Spring-Summer 2022 - Hot Shows Ahead

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THE RIGHT CHOICE

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Cars are a family affair in more ways than one for Bryan Rash .......Page 6

A passion passed down helps keep the hobby alive......Page 8

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= Bryan Rash has had his hands in every aspect of the car hobby — from racing to running a car club to managing a performance center. And he still enjoys getting under the hood.

Sometimes, Letting Go Is the Right Choice

By Frank Adkins Photos by Joe Grace

Bryan Rash built a masterpiece, then sold it for the greatest prize of all

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o many high-performance car enthusiasts in northern Delaware, Bryan Rash needs no introduction. He has raced often at Cecil County Dragway for decades, and he has presided over two local car clubs, Blue Diamond Classic Chevys and Cruisers for Christ Christian Car Club. In addition, he managed the NuCar Chevrolet Performance Center from its beginning in 1991 until 2006, and he has owned and managed his own auto repair shop, Peak Performance Automotive in Newark since 2009. In addition to his automotive endeavors, he is a devoted husband and family man.

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Under his leadership, the Cruisers for Christ Christian Car Club hosted car shows at local churches in Delaware, but it also repaired and donated cars to families in need. “This was one of the most rewarding times in my life,” said Rash. Rash attended the Automotive Training Center in Exton from 1981 until 1983. While enrolled there, he met his wife, Heather, who was still in high school. After graduation, they traveled to Arizona together to visit her mother. “We got engaged at the Philadelphia airport,” he said. Arizona agreed with the young couple, and the decided to relocate there. “We stayed with her mom for a month. Then, within a week, we got married, found an apartment, I found a job, and she got signed up for college.” At the time, Rash was 20 and Heather was 19. “We got married on my lunch hour. Since I had just started a new job, I didn’t feel right asking for time off. “ Eventually, the couple moved back to Delaware. “I started working at NuCar Chevrolet in 1988. In 1991, the NuCar Performance Center opened, and I managed it for the next 15 years.” He also worked on the pit crew of dealership owner Dave Greytak’s blown, nitro-burning ’38 Chevy coupe. During this time, Rash always had a project or two going in his shop at home, and his work at the Performance Center kept him well connected with other local car owners, builders, and racers. One day he met with a customer who had a ’67 Chevy II project car. The two struck up a deal, and the Chevy II moved to Rash’s possession in exchange for his ’63 Corvette convertible project car. The Chevy II had a solid body, good interior, and nice paint, but it was sold without an engine or rear axle. Heather was on board with this latest build. “She grew up around cars. Her father owned Shadetree Automotive.” Located in Marshallton, Shadetree Automotive has specialized in imports for more than 40 years. Heather has also owned a few fast cars of her own, including a Torch Red ’96 Z-28 with a six-speed manual transmission. Rash built the Chevy II to his liking. He installed a 12-bolt rear axle, which eventually housed 4.56 gears. Inside, he added an eight-point roll bar and fivepoint safety harnesses for the front seat occupants. It already had a Muncie four-speed transmission. For motivation, he started with a 350 block and had its cylinders bored 0.030-inch oversize. Then he filled it with good internals including Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, LT1 powdered rods with ARP bolts, a forged steel crankshaft, and a .595/.596 lift hydraulic roller camshaft. Ultimately, the Chevy II posted quarter mile times of 11.60 seconds at 119 miles per hour. “I launched it at 5200 RPM and shifted at 7,000,” he said. “But the best thing about it was that you could jump in it at any time and take it for a ride. My wife and I drove it to both the spring and fall cruises in Ocean City, Md. for about three years. It drove well on the street.” Meanwhile, the Rashes wanted to start a family. Working through an adoption agency, they assembled a portfolio intended to provide prospective birth mothers with some insight about who they were. “For one mother, it finally came down to another couple and us. But when she looked at the pictures we had provided, she chose us.” Those pictures were of Bryan and Heather standing in front of the Chevy II, which was still under construction. “When she saw the car, she knew she wanted us to raise her son.” As the pregnancy progressed, the Rashes remained involved. “Heather went to the doctor’s appointments with the birth mother. When Ryan was born, we were there, and we brought him home from the hospital.”

Delaware’s Bryan Rash is still building cars while managing Peak Performance Automotive.

