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On the Cover: One of the many eye-catching rides you will find at the annual East Coast Indoor Nationals in Timonium, Md. Photo by Ben Notaro Art Director: Matthew Loeb Advertising & Sales: Jerry duPhily Digital Services Director: Michael O’Brian Editorial & Research Team: Jerry duPhily, Larry Lazareff Contributing Writers: Frank Adkins, Brenda Burns, Aldina Burns, Larry Lazareff, Bill Nese, Ben Notaro, John Quinn, Lou Sitaras, Al Snyder, John Truman Contributing Photographers: Lindsay duPhily, Larry Lazareff, Ben Notaro, Bob Sliwecki Founder and Special Consultant: Larry Lazareff Four issues published annually (Spring, Spring-Summer, Summer-Fall, Fall-Winter) Cruising Magazine, LLC. All rights reserved. Cruising is designed and produced by TSN Media, Inc. Mailing and business address: 164 Christina Landing, Wilmington, DE 19801 Contacting Cruising Magazine: Send all written correspondences to: Cruising Magazine, c/o TSN Media, 164 Christina Landing, Wilmington, DE 19801 Phone: 302-655-6483 Email: Contact@TSNPub.com www.cruisingmagazine.net
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May 14: 1st Annual Auto & Motorcycle Show on Bridgeton Riverfront Bridgeton, NJ; 10am-2pm Info: 856-207-3070; RToddEdwards@gmail.com
March 27: 50th Annual Swap Meet & Car Corral at Salem County Fairgrounds 735 Rt. 40 (Harding Hwy.), Woodstown, NJ; 7am-3pm Info: Chuck @ 609-221-5435; sjraaca.com
May 13-14: Import & Performance Nationals Carlisle Fairgrounds, 1000 Bryn Mawr Road, Carlisle, PA; Fri & Sat: 7am- 6pm; Sun: 7am- 12pm Info: 717-243-7855; CarlisleEvents.com
March 28-29: Mid-Atlantic Indoor Nationals Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave., Oaks, PA; Sat: 9am-7pm; Sun: 9am-4pm Info: 717-307-5466 & 717-269-2625; midatlanticindoornats.com
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May 22: 48th Corvette Show Milltown American Legion, 4 JFK Drive, Milltown, NJ; 9am-3pm Info: spiritof53.net
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When Accessorizing Makes Sense POWER OPTIONS BECOME MORE APPEALING AS WE GROW OLDER By Frank Adkins
hen I was small, I looked up to my father, and I saw him as the pinnacle of strength. It seemed he could lift just about anything, and he could remove my bicycle tires from the rims with his bare fingers. I know most of us regarded our fathers in a similar manner, but as I got older, I realized my father really was stronger than most other men. When he was in his early forties, he was diagnosed with arthritis in his shoulders. Even so, his shoulder pain didn’t seem to slow him down or curb his choice of activities. He still cut and split firewood on the weekends, and he enjoyed woodworking when time allowed. It came as a shock one day less than 10 years later when were driving in my sister’s ’69 Dart with slow ratio manual steering, and I discovered he could no longer maneuver the car into a parking space by steering hand-over-hand. It is inevitable that our bodies will break down over time. Even so, we are living longer than ever, and most of us enjoy active lives for far longer than folks did in previous generations. But as we age, we have to make allowances for the issues that arise with our bodies. Commercials for special canes, braces, walk-in bath tubs, and chair lifts appear daily on televisions around the world. And, if we are to remain active in the car hobby, it is natural that our vehicles reflect the changes in our bodies as well.
