfelder Award • Best of Show • Pinsetter Bar & Bowl Award • Rhea Family Award • Beatrice Landis Award
Info: Elwood Martz • 856-665-1000 ex 151 • email@example.com
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STREET RODS / MUSCLE CARS • CUSTOMS / DETAILING ENGINE & INTERIOR WIRING • PARTIAL / FULL RESTORATION CUSTOM BODYWORK & PAINT • CHASSIS MODIFICATIONS SUSPENSION INSTALLATION 210 CLINTON AVENUE • PITMAN, NJ 08071 EDWARD BUELOW • P: 856-228-ROD1 • F. 856-582-5770
FALL FESTIVAL CAR SHOW Presented by SMITH’S FAMILY RESTAURANT
Sunday, Sept. 24th • Noon-4pm (rain date: Oct. 1st) 6396 Hickman Road • Greenwood, DE 19950
$1000 IN CASH AWARDS! Dash Plaque for first 150 registered participants (see website for award categories)
Goodie Bags • Door Prizes • Music • Vendors U-Pick Pumpkins • Hay Rides • Maze • Kids Games! Registration 10am-Noon ($20 Day of Show) No Early Birds. SPONSORS Hunter Creek Homes | 107.1 WTDK The Duck Parcels | Fastsigns | Burke Equipment Company | Billy Warren & Son | The Insurance Market | Hastings Butcher Shop
Rifenburg Trucking | 1st State Chevrolet | Fisher Auto Parts NAPA | Clean Delaware Inc. | The Trophy Shop | R&M Performance
Join Our Cruise Nights! 1st Thursday of Each Month!
(302) 349-0555 • www.DonsTreeFarm.com
Various Dates (Call for Details) Back to the ‘50s Neon Night Tour Doo Wop Experience Building 4500 Ocean Ave., Wildwood, NJ 8260 8pm Riders can re-live the exciting 1950’s and 1960’s in the Wildwoods-By-The-Sea. See the best of the Wildwoods’ Doo Wop style landmarks while a knowledgeable guide in Fifties attire recounts the popular culture of the era. Admission fee $13 adults, $7 children 12 and under. Info: Shirley Cruz @ (609) 523-1958, firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug. 12 (Saturday) Downtown Millville Car Show Downtown Millville High & Broad Street, Millville, NJ 08332 9am-3pm Hosted by Cruisin’ Classics Auto Club. Open to all years, makes and models. Registration from 9-11am. Dash plaques, t shirts, judging, trophies, music, food, kid activities, craft vendors. Pre-register by July 15 for $15; $20 after DOS. Day of show, call 609-839-2239 or 609-839-3440. Info: Tony Sceia @ (609) 839-2239, Cruisin-Classics-Club@comcast.net
Aug. 5 (Saturday) Blessing of the Combines Show Lot at River Street, Snow Hill, MD 10am-2pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. More Information: will @: (410) 749-6787
Aug. 12 (Saturday) All Corvair Show Limestone Presbyterian Church 3201 Limestone Rd., Wilmington, DE 19808 All Corvair show hosted by First State Corvair club. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, trophies, vendors welcome. Info: Mike Slotwinki @ (302) 377-5268, email@example.com
Aug. 11-13 (Friday-Sunday) 2017 Club Race Events NJ Motorsports Park 8000 Dividing Creek Rd Thunderbolt Track, Millville, NJ 08332 Summer Thunder Performance Driving Expo call for times. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, all vehicles welcome. Info: (856) 327-8000; sjr-scca.org Aug. 12 (Saturday) BIG Saturday Car Show Rickards Auto Body 28656 DuPont Blvd., Millsboro, DE 19966 8am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: Cliff @ (302) 853-2381 Aug. 12 (Saturday) Classic Car Cruise-In Benefitting Cancer Support Community DE Prices Corner Shopping Center 3140 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington, DE 19808 10am-4pm Rain date Aug. 13. Judging, awards, best of, goodie bags. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies, charity, vendors welcome. Info: LaBarre Everette @ (302) 983-6966, firstname.lastname@example.org