Rash added another harness to the rear seat of the Chevy II which secured Ryan’s car seat. “He loved riding in the car as long as we were moving. Whenever we stopped at a traffic light, he would cry. But when the light turned green and we started moving again, he would laugh.” Six years later, they adopted a two-year old girl named Amy. “A woman in our church had a sister who had been involved in a serious car accident and was in a coma,” he said. “She asked for help from the church members. We agreed to babysit Amy for an extended time, which eventually led to our adopting her. It took four years for the adoption to be finalized. “Adoption is expensive, especially if you work through an adoption agency,” Rash said. “The Chevy II helped us to adopt our son, but it also helped us to adopt our daughter. I sold it in order to raise the money we needed to pay for the adoption. So really, the car helped us to adopt both kids and to create our family.” Today, Ryan and Amy are 22 and 17 respectively. “Ryan enjoys sports, and he plays football and basketball,” Rash said. “Although he doesn’t enjoy getting his hands greasy, he has a need for speed, just like I do. His first car was a Murray Dip Side pedal car, which came as an unpainted, disassembled kit.” Father and son built it and had it painted by the NuCar Chevrolet body shop. “It was professionally painted to match Dave Greytak’s racecar—white with flames, and Viper Red inside. “Amy is hell on wheels, whether she’s on an ATV or anything else! She used to ride on the back of my Harley from the time she was eight years old, and she was really upset when I sold it. Nowadays she loves going to Cecil County Dragway, either with us or with her friends.” Today, the Rash family is still building cars. Currently, Bryan is building a ’64 Nova resto-mod for a customer in his shop at home, and he has a ’99 Jeep of his own waiting for his attention. In the meantime, he and Amy are building a ’95 Jeep for her. “She replaced the fuel tank, installed the lift kit, and coated the inside with liquid bed liner. She is chomping at the bit for me to turn it over to her.” Although the Rashes’ Chevy II is gone, the role it played in their family cannot be overstated. Consequently, it will long hold its place in their hearts.

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Left to right: Mike “Vair,” Mike, and patriarch John Slotwinski. Standing right behind John is his stepson Will Briddes. John’s garage holds a trove of treasures including his prized 1956 Buick Special.

GENERATIONS

A passion passed down helps keep the hobby alive By Lou Sitaras

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hen participating in a local car show, I find no greater joy than seeing different generations of the same family enjoy a day of sunshine and classic cars. Many times, it’s father and son or grandfather and grandson. Sometimes it’s father and daughter or big brother and little brother. Whatever the relation, it’s heartwarming to see the knowledge and passion of classic cars being passed down from one generation to another. In honor of Father’s Day this year, Cruising Magazine begins a three-part series acknowledging the bond with these different generations and what led them to this path in their lives. After all, it’s this younger generation who will be tasked with caring for these vehicles as time marches forward. So, with that in mind, following is our first installment of Generations.

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JOHN AND MIKE SLOTWINSKI John Slotwinski (Zoomie) is the patriarch of a classic car family and has been an enthusiast from the time he was a young boy. He’s a member of several different car clubs, including the Broken Rods and Car Show Team/ Delco Cars & Bikes. Zoomie took auto mechanics courses at Chester High School and has owned many remarkable vehicles over the years, but the one that made the biggest impression on him was his dad’s 1956 Buick Special. It was a car he loved from the moment he laid eyes on it; he dreamed of owning one himself someday. Dreams do come true and these days, Zoomie can be found at local events throughout the Delaware Valley with his beautiful and distinctive 1956 Buick Special. You will also find his stepson, Will Briddes, alongside him. Zoomie’s love of classic cars is second to none and I’m pleased to say that love is shared by his son, Mike. Mike was saddled with physical disabilities at a young age and forced to learn to drive with his left foot. It was a challenge, but one that he mastered. Then one day while in shop class, a unique car came in that didn’t have that annoying hump on the floor that made left foot driving so difficult. That car was the rear-engine Chevrolet Corvair. Mike was hooked. He had found a classic car he could drive with ease. Over the years, he’s owned many variations of this remarkable car that Ralph Nadar disliked so much. Today he owns a 1961 Corvair Lakeside station wagon and a 1962 Corvair Rampside truck and regularly attends the annual National Corvair Convention with his family. How much does Mike love Corvairs? He bestowed his son, Mike Jr., with the middle name of “Vair.” Adding to all of this is the fact that Mike (“Vair”) attends Delaware Tech and has taken shop classes from Cruising Magazine’s very own Frank Adkins. Adkins has made it a mission in his life to teach the younger generation about cars and this is a great example of his work in action. Zoomie, Mike, Mike Jr., and Will. All four men have inherited a passion for classic cars that started with Zoomie’s Dad driving home a ‘56 Buick Special. Today, Zoomie has a four-car garage that can easily hold eight cars with lifts, and it has a sitting area where friends can come for car talk. The walls are adorned with many car memories and mementos, including a few of Broderick Crawford driving his 1956 Buick Special from the TV show Highway Patrol. The legacy of this car family is sealed and will continue for many generations.