More than 10 years ago, my friend Joe was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. It soon became apparent that he could no longer enjoy his ’55 Ford police car, which was equipped with manual steering and brakes and lacked air conditioning. He replaced it with a ’75 Plymouth Fury that was equipped with those accessories, and which he also transformed into a police car. Although he eventually succumbed to his heart condition, he was able to enjoy the hobby with his friends for several more years. In just the last two years, three of my car friends have had open heart surgery. Two others have had shoulder replacements, a couple have had knee replacements, a couple more have had hip replacements, and I have lost count of how many have had back surgery. Clearly, we aren’t kids anymore. When we were younger, power options weren’t all that desirable to many of us, and some of us thought nothing of removing them. I have converted at least half a dozen cars from automatic to manual transmissions. I made a habit of removing air conditioning and eliminating power brake boosters, and over the years I have replaced power steering with manual steering in nearly a dozen of my own cars. Of the ten ‘60s and ‘70s cars that my wife and I currently own, only her ’73 Road Runner has power steering, power brakes, or air conditioning. We will retain those options only because the car remains largely original and it was built with those features. Nowadays, with an aging old-car populace, the trend has reversed. Joe opted to replace his car with one that had the options he wanted, but many of us keep our cars and add the options we desire or need. One of my buddies is rebuilding the ’67 Chevelle he bought in 1969. Although it will be essentially a caged, street-legal race car, he is adding power steering, power brakes, and air conditioning. As a member of the joint replacement club, he plans to drive the car long distances regularly so he wants to be comfortable. Another friend does mostly local driving, but his deteriorating shoulders have made it necessary for him to retrofit power steering into his Road Runner. Several other friends have added air conditioning to their cars because they can’t tolerate the heat like they did when they were young. Of course, the aftermarket has made the addition of such options easy by offering complete kits consisting of high-quality components made specifically for your particular model and power plant. Air conditioning kits with modern compressors, power brake booster and master cylinder assemblies with updated rubber materials, and power steering kits complete with vastly improved latemodel steering gears, pumps, hoses and all of the related brackets and pulleys, are but a few mouse clicks away. Those of us with back issues or who have accumulated extra weight with the passing years are happy to discover comfortable seating options. In addition, many fiberglass kit cars that are based on early model cars and trucks with cramped interiors are designed with additional room in their cockpits for leg comfort and to accommodate the extra girth that many of us acquire as we age. Although genetics have dealt me quite a blow when it comes to arthritis, I
must admit that I have been in denial when it comes to my future mobility. X-rays have confirmed bone injuries and severe arthritis in my hips as well as arthritis in my shoulders and knees. Still, I prefer cars with manual steering, brakes, and transmissions. My rationale has been that I simply push through the pain and refuse to give up. Some folks call me a die-hard, and my wife says I’m just plain stubborn, but I believe in the adage, “Use it or lose it.” I still hike portions of the Appalachian Trail several times a year, I go junkyarding whenever time permits, and I still do all of the things that I have always done despite the pain. I believe this mindset is what keeps me going, and it continues to promote my good quality of life. But during a nasty fall on ice last March, I injured my right shoulder, which made it impossible to drive with a manual transmission for a while. In the months that followed, I regained some use of my arm, and eventually I was able to drive a manual again. I couldn’t shift quickly, however, and moving an old Hurst shifter across the neutral gate and through the detent for reverse required me to use both hands. I nearly regained my full range of motion, but only a small portion of my strength. I could not raise a garage door with my right arm, nor could I remove or install a wheel from a car by grabbing it at four and eight o’clock positions like I normally would. To cope with my situation, I developed work-arounds. I would jack up the car until the wheel was a couple of inches off the ground. Then, after removing the lug nuts, I would hook my toe under the tire to support its weight. I would use one hand to steady it as I dragged my heel away from the hub until the tire cleared the wheel opening. This might sound extreme, but I’m really no different from many of the guys who I worked with in the automotive field or those who work in other fields with physical demands. We hurt ourselves, then we find ways to keep working while we heal. Eventually, my condition stopped improving, so I finally sought medical attention. An MRI revealed extensive tendon and muscle damage in addition to the arthritis that had been there all along. As I write this, it has been a few weeks since my surgery to repair the damage. My arm is in a sling, and it will be for a few more weeks, but I have been cleared to drive. With my right arm incapacitated, I cannot operate a vehicle with manual steering, but I have proven that I can drive with a manual transmission provided I shift with my left hand. With any luck, my shoulder will regain most of its strength and mobility, but this experience has forced me to consider how my wife and I will enjoy our cars after we are stricken with permanent physical limitations. At the moment, her Road Runner is our only old car that I can drive easily. As an aside, I plan to replace its antiquated power steering system with a modern power steering kit for more precise handling and better road feel. Although I have no immediate plans to load up our other cars with the optional equipment that I used to remove, I can now empathize with folks who add certain power options to their vehicles so that they may enjoy them for years to come. I’m thankful for a strong aftermarket that makes these accessories so easy to source and install.