www.american-powerhouse.com Aftermarket Performance Parts & Supplies for Cars and Trucks
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Aug. 13: (Sunday) Cedarville Fire Dept. Chicken BBQ & Car Show 80 Maple Ave. Cedarville, NJ 9am-5pm Info: John @ 609-381-5939 Aug. 17 (Thursday) Buffalo Wild Wings Rt. 40 1887 Pulaski Highway, Bear, DE 19701 4-8pm Contributions from coupons, for that night only, will go to the A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children, Soul Riders Auto Club “Christmas in July” fundraiser. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, all vehicles welcome, charity. Info: Tony Lewis @ (302) 998-5951, firstname.lastname@example.org Aug. 19 (Saturday) Reese Fire Company 13th Annual Car & Truck Show Carnival Grounds 1745 Baltimore Blvd, Westminster, MD 21157 9am-3pm $15 (at the Gate), prizes, awards, competitions, more. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Frank Baker @ (443) 375-1861, fobaker@ comcast.net Aug. 19 (Saturday) 2017 Open Car Show 1st State Chevy Rt. 113, Georgetown, DE 19947 8am-2pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Keith @: (302) 542-5129
EVENT LISTINGS Aug. 19 (Saturday) Wings & Wheels Expo Ocean City Airport Ocean City, MD 10am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: (410) 726-7207 Aug. 20 (Sunday) Snoqualmie Classic Auto Show Old Snoqualmie Downtown Snoqualmie railroad days is on that weekend with the auto show on Sunday. Fee, food, music, trophies, vendors welcome. Info: Gaylen Sauve @ email@example.com Last Saturdays (Aug. 26; Sept. 30) Gateway Classic Cars & Coffee
1228 Forest Pkwy #200, West Deptford, NJ 08066 9am-12pm Info: 856-599-4100 Aug. 26 (Saturday) 7th Lions Club Car Show Chesapeake City Rt. 213, Chesapeake City, MD 8am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: (800) 292-1940
Aug. 26 (Saturday) Tullytown Fire Company Car Show
Home Depot Tullytown, PA 19054 Registration $15 food, music, 9am to 2pm dash plaques to first 75 rain date 27. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: Shelene @ (267) 228-3786, Lenpribish@hotmail.com Aug. 27 (Sunday) 10th Annual Salute to our Veterans Car Cruise Veterans Memorial Home 524 NW Blvd., Vineland, NJ 08360 11am-3pm This is a free cruise for American rides only. Motorcycles are welcome and encouraged. Music, food, 50/50, give-a-ways, wheelchair races and more. Rain Date: Oct. 29. Handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, charity, vendors welcome. Info: John Thompson @ (856) 498-6440; nostalgiaknights.com Sept. 2 (Saturday) Woodbury Auto Show Broad St. (Rt. 45) 10am-4pm All vehicles welcome from 1890 to present. Dash plaques to first 250 vehicles registered. Info: Lee Weatherby @ (609) 472-9624, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Afternoon Shows At Ches-Del Restaurant Sept. 3 (Sunday) UMSA 16th Car Show USMA Washington Ln. & Stenton Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19150 10am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles and vendors welcome. Info: Paul: (215) 205-6212 Sept. 4 (Monday) Morrisville Labor Day Car Show Williamson Park Delmor Avenue, Morrisville, PA 19067 10am-2pm Family day vendors, food, music, displays, Fee for car show $15. Rain date Sept. 9, same time. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, vendors welcome. Info: Len @ (215) 510-6629, Lenpribish@hotmail.com; delawarevalleyroadrunners.com Sept. 8-9 (Friday-Saturday) 43rd Classic & St. Rod Show Boardwalk Ocean City, NJ 10am-5pm 1987 or older. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: (609) 399-4111