DAVE AND CADANCE KELSO Dave Kelso is a guy I compare to Steve McQueen. He’s the “King of Kool” and can often be found on a Harley Davidson motorcycle cruising the backroads of America. When he’s not on a bike, he’s behind the wheel of a 1970 mint green Dodge pickup truck — ­ usually with a motorcycle in the bed of it. Dave recently made an appearance on Cruisin’ 92.1 FM where he talked about his love of classic cars, the people behind the hobby, and his family including his daughter Cadance (Cadie). Dave is an accomplished Aston Township historian and probably best known for hosting the Sundance Saloon Car Show in Aston, Pa. He’s also hosted “Back the Blue” events in Aston and Lower Chichester. Dave’s wife Lori and his daughter Cadie are always there with him

Top: Young Cadie Kelso accepting her very first award for her dad, Dave Kelso (standing behind her). Below: Dave Kelso and Cadie today with his 1970 Dodge Camper Special.

working the registration table and helping to keep the many participants and spectators happy. From a very young age, Cadie has amassed a tremendous amount of knowledge when it comes to classic cars, the people who own them, and the events they attend. In Dave’s own words: “Cadie and I have been attending car shows together since she was born. It was important to me that she learned about camaraderie, dedication and hard work. These are all attributes that make you successful in our hobby. She’s learned those things over the years and made many long-lasting personal connections…people that still remember her sitting in her car seat in our ‘61 Dodge. I’m proud to say she’s 18 years old now, graduating with honors, and attending West Chester University in the Fall.” Men or women, boys or girls, it doesn’t matter. As Dave said, the hobby isn’t just about cars, it’s about the people who drive the cars…the people who spend money to attend events.…the people who buy parts and services. It’s about them. It’s about us. Cruising Magazine will be featuring more car families throughout the year so be sure to pick up a copy. Until then, keep on cruising — from generation to generation. 9


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with South Jersey Classics The season opener for the South Jersey Classics Cars and Coffee events started with a crowd that not only filled the business facility parking area, it spilled into the street. Cruisers came out to a cool morning that was filled with the aroma of hot coffee, fresh donuts and even Mr. Softee treats. All of this and a great spirit of cruising camaraderie -- all compliments of Shawn Wark and Ed Van Hee, proprietors of this cool classic car emporium. There were rides of all makes and persuasions and that is a sure indicator of the fun that will greet the cruisers in the 2022 season. All this fun set the pace for another “endless summer” of cruising fun. By the way, if you are looking to purchase a cruiser check out SJ Classics at www.SJClassics.com — Text and Photos by Ben Notaro

Pharoahs Car Club of South Jersey Cruise Some clubs have been in existence for many years. They have withstood the test of time and continue to devote their energies to preserving the fun of enjoying special cars. A large organization that is nation/international is the Pharoahs Car Club. One of the many chapters of the club is based in the southern New Jersey area. These members decided to have an old-fashioned cruise by spreading the word to meet and show up for a few hours of cruising fun. The cruise was held at the Pep Boys Auto center parking lot in Glassboro, N.J. The event was open to all cruisers and featured trucks, rat rods, street rods and customs. Check out the Pharoahs club site on Facebook for more club and chapter information. — Text by Ben Notaro, Photos by Robert Sliwecki

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Henri’s Motown Classic Showdown

Combine the flavor and aroma of barbecue cooking at its finest and throw in a gathering for cool cars and motorcycles and you have the perfect menu for a successful show. Henri’s Hotts Barbeque is located in Folsom, N.J., and they recently staged their inaugural Henri’s Motown Classic Showdown. The event was not just an event for fun rides and great food, it was also a tribute to Douglas Henri, Sr. Henri, Sr. was a gentleman who had a passion for barbecue, Motown music, Mopars and Cadillacs. What a great way to pay tribute to him by featuring this combination in a car show. This will now be a week-afterEaster tradition and a special place to enjoy the beginning of spring. Partial proceeds went to the Wounded Warrior organization — Text by Ben Notaro, Photos by Robert Sliwecki

SPRING KICKOFF CAR SHOW The South Jersey Mopar Connection Car Club recently welcomed spring and their 2022 event season with a car show at Chickie’s and Pete’s Sports Bar in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. There were 160 car owners who came out to have a fine meal, great seafood and a most enjoyable car show. The Mopar team does not stop at Chickie’s and Pete’s with just a car show. They have a full season of cruises ready to go for the car guys and gals to enjoy. Check out their season scheduleon social media and in Cruising Magazine. — Text by Ben Notaro, Photos by Robert Sliwecki

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Monday in Mantua Car Cruise Mondays open the work week for many and after a hard day at work, it’s good to have a place to unwind. If you live near Mantua, N.J., you just hop into your ride and head out to the Toll House Plaza for their Monday night cruises. This inaugural event saw 60 rides come to relax on a weekday opener. The nice thing with hosting a cruise at a plaza is the selection of stores — from pizzerias to retail shopping. The Mantua Car Cruise will continue on Mondays into October, with start time at 6 p.m. It’s a great way to start the week. — Text by Ben Notaro Photos by Bob Sliwecki 12