OWNING A VINTAGE POLICE CAR PROVIDES A UNIQUE THRILL By Lou Sitaras
s a youngster, nothing is more exciting than watching an emergency vehicle go by. The questions begin immediately: What happened? Is there a car accident? A fire? Is someone sick? You look around for signs of smoke as you see the regular cars and trucks pull off to the side of the road while the emergency vehicles speed on by. It’s a sight I’m certain has led youngsters to dream of becoming firemen or police officers or paramedics. As adults, not much has changed. We still look and wonder as emergency vehicles come whizzing by. Some of us even foolishly follow fire trucks to the scene of a blazing fire. We can’t help but slow down and look as we drive by a bad car accident surrounded by emergency vehicles and wonder what happened. It’s just human nature. It’s who we are. For me, even as a kid, I distinctly remember when my hometown of Eddystone Pa. would get a new police car. I was 6 years old in 1968 when the police department acquired a beautiful dark green Dodge Coronet. In 1970 they traded it in on a new Dodge Coronet with the wildest front end I’ve ever seen on any car — let alone a police car. Even today, the 1970 Dodge Coronet is considered a unique milestone vehicle. Afterwards, the Eddystone Police Dept. switched to the Plymouth Satellite and by 1974, the Plymouth Gran Fury was the vehicle of choice before I moved away.
They say it takes a Mopar to catch a Mopar and that’s exactly what happened in Catawba County, North Carolina.
My house at times looks like a community police department right out of the past with a 1977 Plymouth Gran Fury and a 1962 Chrysler Enforcer parked out front.
In 2005, the opportunity arose for me to purchase my very own retired emergency vehicle — a 1977 Plymouth Gran Fury that was originally part of the North Carolina Highway Patrol. It was a lifelong dream and bucket list item that finally came true. The car underwent a complete restoration from 2014 thru 2017 and since that time, it has started a second career showcasing the heyday of Mopar’s prime police pursuit years in Memorial Day and July 4th parades as well as local events throughout the tri-state area. For me, the greatest thrill I’ve had with my police car was Christmastime in 2020. The Aston Township Fire Company skipped their annual Santa Claus fire truck ride due to covid. My friend and former guest on 92.1 FM, Dave Kelso, asked me to lead a parade with lights and sirens going while Santa waved at the residents and children from the back of Dave’s 1970 Dodge pickup truck. At the last minute, two Aston Township police vehicles joined in the parade and residents were treated to a bit of Christmas joy during a very bleak year. In 2021, I was asked by my friend Gloria Brazell of the Upper Chichester Township Recreation Committee to escort Santa from the township building to the Chichester Winter Wonderland Holiday Display. An Upper Chichester Township police car joined us and once again, me and my passenger, Mrs. Claus, played by Renae Applebaum, brought Christmas joy to many children who were overwhelmed to see Santa come visit them. I am often asked: “What’s it like to drive a real police car?” The truth is there’s no bigger thrill in the world. In the immortal words of Elwood Blues: It’s got a cop motor, a 440-cubic-inch plant, it’s got cop tires, cop suspension, and cop shocks. Being behind the wheel means being noticed no matter where you go. Just as with any classic car, people wave, beep, honk, yell, and give a thumbs-up. They also pull out their cellphones and photograph me as I’m driving down the highway. Stopping for gas is always an adventure as people always ask me to pull in behind them with lights flashing while they take a photo of themselves being “pulled over.” There’s no such thing as a quick stop at Wawa. Conversations abound whenever the cop car comes out. Is driving a vintage police car with all its emergency equipment legal? It’s a question that’s been asked many times and there’s no easy answer. If you go strictly by the book, the answer is no. However. and that’s a big however, most officers won’t bother you if it’s the weekend and you’re on your way to a car show or parade. Many enthusiasts cover their lights and also put a “Not In Service” decal on each side of their cruiser. I’ve personally never done that since my car doesn’t have police markings or decals. I have been pulled over only once. I was in North Carolina after a classic car tour and decided to stay a few days extra. I mainly kept to the back roads because I was aware my car was not legal and besides, I was