2120 DuPont Parkway Middletown, DE 19709 302-834-9521
EVENT SCHEDULE: August 17th • 4pm-8pm Cruise Route 40 to Buffalo Wild Wings September 24th • 11am-3pm (rain date: Oct. 1)
Salute to First State Military Women Collecting canned goods for the Food Bank of Delaware
Facebook: Soul Riders Auto Club of Delaware Inc. www.SoulRiderAutoClubOfDelaware.com • email@example.com Kenny Brinkley: 302-690-2261 • Tony Lewis: 302-998-5951
Sept. 9 (Saturday) Drive Out Hunger Downingtown East H.S. 50 Devon Dr., Exton, PA 19341 9am-2:30pm Bring nonperishables to this food drive and show. $15 registration. Fee, food, music, trophies. Info: (484) 206-5109 Saturdays (Sept. 9, 30) Museum Tour Brenford Museum & Bregmont Haven 3213 Brenford Rd, Smyrna, DE 19977 1-5pm 1 1/2 hr. walking tour. Handicap accessible, kid friendly. Info: “Capt” Artie @ (302) 653-8330 Sept. 9 (Saturday) 2017 Riverwalk Freedom Fest Downtown Milford Walnut St. & Park Ave., Milford, DE 9am-2pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Mary Jackson @ (302) 422-8112
Woodbury Auto Show The street will be closed off for display purpose
Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017
Rain Date: Sept. 9, 2017
Auto Related Vendors Welcome • Dash Plaques for first 250 vehicles Registration opens at 8:00 am and closes at 11:00 am Look for registration canopy on Broad St. near Pep Boys
Trophies awarded plus five special trophies including: Best of Show • Totally Outrageous • Mayor’s Choice
www.woodburyautoshow.com All Cars, Trucks and Cycles are welcome from 1890 to present For further information contact Woodbury Merchant & Professional Assn., Inc. • 856.848.2326 25
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Eat For Deliveries Call (Day ForIn Deliveries Call 856-447-4911 856-447-4911 (Day of of Dinner) Dinner) Information Call 609-381-5939 Or For For For Information Information Call Call 609-381-5939 609-381-5939 Take-out thTHE 5th ANNUAL “CHICKEN RUN” For DeliveriesACall 856-447-4911 (DAY OF DINNER) CLASSIC CAR CRUISE A CLASSIC CAR CRUISE AProceeds CLASSIC CAR Benefit 1941609-381-5939 Diamond TCRUISE Restoration For Information Call
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All Vehicles Welcome! Come out THE and join for Food, Music and Fun! 5thusANNUAL
From: Fire Trucks - Jeeps, “CHICKEN RUN” ALL ALLVEHICLES VEHICLES WELCOME! Corvettes - MuscleWELCOME! Cars - Hotrods A CLASSIC CAR CRUISE From Fire Trucks • Jeeps From Fire Trucks • Jeeps To Antiques Corvettes • Muscle Cars Corvettes •Welcome! Muscle Cars No Entrance Fee - No Trophies All Vehicles Hotrods • To Hotrods •Judging ToAntiques No From: Fire Trucks -Antiques Jeeps,
Corvettes - Muscle CarsYEAR - YEAR Hotrods AGAIN THIS AGAIN THIS AGAIN THIS YEAR To Antiques Non-food Vendor Available Non-food Vendor Space Available No Entrance Fee - Space No Trophies Non Food Vendor No Judging CALL 609-381-5939 FOR DETAILS! CALL 609-381-5939 FOR DETAILS!
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$1.00 ChickenDinner Dinner $1.00Discounted Discounted Chicken $1.00 Discounted Chicken Dinner for for Driver and 1 Passenger! for Driver Passenger! driver and 11passenger.