Mullica Cruise Cruisin’Hill In Winter During theRoad off season activities, cruisers usually look for Car something The Back Cruisers of Carcar Club is a chapter of the Vintage Motor Club of automotive to keep the “juices” flowing. A few cruisers got together and made America. Their philosophy is to enjoy and drive vintage vehicles. The club hasana appointment to go for a tour of a professional restoration facility. They agreed that strong sense of motoring, like it was “back in the day.” That is, preferring back roads watching a show-quality ride being constructed and being able to ask the proprietor to highways. This, along with family and friends, helps one enjoy their ride in a less questions can be a very motivating thing. hectic environment. Enter Tom Rightler whoBack is theRoad owner/operator of their Mid-Atlantic Muscle at Cars Having said this, The Cruisers stage season cruises thelocated quaint intown Bridgeton, NJ. Rightler is no stranger to restoring muscle cars and has animpressive called Mullica Hill in the heart of the southern part of New Jersey. Their cruises list of clients and accomplishments. safeout to say passion the Their Chevelle draw participants from near and farIt’stoalso come andhis show theirfor rides. first served as special inspiration. cruise of the season saw summer-like weather, which only enhanced the evening. While at his shop, one guest (Jim Solomon) presented Rightler with his watercolor artwork depicting Rightler’s reconstructed General Lee. A walk-through had guests checking out an area that had an original contemporary Shelby—Cobra frame ready Text by Ben Notaro for the body (as well as related parts) and assembly to be completed. Photos by Bob Sliwecki Visiting a shop that specializes in classic and specialty rides is a great way keep the spirit alive and get to see another side of our hobby. Check out Mid-Atlantic Muscle Cars at midatlanticmusclecar.com

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Every Tuesday through October Rita’s Ice Kent Island Cruise Rita’s Italian Ice, 210 Kent Landing, Kent Island, MD 21666 5pm- until… Weather Permitting. Come on out to Rita’s Ice on Kent Island and see what old rides show up! BOGO at Rita’s with your old ride on the lot! Every Tuesday through October Bellmawr Cruise Night Behind Auto Zone at 700 Crescent Blvd, Bellmawr NJ 08031 6pm start Hosted by the Bellmawr Cruisers. Any make or model. We are the Seinfelds of cars, we do nothing except talk and enjoy cars! Info Doug: 609-820-2290, dlewis44@comcast.net Every Wednesday through November Mr. Bill’s Weekly Cruise Night Mr. Bill’s of Winslow Township, 453 Route 73 South, Hammonton, NJ 08037 5-9:30pm Great food, custard and friends. First 15 cruise cars receive a free small custard! Cruise in for a fun time. Info: 609-878-3829

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Every Friday night All-American Muscle Cars Cruise-In Londonderry Restaurant, 47 Auction Circle, Reedsville, PA 17084 5-8pm Presented by Keystone State Muscle Cars. All makes and models welcome. Lots of awesome cars to see hosted by Tim Drake. Bring a kid to the cruise-in! Second Friday through October (June 10, July 8, Aug. 12) Grotto Pizza 2nd Friday Cruise Nights Grotto Pizza, 309 Auto Park Drive, Middletown, DE 19709 5-9pm Info: carshows4nonprofits@gmail.com Every Friday through October Street Survivors Friday Cruise Nights To the left of Burger King by Tractor Supply, Park 97 East Park Shopping Center, 7988 Crain Highway, Glen Burnie MD 21061 5:30-9pm No Entry Fee. All vehicles allowed. Plenty of parking. Music and 50/50 every week. Car show flyers and club shits and sweatshirts are available at the trailer. Food available at nearby establishments. Info Tom Pattan 443-838-0948 or Rick 443-829-5658 streetsurvivorsofmaryland.com Every Sunday through October Salisbury Pit & Pub Cruise In Salisbury Pit & Pub, 1147 S. Salisbury Blvd Units 5 & 6, Salisbury, MD 21801 11am-2pm The weekly gathering of great people and amazing cars. It’s a little later in the day so people can do their morning things and still come to a Cruise In. Pit & Pub will be featuring specials each week from their amazing menu. Everyone is welcome to stay past 2 in the afternoon and enjoy.