a Yankee in Confederate territory. Sure enough, one day I spotted the local sheriff behind me in a newer Dodge Charger. I can’t express to you what a worrisome sight this was. Still, I wasn’t speeding or driving erratically. Maybe it was just coincidence that he was behind me. That is, until his emergency lights came on. That was the end of the coincidence. I found a small parking lot, pulled over, and placed my hands on the steering wheel, expecting to be arrested. The sheriff, a Jackie Gleason type, slowly walked up to my car, peered in the window, and said “Boy, I wasn’t lettin’ you get outta my county without me checking out your ride.” Whew! What followed was a 15-minute conversation of him telling me why his new Dodge Charger Hemi police car was better than mine and me explaining why my 1977 Plymouth Gran Fury with the 440-cubic-inch cop motor, cop tires, cop suspension, and broken cigarette lighter was better. It was one of the most fascinating conversations I’ve ever had in my life. As I pulled away, that 440
engine and dual exhaust roared to life and the sheriff must have loved it because the next day I passed him and he blipped his emergency lights for a second at me, as if to say “Hello.” Since the time I first purchased this car, I’ve added another to my collection because they’re just so much fun to drive. In addition to the Gran Fury, I have a 1962 Chrysler Enforcer. It was the only year the California Highway Patrol (CHP) used Chryslers, because Dodge and Plymouth made the mistake of making their cars too small for CHP specifications. They realized the error, made their cars larger for 1963, and Chrysler was out as the official CHP patrol vehicle. For those interested in the vintage police car hobby, the resources are varied and there are dedicated groups to help source items such as equipment, markings, and older-style lights. Police Car Owners of America and the Emergency Vehicle Owners And Operators Association are two of the most popular. To keep up with various vintage police car activities such as parades, many of us use the site “Police Car Events — PA, DE, MD, NJ.” My good friend Dave Casey is the administrator of the site and does a terrific job of keeping us updated on different events and parades. I have to add that the vintage police car hobby doesn’t just extend to Mopar — Ford, Chevrolet, and even AMC and Oldsmobile manufactured some excellent police vehicles over the years that are treasured today by collectors. No matter the make or the model, driving a vintage police package car is a thrill unlike any other. It’s also a tremendous responsibility because you are in a sense representing a previous era in law enforcement. It means driving cautiously and courteously and being aware that you are on display. Just like that young child whose eyes lit up at seeing their first emergency vehicle, we get the excitement of reliving that moment in time over and over again. It’s a sensation that always leaves me smiling.
Santa Claus himself gives a nod of approval at the North Pole Police Department’s cruiser that was escorting him during the Upper Chichester 2021 Christmas Parade.
Carlisle Events Roars Into Spring With 2021 in the rearview mirror, the team from Carlisle Events is full speed ahead for the 2022 season. Spring Carlisle presented by eBay Motors is set for April 20-24 and will welcome nearly 100,000 guests with like-minded passions into the Cumberland Valley to buy, sell or trade all things automotive. Spring Carlisle, in most cases, is the first large gathering of its type across the country, so it becomes a destination event for gearheads and collectors. The biggest draw is the automotive flea market where thousands of vendors sell millions of pieces and parts, merchandise, and collectibles. There are even cars for sale by owner within the car corral. In addition, the midway is packed with some of the top suppliers in the industry and is flanked by the ARMO Hot Products Showcase. ARMO is the SEMA council whose mission is to preserve and promote the automotive restoration hobby. In doing so at Carlisle, the ARMO team spotlights some of the newest and/or most popular items available for your ride. Finally, Spring Carlisle welcomes Carlisle Events co-owner Bill Miller to the stage on Friday, April 22 for his second bi-annual Bill Miller Auction. For a period of time starting midmorning, Miller, with the help of the Carlisle Auctions staff, will sell off some items from his personal collection. The Bill Miller Auction is free for all on-site guests to attend and all items are sold to the highest bidder with no fees attached.