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AVAILABLE AT: Deerfield Machine Parts 1616 Hwy 77 • Deerfield, NJ 08313
EVENT LISTINGS Sept. 9 (Saturday) V&V Adventure Farm Car Show V & V Adventure Farm, 1339 Old Indian Mills Rd., Shamong, NJ 08088 11am-5pm Hayride, craft beer, wine, concert, and more. Rain date Sept. 10. Info: 609-801-2495
Sept. 16 (Saturday) Boeing Car Show Boeing Plant Rt. 95 Exit 8, Ridley Park, PA 10am-3pm Rain Date Sept. 30. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Rev. Larry @ (610) 322-1622
Sept. 9 (Saturday) DelMarVa Classic Car Show Willis GM Automall 2707 S. DuPont Blvd., Smyrna, DE 19977 8am-3pm Rain date Sept. 10. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: Bob @ (302) 227-3234
Sept. 16 (Saturday) Cars & Planes Show Air Mobility Ctr. Dover, DE 9am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: amcmuseum.org
Sept. 9 (Saturday) Faith Temple Baptist Church 536 E. Malaga Rd., Williamstown, NJ 11am-3pm Food, music, for charity. Info: Greg @ 856-343-5729 Sept. 9 (Saturday) Rainbow’s End Show Rainbow’s End Airport 814 Hawks Bridge Rd, Salem, NJ 8am-3pm Vintage bicycles and vintage motorcycles. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Jason @ (856) 491-1836 Sept. 10 (Sunday) Show: 15th Annual Car Show Curve on Rt. 49 1120 Shiloh Pike Rt. 49, Bridgeton, NJ 08302 9am-3pm Big Chinese Auction, food, arts, fee, handicap accessible, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: George @ (856) 451-3994 Sept. 10 (Sunday) Wheels & Wine Pizzadili Vineyard 1683 Peach Basket Rd, Felton, DE 8am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles and vendors welcome. Info: Chatty @ (302) 678-9897 Sept. 16 (Saturday) Gyro Fest & Car Show St. Anthonys Greek Oth. Church 430 W. Wheat Rd., Vineland, NJ 08360 12-4pm Rain Date Sept. 17. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: Jimmy “The Greek” @ (609) 335-8268
Sept. 17 (Sunday) Hagley Car Show Hagley Museum & Library 200 Hagley Rd., Wilmington, DE 19807 10am-4pm This year’s feature is Distinctively Different: Styling in the 1950s. The show features vehicle parades, motoring music, video and pedal car racing, a vintage jukebox display, and a festival food court. Rain or shine. Info: hagley.org Sept. 17 (Sunday) Blades Car Show #14 Cannon St. &5th St., Blades, DE 9am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: bvfd @: (302) 629-4896 Sept. 17 (Sunday) Alzheimer’s Benefit Car & Truck Show Frederick MVA 1601 Bowman’s Farm Road, Frederick, Maryland 21701 10am-4pm Open to all car and truck makes. Gates Open 8 am. Rain date: Oct. 1. Car registration and spectator admission are by donation to the Alzheimer’s Association. Features an auction at noon of donated items, trophies for top 30 vehicles, special awards, door prizes, dash plaques, moon bounce for kids, raffles, music, vendors, Shell gas card giveaway, more. Info: Ed Z @ (301) 514-2207, firstname.lastname@example.org
EVENT LISTINGS Sept. 21-24 (Thursday-Sunday) Fall Boardwalk Classic Car Show Boardwalk at Wildwood, NJ 10am-3pm Open to any make or model, manufactured on or before 1996 (must be 25-years-old or older). Info: 609-522-4546
Sept. 24 (Sunday) Don’s Tree Farm Fall Festival Car Show Don’s Tree Farm 6396 Hickman Road, Greenwood, DE 19950 12-4pm Presented by Smith’s Family Restaurant. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music. Info: Don Hallowell @ (302) 349-0555, email@example.com
Sept. 23 (Saturday) Condon Skelly 7th Annual Car Show Condon Skelly World Headquarters 1 Executive Drive, Moorestown, NJ 08057 10am-2pm Benefits the Travis Manion Foundation. Free food, drinks and entertainment. 200+ cars expected. Food, music, all vehicles welcome, trophies. Info: Bruce Weed @ (800) 257-9496 x6017, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept. 24 (Sunday) Ride 4 Avi Springfield Columbian Club 60 Harvard St, Summit, NJ Join us for a continental breakfast, escorted motorcycle ride, family BBQ, children’s activities and live music by Zaire. Raffles and “best in” competitions. Fees $10-$25. Registration 10-11am, BBQ 1-4pm. Rain date: Oct. 1. Info: Kristen Akian @ (908) 918-0348
Sept. 23 (Saturday) Mobtown Greaseball Dundalk American Legion, 3300 Dundalk Ave., Dundalk, Maryland 21222 11am-4pm 20th anniversary with hot rods, pin up contests and more. Info: 410-288-2297