EVENT LISTINGS First Saturdays through October (June 4, July 2, Aug. 6) Corvette Club Monthly Car Show & Cruise Fox Run Shopping Center, Bear, DE 19701 4-8pm Street Rods, classic, antique, race, trucks and motorcycles. No entry fees. Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music. Info: Bruce Norman: (908) 342-4293 vetteclub.org First Saturdays through October (June 4, July 2, Aug. 6) Chesapeake Classic Car Club Cruise-In Westside Village Shopping Center next to Chick-Fil-A, Easton, MD 21601 5pm Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, All Vehicles Welcome. Info: info@ccccofeaston.org; ccccofeaston.org Second Wednesdays through September (June 8, July 13, Aug 10) Back Road Cruisers VMCCA Chapter Car Cruise & Get Together Lapp’s Dairy Bar & Grill, Route 40, Carney’s Point, NJ 08069 5-8pm A nice place to spend a Wednesday night. Doors Prizes and a half & half. The food is very good! Come out and enjoy and meet new friends. Handicap Accessible, All Vehicles Welcome. Info: Jim Shriver: 609-202-0437, jschevy48@ comcast.net; LaVern Warriner 856-308-5921 backroadcruisers.net 2nd & 4th Wednesdays through September Historic Smithville Car Cruises (June 8 & 22, July 13 & 27, Aug 10) Smithville Village Greene, Smithville, NJ 08205 5-8pm Cruise on down to Smithville and hang out! Drive to the side parking lot of the Village Greene and near the red covered bridge, you will see orange cones set up. Move a cone and park your car. 2nd & last Saturdays through October 8 (June 11 & 25, July 9 & 30, Aug. 13) Del Rods Cruise Nights Green Tree Shopping Center, Route 8, Dover, DE 19904 5-8pm Fee, Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, All Vehicles Welcome, Trophies. Info: Rich Selg at 302-674-5365; rsludge47@aol.com; delrodscarclub.org

Second Saturdays through October (June 11, July 9, Aug. 13) South Jersey Classics Coffee Cruise 52 Harding Highway, Newfield, NJ 08344 9am-12pm S. Jersey Classics and South Jersey AACA Second Saturdays through October (June 11, July 9, Aug. 13) Cruise Nights at Bobcat Creamery The Bobcat Creamery, 117 South Main Street, Manchester, PA 17345 4-8pm through August; 3-7pm Sept & Oct Rain date is the following Saturday. All vehicles welcome. Dash plaques, 3 trophies, 50/50, Oldies music. Third Wednesdays through September (June 15, July 20, Aug. 17) South Jersey Region AACA Cruise Nights Bobbit Auto, 595 Salem Quinton Road, Salem, NJ 08079 5-8pm Hot dogs and beverages for all drivers who bring their antique auto. Enjoy music by Ed Counsellor and see old friends. Info: Ron Scott 856-629-6085 or Martin Erdner 856-935-0537; sjraaca.com Third Thursdays through September Bourbon & Brews Cruise Nights (June 16, July 21, Aug 18) 2001 S. Delaware Street, Paulsboro, NJ 08066 5-7:30pm Live music, door prizes food and drink available to purchase. Info: Laura McKay 856-599-0752 & bourbonbrews@icloud.com Third Fridays through October (June 17, July 15, Aug. 19) Nostalgia Knights presents Cruisin’ 2022 Racks Pub & Grill, 2021 N. Blackhorse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094 5-9pm Free cruises that include trophies, music, food discounts, door prizes and more. All rides welcome. Monies raised support our Toys for Kids at St. John of God. Handicap Accessible, Kids, Music, All Vehicles welcome. Info: 609-381-3249; nostalgiaknights.com Third Saturdays through September (June 18, July 16, Aug 20) CCDV’s Cruise Nights Parking lot behind The Shops at Valley Square, 1501 Main Street, Warrington, PA 18955 5pm to dusk Presented by the Corvette Club of Delaware Valley. Open to all cars. Free to enter. Music & snacks, 50/50 drawing, trophies.

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June 18 (Saturday) 1st Annual Cruise for a Cause 231 South Route 73, Hammonton, NJ 08037 11am-10pm This fundraiser is for 3-year-old, Ellie Moon, who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on October 14, 2021. Ellie has started her chemotherapy treatments and still goes through continuous testing. This is an open event hosted by Blood by Fire MC SoCo Chapter for all those entering the Car and Motorcycle show and any spectators. $20 includes entry and food. There will be a live band, Jailbreak. There will be raffles and Chinese auction. Info: Adam Abernathy 856-217-2762

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41st Annual Chester County Mustang and Ford Car Show Rain date May 30 Kimberton Fairgrounds, 61 Firehouse Lane, Phoenixville, PA 19460 9am-4pm Awards for the top vehicles in each class. President’s Award and Kid’s Choice Award. Huge Chinese Auction. Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music. Rain or shine. Info: Robert Parsons: 215-290-3682, info@thevfmc.org thevfmc.org/springshow

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June 3-5 (Friday-Sunday) Carlisle Ford Nationals Carlisle Fairgrounds, 100 Bryn Mawr Road, Carlisle, PA 17013 Fri- Sat: 7am-6pm; Sun: 7am-12pm Presented by Meguiar’s. Kids under 12 free! Event held rain or shine. Info: 717-243-7855 CarlisleEvents.com June 5 (Sunday) Brigantine Lions Classic Car Show Brigantine Community Center, 265 42nd Street, Brigantine, NJ 08203 10am-2pm Trophies, 50/50, miniature golf, skate park, cold beverages, food by Averso’s. $15 fee goes towards seeing eye dog program. Info: Dave Kelso at 610-420-5165; carshowteam@comcast.net