A few weeks after Spring Carlisle wraps up, the Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals (May 1314) takes center stage. IPN is one of the most unique events in the country, as it spotlights over 2,000 cars from around the world. From popular American Muscle to obscure Asian and European imports, guests are guaranteed to see something they have never seen before. Along with the rare and unique, there are a few special displays and activities planned. Cruise to Carlisle in mid-May for a 30-year tribute to the Subaru Impreza and a feature of Germany’s most popular ride; the BMW. There are also many car clubs who gather, making Carlisle their singular meet-up spot for judged or nonjudged car show fun. Just after Memorial Day, THE Ford show of shows happens; the Carlisle Ford Nationals presented by Meguiars (June 3-5). This event hosts Ford lovers from across the country and more than 3,000 vehicles on the National Parts Depot Showfield. While there is no shortage of cars and people, another element of the fun is the staff from Ford HQ. Top level team members roll in from Michigan to host new product showcases, walk arounds and unveilings. In fact, with some new vehicle car shows canceled in and around the mid-Atlantic region, it’s reasonable to expect that many consumers will see for the first time at Carlisle, the newest and hottest rides and products coming onto the market. This may include EV components and vehicles, the latest Bronco and more.
Meet the (Car) Family So many times when we think of the car hobby we tend to think about the cars and not the owners. Well, the hallmark of our hobby is the people who make cruising and attending events fun. Their friendly smiles and good-hearted ribbing make participating at functions special. While at a few events, I decided to photograph “family” photos of some of the participants….you know…cruising family. I’m sure many will agree, our hobby is about people with cars not just cars with people. — Text and Photos by Ben Notaro
Millville Car Show
The City of Millville, NJ celebrated a long standing car event with their 30th annual car show. This show was one that the Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce felt that the best way to share in a fun day was with a free car gathering. This was a fun day with plenty of paint and chrome, food and fun the youngsters. The car show was organized by the South Jersey Noisemakers Car Club. The SJ Noisemakers are no strangers to hosting car events and had a well organized show that went smoothly. They had plenty of trophies on hand to make many of the car owners go home with a special award. Music by Cruisin’ 92.1 FM radio personality Chris Randazzo and TV coverage by Quinn Broadcasting Company made sure that everyone got the word to share in this community event. — Text and photos by Ben Notaro
EAST COAST INDOOR NATIONALS Many of those who are young or young at heart look forward to December for the special events that time of the year brings. Well, December also brings another event the young and young at heart car enthusiasts look forward to -the East Coast Indoor Nationals. This all-indoor car show is held in the fairgrounds building at Timonium, Md. More than 300 selected rides and 50 vendors regularly participate in the show. Also on hand are members of the U.S. Marine Corps to accept toys for their Toys for Tots program. The fun factor that makes this a special car outing is you get to enjoy all of this and much more in the comfort of a heated building in December. Hats off to promoter Andy Goodman and his team for bringing some great car fun inside for everyone to enjoy. — Text and Photos by Ben Notaro
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Mopar or No Car When one gets into conversations with car owners, they’ll find there is a group that is very loyal to Chrysler and often all things Chrysler. They relish the power and the uniqueness of the brand and that loyalty helped add a word to the English language. MOPAR (Mo Par) verb or even a noun. 1. A ride made by the Chrysler Corporation. 2. A very fast ride. 3. A very cool marquee. 4. A brand moniker for people who feel that there is no other car. My MOPAR has a hemi and eats all other cars for breakfast.* To my fellow cruisers I dedicate this article to you and your dedication to MOPAR. *Notaro’s Dictionary of Car Terms — Text and Photos by Ben Notaro 12