Sept. 24 (Sunday) Protecting the Thin Blue Line Custom Car/Bike Show 2017 Aston Firehouse 2900 Dutton Mill Rd, Aston, PA 19014 10am-4pm All proceeds will benefit Aston Township Police Dept. efforts to purchase upgraded vests for their officers and canines. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Kelso @ (610) 304-1438, email@example.com
Sept. 23 (Saturday) Novick Customer Appreciation Day Novick Auto Mall 808 N. Pearl st Rt 77, Bridgeton, PA 8am-3pm Music by Roadhouse, music, prizes. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Jerry @ (856) 200-1450 Sept. 24 (Sunday) Fall Fest 33rd Annual Car & Truck Show Easton Elks Lodge 509 Dutchman’s Lane, Easton, MD 21601 All makes and models welcome. Info: ccccofeatston.org
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Sept. 24 (Sunday) 22nd Annual Memories in the Grove Car Show Veterans Memorial Home 524 NW Blvd., Vineland, NJ 08360 9:00am-2:30pm All vehicles welcome, motorcycles free. $15 DOS. Over 40 trophies, door prizes, 50/50, music, food, vendors, Chinese auction, wheelchair races and much more. Dash plaques to the first 100 registered. Help support veterans. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Mark Fox @ (609) 805-2004; nostalgiaknights.com Sept. 24 (Sunday) Antique & Classic Car Show 3500 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE 10am-4pm Judging until 3pm. Trophies at 3:30pm. Fire safety fair, open house, flea market, all cars welcome, free hot dogs and drinks, antique fire trucks, and more. Rain date Oct. 1. Info and applications: talleyvillefireco.org; Dan Kiley: 302-478-0843 Sept. 24 (Sunday) Annual Car & Bike Show & Craft Fair 7111 Maple Ave., Union Ave to Pinsetter Bar & Bowl, Pennsauken, NJ 11am-4pm Kids activities, food, DJ, vendors, awards in every class. Info: Elwood Martz @ 856-665-1000 ex 151; firstname.lastname@example.org Sept. 30 (Saturday) Rolling Badges LE MC Car Show Westville Broadway, Westville, New Jersey, NJ 9am-3pm This is in conjunction with Westville Fall Festival. Fee $20 day of event. $50 gift card drawing giving out for every 10 vehicles. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Rolling Badges LE MC @ (856) 556-0076, Rollingbadges.com Sept. 30 (Saturday) Car Show for a Cure Washington Township High School 519 Hurffville Cross Keys Rd., Sewell, NJ 08080 6th Annual Car Show for a Cure In Memory of Derek G. Schnapp. All proceeds go to the Sarcoma Foundation of America. Rain date Oct. 1. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Jim Schnapp @ (856) 366-5034, email@example.com
Oct. 1 (Sunday) 14th Annual Car Show Col. Richardson H.S. 25230 Richardson Rd., Federalsburg, MD 21632 9am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome, for charity. Info: Joe @: (443) 614-5745 Oct. 1 (Sunday) NAPA Fall Charity Car Show Hammonton NAPA 301 South White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037 10am-2pm Open to all years, makes and models. Car registration is $5, which will be donated to the local food banks in Hammonton. Music from the â€˜50s thru the â€˜70s will be playing, 50/50 cash giveaway, and more. Breakfast and lunch will be available. Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Tony Sceia @ (609) 839-2239, Cruisin-Classics-Club@comcast.net Oct. 7 (Saturday) 2017 Wings & Wheels Airport Rt. 9 East, Georgetown, DE 9am-3pm Fee, handicap accessible, food, kid friendly, music, all vehicles welcome. Info: Denny @ (302) 875-9612 Oct. 14 (Saturday) 6th Annual Columbus Day Show Main Street, Woodbine, NJ 08270 9am-3pm Rain date Oct. 15. All vehicles must have a UL approved fire extinguisher. No alcoholic beverages. Cars, antiques, auto-related dealers welcome. Info: Lisa @ 609-780-3088 Oct. 28 (Saturday) Beers & Gears 777 Delaware Park Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19804 11am-4pm First 500 cars are guaranteed a spot. Open to all years, makes and models. Trophies, food trucks, dash plaques, and more. Awards at 3:30pm. Rain date is Oct. 29. Info: 800-41-SLOTS