EVENT LISTINGS June 5 (Sunday) 14th Annual Car Show Waldwick Railroad Station, 4 Hewson Avenue, Waldwick, NJ 07463 9:30am-3pm All makes and models, trophies in all classes. Mike Moat and the Golden Reflections and also featuring the Odell Brothers Band. Food Trucks, Beer and wine garden. Museum will be open. $15 pre-registration, $20 day of Show. Spectator adults $5, kids 12 and under free. Info: 201-477-8574 waldwickcommunityalliance.com/events June 11 (Saturday) 2nd Burning Rubber Car & Bike Show Rain Date June 12 49 S. Greenwich Street, Alloway, NJ 08001 2-6pm Presented by the Alloway Township Fire Company. Trophies, vendors, music, raffles. $10 participation fee in advance; $15 day of show. Free admission. All proceeds benefit the Alloway Township Fire Company. Info: Rachel Yaes: RachelYatesATFC@gmail. com or 215-605-4703 June 11 (Saturday) Soul Riders Auto Club’s Car Show VFW Hall #3792, 5695 Summit Bridge Road, Townsend, DE 19734 4-7pm 20th Anniversary Show! Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, Trophies. Info: 302-998-5951 or Tony @ 302-858-3672; comp1deej@yahoo.com June 11 (Saturday) 19th Annual Mount Holly Car Show Historic downtown Mount Holly, High Street, Washington Street, Mill Street, Rancocas Road, Mount Holly, NJ 08060 1-5pm Free public general admission. Local food, beer and wine. Live music. Fun activities for all ages. June 12 (Sunday) Delaware Beers & Gears Spring Car Show Rain Date June 26 Delaware Park, 777 Delaware Park Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19804 11am-4pm Open to all years makes and models. Free Admission for spectators. Fee, Handicap Accessible, Family Friendly, DJ/Music. Over 450 Trophies awarded; trophies in all categories; awards at 3:30pm. Rolling Revolution food truck fare available for purchase. Info: Scott: 302-363-2086 or 800-41-SLOTS; TRISAWevents@gmail.com delawarepark.com

June 12 (Sunday) Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation Car Show & Pow Wow Salem County Fairgrounds, 735 Harding Hwy (Route 40), Pilesgrove/Woodstown, NJ 08098 10am-3pm Registration is from 10amto 12pm. Entry and registration fee is $12.00 which includes entry to the Pow Wow. No rain date. Trophies will be presented at 3pm. All proceeds benefit the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation. In addition to the car show there will be a Native American Pow Wow with Native American dancing, drumming, food, crafts and more. Info: Harry Jackson at 856-451-2231 June 12 (Sunday) 1st Annual Summer Roundup Mustang & Muscle Car Charity Show Rain Date July 10 All American Ford of Old Bridge, 3698 US 9, Old Bridge, NJ 08857 9am-3pm Presented by All American Ford of Old Bridge and Wild Stallions Mustang & Ford Car Club. Benefits blood cancer research. $21 pre-registration; $25 at the gate. All cars, makes and models welcome. Music by Magical Gathering Entertainment. 50/50 raffle, food truck, trophies for top 50 awards including Best in Show (Bart Monty Memorial), Best Modified, Best Classic and Best Modern. Info: Roy 347-988-0184

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June 18 (Saturday) Annual Thunder on the River Columbia Car Show Foresters’ of America, 201 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512 10am-2pm Hosted by the Mad Hatters. A blast every year! The Columbia Lions Club is open to the public this day. Come take a walk down memory lane with vintage cars, great music, good friends and great food. Held rain or shine. Always the 3rd Saturday in June. Info: 717-684-5249 or 717-715-3592 June 18 (Saturday) Chariots of Fire Car Show Rain date June 25 Classic Auto Mall, 6180 Morgantown Road, Morgantown, PA 19543 10am-3pm Great variety of all vehicles. Car photos, door prizes and great food! Registration fee $15 plus 2 non-perishable food items for the food bank. 100 trophies awarded by People’s Choice balloting. 20 classes of cars, trucks and motorcycles. Info: Pastor Lawrence Weed: 610-322-1622, pastorweed@hotmail.com chariots-of-fire.org

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June 19 (Sunday) 35th Annual Father’s Day Rod Run Rain or shine Oley Fairgrounds, 477 Main Street, Oley, PA 19547 12pm Presented by Pretzel City Rod and Custom Car Show. Proceeds benefit local charities. Pre-register by June 12th to be eligible for cash drawing. Open to all show cars and trucks. Dash plaques to first 200 vehicles. Vendors, Chinese auction, games for all ages, raffles, door prizes, 50/50, DJ. Info: Rick 610-678-3948 or Fran 610-944-5515