Cruisin’ In Winter During the off season of car activities, cruisers usually look for something automotive to keep the “juices” flowing. A few cruisers got together and made an appointment to go for a tour of a professional restoration facility. They agreed that watching a show-quality ride being constructed and being able to ask the proprietor questions can be a very motivating thing. Enter Tom Rightler who is the owner/operator of Mid-Atlantic Muscle Cars located in Bridgeton, NJ. Rightler is no stranger to restoring muscle cars and has animpressive list of clients and accomplishments. It’s also safe to say his passion for the Chevelle served as special inspiration. 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 for the body (as well as related parts) and assembly to be completed. 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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South Jersey Camaro Car Club The South Jersey Camaro Club was founded in 2011, and in 2017 became a non-profit entity known as The South Jersey Camaro Car Club. The organization boasts 72 members at present, hailing from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Despite the name, the club welcomes all F-bodys from any year, plus car enthusiasts. The club’s oldest car is RJ Cilurso’s 1967 Camaro RS with the two newest being Linda Murphy’s 2019 Summit White SS2 and Monte Harris’ 2018 Red Hot ZL1. The club hosts shows throughout the year and has an active membership that meets monthly. The club boasts a family vibe and members often meet up for cruises, picnics, holiday parties, special events, car shows and tech nights. Visit SouthJerseyCamaro.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org — Text & Photos by Linda Murphy
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Cruising Magazine makes every effort to ensure all listings are correct. However, event listings are subject to change. Please call ahead to avoid a wasted trip. ► Every Monday year-round starting April 4 Mighty Joe’s Cruise Nights Mighty Joe’s Gas Grill & Deli, 1231 Route 206, Shamong, NJ 08088 Lineup between 4-4:30pm Every Monday night yearly. Good food, good friends, cool cars. Info: 609-268-0303 Every Tuesday through October starting April 5 Millsboro Dairy Queen Cruz-N Dairy Queen Grill & Chill, 129 Main St, Millsboro, DE 19966 6-9pm Info: Rusty 302-934-7377
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Every Tuesday through October starting April 5 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 starting April 5 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, email@example.com Every Wednesday through November starting April 6 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
Every Friday night starting April 8 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! Every Friday through October starting May 13 Grotto Pizza 2nd Friday Cruise Nights Grotto Pizza, 309 Auto Park Drive, Middletown, DE 19709 5-9pm Info: firstname.lastname@example.org Every Friday through October starting April 22 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 starting March 20 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 (May 7, June 4, July 2) 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 (May 7, June 4, July 2) 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: email@example.com; ccccofeaston.org 2nd & 4th Fridays through September starting April 13 Backroad Cruisers Classic Car Get Togethers Mullica Hill Plaza, Rt. 77, Mullica Hill, NJ 5-8pm All vehicles welcome. Info: Lavern 856-308-5921; John 856-308-5921 backroadcruisers.net 2nd & 4th Wednesdays through September Historic Smithville Car Cruises 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 (April 30, May 14 & 28, June 9 & 25) 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; firstname.lastname@example.org; delrodscarclub.org
Second Saturdays through October (April 9, May 14, June 11) South Jersey Classics Coffee Cruise 52 Harding Highway, Newfield, NJ 08344 9am-12pm S. Jersey Classics and South Jersey AACA Second Saturdays through October (April 9, May 14, June 11) 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 (April 20, May 18, June 15) 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 Fridays through October (April 22, May 20, June 15) 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