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CRUISING 101 Hi Gang, Well, a lot has been going on since the last issue. I want to make it perfectly clear that my thoughts printed here are my thoughts and only mine. If you agree, good, if not…good. Some general pet peeves of mine: A gentleman goes out and puts a great amount of time and effort into making a great car show, and over a span of 21 years, he achieves his goal, drawing 30,000 people and over 3,000 cars. Then a township, a community, a city or an immature person steps in and creates chaos. I must admit hot cars leave black marks on pavements, but that takes some knowledge. Meanwhile, others step in with one-day events off the beaten path only known to locals. And why is it that when an organization takes a show to a food joint, the “joint” never puts in extra help? I guess it’s better to get a tan while waiting in line or having heat stroke. These joints should take notice, because not all of the people in the car hobby are young kids. I am quite sure there are other issues at hand for sure, that I am not privilege to, but these are my thoughts on the matter, and having run shows, road rallies, and other events for over 40 years I believe I have a little knowledge. In other news, a very big event is coming up, the 2017 Boeing Show, hosted by “The Good Larry,” aka Rev. Larry Weed and his crew on Sept. 16. Also check out the Downtown Woodbury Show on Sept. 2 with some interesting trophy classes, and of course the other biggie, Downtown Millville Aug. 12. By the way, thanks to all of you who didn’t wake me up during a snooze at one of the events I attended, although it wouldn’t hurt – I’d like to meet you! See ya at the events!
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SHIFTINGGEARS By Ben Notaro • email@example.com 'wan•na•be‘wän’bē,’wôn’bē/ noun, informal, derogatory noun: wannabe; plural noun: wannabes; noun: wanna-be; plural noun: wanna-bes 1. a person who tries to be like someone else or to fit in with a particular group of people. “a car-struck wannabe” adjective: wannabe; adjective: wannabee 1. aspiring or wanting to be a specified type of person by showing off. “A reckless person who tries to impress people at a car event.” I’m starting this column with a definition that was taken from the Webster dictionary and tweaked over by a world-famous author and man of a thousand letters…me! Just kidding about that last part. But in all seriousness, there is a concern about the individual that is a wannabe. These individuals, many times, are the people in the car hobby that come out after an event and bring their rides that may not be part of the event’s accepted vehicles. Now like many events, some cars are not permitted for whatever the event promoters deem. Well, the wannabe usually waits until the show or cruise settles down and takes it upon themselves to make their presence known by causing an attention-getting maneuver such as a loud muffler rapping, revving up their engine and probably the worst thing…locking the brakes and doing a smoking burnout. The wannabe has been known to cause major headaches for shows and, in particular, cruises with their antics. Case in point: I had read several articles about the super cruise/show in Ocean City, Md. Seems the registered participants knew the importance of behaving in a town where they are guests at an event. They knew their limitations in engine revving and tire chirping. Well, like any event staged in a community where the activities are on the street, it was also a time where many wannabees started to filter in. The result, as per conversations and articles that I had gleaned, left a bad taste in many of the local residents’ mouths. Let’s face it; people who do not know our hobby sometimes tend to judge many by the actions of a few. I do not know how one can fully control the invasion of wannabees. I do know that a possible deterrent would be to triple the fines for people who want to test the traffic and safety rules to the limits. My final thoughts are rather simple. Use common sense when participating at a car gathering. Ignore the irresponsible wannabe and, if possible, use your camera to record and turn in the wannabe (or even the unruly registered participant) to the local authorities. Perhaps the irresponsible car guy/gal will “wannabe” a participant of the local judicial system and realize that some lessons need to be learned the hard way. Department of Recreation: It’s a hobby made to give you a million SMILES per gallon. Department of Communications I: Every Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. tune in to 92.1 FM to “Show and Go Garage” radio. Hosts Ben Notaro and John Quinn talk about the hobby and some events. Department of Communications II: “The Racing Line with Bill & Jeff” on 92.1 FM on Tuesday at 7 p.m. with Geoffrey Hall and Bill VonSuskil.
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