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June 24-25 (Friday-Saturday) 34th Annual Mid-Atlantic Chevelle Show North East Community Park, v1-0211 North Main Street, North East, MD 21901 FINAL 12- 2pm Hosted by the Maryland Chevelle Club. Participant judging Saturday only. Open to all 1964- 1987 Chevelles, Malibus, Lagunas, Beaumonts, El Caminos and GMC Series. Tunes by DJ Kra-Z. Door prizes each day; awards on Saturday. Info: 609-680-6540; mcc@mdchevelleclub.com mdchevellclub.com

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June 25 (Saturday) Garden State Autorama Lacey High School, 73 Haines Street, Lanoka Harbor, NJ 08734 8am-3pm What is Jersey Shore Car Shows Autorama? It’s an ALL Automotive Expo featuring a car show, swap meet, vendor fair, product demos, and a car, truck, and motorcycle show. Open to ALL Years/Makes/Models. Let’s have a killer car party and kick off the summer season right! This is a family friendly event, so load up your car and bring out the entire family for a day of fun and excitement! Food trucks on site. The event is hosted by Sentimental Cruisers Car Club and Jersey Shore Car Shows! Info: Al Dompieri 732-344-0614 jerseyshorecarshows.com/autorama2022 June 25 (Saturday) JEEPS on the Waterfront Rain Date June 26 Promenade Waterfront, 101 Pearl Blvd East, Burlington, NJ 08016 12-5pm Food vendors, JEEP Vendors, Live Music and more. Proceeds benefit the BCPD Community Policing Programs, Registration fee: $20 up until 2 pm day of event. Top 40 trophies include all categories plus special awards for Cleanest, Dirtiest, Highest Life, Club Participation and Sound Off Competition. Event sponsored by Dodge Chrysler, JEEP Ram City Burlington. Social distancing recommended. June 26 (Sunday) 36th Annual Red, White & Blueberry Festival & Car Show Hammonton High School, Old Forks Road, Route 30, Hammonton, NJ 08037 9am-2pm Presented by Crusin’ Classics Auto Club. Open to all years, makes & models. Registration from 9-11am; fee is $15 cash at the show. Food, gift cards, awards at 1:30pm. Winners must be present to receive an award. Info: Nick 609-432-4958 July 10 (Sunday) Run With the Angels Car Show Dublin Volunteer Fire Company 194 North Main Street, Dublin, PA 18917 9am-3:30pm All Street Rods, Rat Rods, Customs, Muscle Cars, Trucks and Antiques are Welcome! 1st Prize $500; 2nd Prize $500; 3rd, 4th, & 5th Prizes $250 each. Door Prizes, Food, Vendors, and Flea Market. Info: Al Tursi at 215-893-9796 roadangelsdoylestown.com


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July 30 (Saturday) Customer Appreciation Day Car Show Rain Date July 31 302 Travel Plaza 921 Middletown-Warwick Road Middletown, DE 19709 11am-3pm Info: Carshows4nonprofits@gmail.com August 5-7 (Friday-Sunday) Carlisle Truck Nationals Carlisle Fairgrounds, 100 Bryn Mawr Road, Carlisle, PA 17013 Fri- Sat: 7am-6pm; Sun: 7am-12pm Presented by A & A Auto Stores. Kids under 12 free! Event held rain or shine. Info: 717-243-7855 CarlisleEvents.com August 6 (Saturday) 10th Annual Classic Car Cruise-In Benefiting Cancer Support Community Delaware Rain Date August 7 Saint Mark’s High School, 2501 Pike Creek Road, Wilmington, DE 19808 11 am – 2 pm Open to all makes & models. 50/50, DJ, food trucks. Info: carshows4nonprofits@gmail.com August 14 (Sunday) Soul Riders Auto Club’s Car Show—Women with Show Vehicles/Hot Rods VFW Hall #3792, 5695 Summit Bridge Road, Townsend, DE 19734 4-7pm Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, Trophies. Info: 302-998-5951 or Tony @ 302-858-3672; comp1deej@yahoo.com

August 14 (Sunday) Veterans Car Show Rain Date August 20 Rack’s Bar & Grill, 2021 North Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094 10am-2pm Presented by Hot Rod Garage. Trophies, Prizes, Giveaways, 50/50, t-shirts. Info: Dan 856-417-2669 or 856-875-9700 Hrgperformance.com August 20 (Saturday) 10th Annual Middletown Peach Festival Car Show MOT Senior Center, 300 S. Scott Street, Middletown, DE 19709 12-5 pm Due to the Parade, we will be staging the cars at the Farmers Market (701 North Broad Street Middletown DE 19709) to make it easier to enter the festival. All vehicles must be in place by 11am at the Farmers Market for staging. People who are entered in the parade can come to the staging area immediately after the parade. Rain or Shine Info: LaBarre Everette 302-983-6966; carshows4nonprofits@gmail.com August 25-27 (Friday-Sunday) Corvettes at Carlisle Carlisle Fairgrounds, 100 Bryn Mawr Road, Carlisle, PA 17013 Fri- Sat: 7am-6pm; Sun: 7am-12pm Kids under 12 free! Event held rain or shine. Info: 717-243-7855 CarlisleEvents.com