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EVENT LISTINGS Third Sundays through October (April 24, May 15, June 19) Nostalgia Knights present Great American Free Car Cruise House of Brews American Grill, 3501 NJ-42 #510 (Cross Keys Commons), Turnersville, NJ 08012 12-3pm Located in the Walmart Plaza on the Old Black Horse Pike across from the Turnersville Auto Mall. All rides welcome to these FREE cruises, offering 15% discounts on food, DJ music, 50/50, trophies, door prizes and more. Monies raised support our Toys for Kids at St. John of God. Handicap Accessible. nostalgiaknights.com Third Tuesdays through September (April 19, May 17, June 21, July 19) Delaware Valley Road Runners Car Club Cruise Night Falls Township Community Park, 9125 Mill Creek Road, Levittown, PA 19054 5:30-8:30pm Rain date is the following Tuesday. Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, All Vehicles. Info: Len: 215-510-6629; email@example.com delawarevalleyroadrunners.com
June 11 (Saturday) Annual Cruise Down Memory Lane 603 E. Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360 5-9pm Stroll The Avenue, enjoy the show, visit the merchants! Open to all domestic vehicles 1974 and older. Free admission. More Info: Marvin Askins: 856-697-6306
Cruising Magazine makes every effort to ensure all listings are correct. However, event listings are subject to change. Please call ahead to avoid a wasted trip. Check www.CruisingMagazine.net for rainout updates. ► March 27 (Sunday) Rain or shine 50th Annual Swap Meet & Car Corral Salem County Fairgrounds, 735 Harding HWY., Woodstown, NJ 08302 8am-3pm Automotive related items only. Rain or shine. Handicap Accessible, Food, Over 350 Vendors! Day-of registration available. Info: Chuck Gibson: 609-221-5435; firstname.lastname@example.org sjraaca.com March 26 & 27 (Saturday & Sunday) Mid-Atlantic Indoor Nationals Car, Truck & Bike Show Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave., Oaks, PA 19456 Sat 9am-8pm; Sun 9am-4pm Fee, Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids 10 & under free, Music, All Vehicles Welcome, Trophies, Vendors Welcome More Information: Info: 717-269-2625 midatlanticindoornats.com; motoramaproductions.com
May 6 (Friday) Cattail Meadows Cruise Rain Date May 13 625 Swedesboro Road, Gibbstown, NJ 08027 5pm start Hosted by the original Garden State Corvette Club. Open to all cars. Music by Big Al’s Music Warehouse. Food from Uncle Pigs Bar-B-Que Pit. Jeannette’s Italian Water Ice. Best of cruise trophy and 4 other classes. Info: Harry at 609-519-4289; email@example.com
April 2 (Saturday) 11th Annual Steakouts Car Show 85 Harding Highway, Elmer, NJ 08318 1pm Registration starts at 10:30am; show starts at 1pm. Pre-registration fee: $10; Day-of fee: $15. First 50 cars get a commemorative dash plate. April 3 (Sunday) 24th Annual Metro Petro Show 8am-1pm Elks Lodge, 15 Perrin Ave, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442 Featuring Automobilia, petroliana, vintage advertising, license plates, old toys; hot rod, racing and motorcycle memorabilia; garage art; rec room décor; man cave items; and more fun stuff! Indoor and outdoor vendors. Free parking, free admission. All welcome. Easy to access from I-287 Exit 57. Info: Ed at201-493-7172 metropetro.weebly.com
EVENT LISTINGS April 3 (Sunday) 8th Annual St. Baldrick’s Cars for a Cure Benefit & Car Show Rain date April 16 2021 N. Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094 Car Show: 10am-2pm; Benefit inside: 10am-4pm Hosted by Hotrods Garage. Breakfast specials, 50/50, ticket auction, t-shirts and trophies. Registration from 9-11am- $20. ALL proceeds go to the St. Baldrick’s Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Info: 856-417-2669, hrgperformance.com April 3 (Sunday) 24th Annual Metro Vintage Advertising Collectors Show Pompton Lakes Elks Lodge #1895, 1 Perrin Ave, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442 8am-1 pm Indoor/outdoor vendors featuring Petroliana, Automobilia, Advertising, Old Toys, Country Store Antiques, Ephemera, Garage Art, Man Cave items, TV/Movie/Music memorabilia, Collectibles from Drive- Ins/Diners/Amusement Parks/Taverns/Barber Shops, etc., Rec Room decor, Motorcycle/ Racing/Hot Rod items, license plates, breweriana, collector supplies and lots more nostalgic fun stuff. Free parking and free admission. Donations accepted to benefit ECCR Home for handicapped children. Support the Elks- Kitchen open serving breakfast, lunch, homemade baked goods & beverages. metropetro.weebly.com