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GREATER WOODBINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 11th Annual

SHIFTIN’GEARS By Ben Notaro • red63vetnj@comcast.net

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ow about the price of gasoline? There, I’ve started my column with a topic that has an impact on our hobby. That impact can only be interpreted by each individual and their personal application of gasoline in relation to participating in the hobby. For the record, this column will NOT be about politics and the reason gasoline prices are high. It’s about how prices will affect our hobby and some of the comments I have heard on this topic. If you are reading this publication, you are most likely a car enthusiast. I would say many of you are preparing to attend your favorite cruise or show and now the prospect of filling your cruiser’s tank may be more than the year before. Many car owners have their own thoughts concerning the impact of gas prices on our hobby. Here are a few observations: 1. Some cruisers may cut back on traveling with the cost to fill-up your car now double from a year ago. 2. Some think car shows should cut their prices to help the cruisers economically. 3. Some suggest offering gasoline gift cards instead of trophies. 4. Many cruisers say they will stay local and reconsider attending longdistance events. 5. Another thought…just continue enjoying the hobby and to heck with gas prices. Like any hobby, people will make their own decisions on how much they want to spend to pursue it. The size of your engine and the gas it consumes will likely be one of your biggest deciding factors. In the end, it will be up to each cruiser to decide how much increased gas prices are going to impact their cruising decisions. Department of Energy: Request research into converting all politicians’ words into fuel.

Oct. 8, 2022 • 9am - 3pm

Route 550 in Woodbine Rain Date: Oct. 9 SHOW CARS, ANTIQUES, MUSCLE CARS, RACE CARS, MILITARY VEHICLES, ANYTHING ANTIQUE, ARE WELCOME!

SWAP MEET Cars, Antiques, Tools, Auto Related Dealers WELCOME!

VENDORS ADMITTED AT 7AM (must be in by 9am) VENDOR SPACES ARE 12’ x 12’. VENDORS MUST CALL FIRST!

Vehicle Pre-Registraion Fee is $15 by Oct. 1 $20 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:________________

Department of Transportation: Electric roller skates now under research along with electric shoes. Department of Ideas: Convert dragstrips into a giant two-lane slot car track. Well, the endless cruising Summer of ’22 is now into full swing…enjoy!

Phone #________________________Email:_________________________ Signature:___________________________ Amount Enclosed $________ Mail Application & Make Checks Payable to: GWCC, P.O. Box 792, Woodbine, NJ, 08270

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Spring Car Show 2022

SUNDAY JUNE 12 11am – 4pm Rain Date - Sunday, June 26 (Rain or Shine) OPEN TO ALL YEARS, MAKES AND MODELS

Categories Awards at 3:30pm

Modern Muscle

Rat Rods Muscles Pro Street Exotics Classics

Hot Rods Tuners Imports Trucks Jeeps

Over 450 Trophies Awarded Trophies in All Categories Large Show Area! Gates Open at 9am Rolling Revolution Food Truck fare available for purchase

Fun for Everyone!

Participant Benefits

Free for Spectators Family Friendly

First 500 receive Dash Plaques Trailer Parking available in C-Lot

DJ/Music Pet Friendly

Stage at Lower Lot Club Participation Award All Paved Parking

NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PERMITTED. FIRST

500 CARS ARE GUARANTEED A SPOT

Pre Registration Fee $10 • Cash or check accepted (DOS: cash only) Pre Register before June 5 • Day of Show Registration $15 Pre Registered Entry Lanes on Right & Day of Registration Entry Lanes on Left

Please make checks payable to: Patricia Wolynetz

FALL SHOW October 23, 2022

Mail To: Patricia Wolynetz, 429 Corato Ct., Bear, DE 19701

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SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2022 • SHOW REGISTRATION FORM

Name:

(Larger form available on our website at delawarepark.com)

Email:

Phone:

Car Make:

Car Year:

(Please Print)

Club Affiliation: Signature:

Date:

I understand that Delaware Park is not responsible for loss or injury to me, or my property, anytime during this event. I expressly release the promoters from any liability for such loss or injury. I also agree to pay for my own insurance. By signing this registration I hereby agree to these terms.

Please contact Scott at (302) 363-2086 or email: TRISAWevents@gmail.com for more information.

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