April 9 (Saturday) Del Rods Spring Kick-Off Show Greentree Plaza, Route 8, Dover, DE 19904 10am-2pm Registration closes at noon. Sponsored by Hardees. Delrodscarclub.org April 9 (Saturday) Morrisville Senior Servicenter Car Show Rain date April 10 31 E. Cleveland Ave., Morrisville, PA 19067 9am-2pm Presented by the Bucks County Stangs. $20 to show; free for spectators. Music, 50/50, 100% of all money collected will be donated to the center. Top 20 trophies will be awarded. April 10 (Sunday) 26th Annual Harrisburg National Spring Swap Meet & Bike Show Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, 2300 Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110 9am-5pm Jam-On Productions National Swap Mett antique & custom motorcycle show. The largest indoor Swap Meet with 70,000 square feet packed to the gills with parts. No-reserve parts auction at 2 pm. Unsold items will be sledgehammered. $300 cash door prize at 4 pm- must be present to win. Classes for all motorcycles. Set up on Ssaturday from 2-9pm and Sunday 5-9am. Indo: 240-367-7509 motorcycleswapmeets.com
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April 9 (Saturday) Cruise for a Cure Scleroderma Car Show Nifty Fifty’s, 4670 Route 42, Blackwood, NJ 08012 10am-1pm All makes and models welcome for the car show. The event is free to the public and all are welcome. Plenty of great music, raffle baskets and 50/50 on the paved lot of Nifty Fifty’s. Prizes and trophies awarded to the top 30 cars judges. Registration from 8-10am in person on April 9. Info: Dan at Hot Hod Garage 856-417-2669 or Kathy Griffin at 609-519-1770
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EVENT LISTINGS April 23 (Saturday) Sentimental Cruises & Barnegat Recreation Car & Truck Show 2022 Rain Date April 24 9am-2pm Brackman Middle School, 600 Barnegat Blvd North, Barnegat, NJ 08005 Dash plaques, music, food, trophies for Top 25, Best Car, Bet Truck, Mayor’s, Sponsor, People’s Choice. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; 609971-6351 April 23 (Saturday) 2022 Spring Kick-Off Car Show Rain Date April 24 Chickie & Pete’s, English Creek Shopping Center, 6055 E. Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 10am-3pm Sponsored by the South Jersey Mopar Connection. Open to all makes and models of cars and trucks. Registration from 9-11am. Day of show registration fee: $20. DJ, trophies at 2:30 pm, dash plaques to first 100 cars, discount food coupons, door prizes. Info: 609-226-3814 April 23 (Saturday) Car Show for Vineland Veterans Home Chestnut Branch Park, 545 Main Street, Sewell, NJ 08080 10am-2:30pm Sponsored by VFW District 13. $20 registration from 9-10am. Trophy presentation at 3 pm- most unique, Best in Show, Best Stock, Best Modified, Best Paint, Best Classic, District Commander’s Choice, Mayor’s Choice. Chance auction & 50/50. Info: Tony 856-371-9047 or Tom803-309-8531 April 24 (Sunday) Ladies of Motorsports Magazine All-Inclusive Show Rack’s Bar & Grill, 2021 North Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094 11am-3pm Fundraiser for Emotional Abuse Awareness. Any style car, truck or motorcycle welcome. $20 per vehicle. Vendor spots available. Info: ladiesofmotorsportsmagazine@gmail. com or text 717-701-9923 April 24 (Sunday) 11th Annual Car Show King of Prussia Mall, 160 N. Gulph Road near True Foods, King of Prussia, PA 19406 10am-3pm Presented by the Upper Merion Police Association. First 100 pre-registered cars receive professional photo of their car. umpoliceassociation.org/carshow
April 29- May 1 (Friday- Sunday) 40th Spring Englishtown Swap Meet Raceway Park, 230 Pension Road, Englishtown, NJ 07726 Fri & Sat until 6 pm; Sun until 4pm Hundreds of cars, vendors and car parts. Adults $12; kids under 12 free. Free parking, no pets. Top ten trophies each day. Dash plaques to first 100 each day. Info: Paul at 732-446-5154; Racewaypark.com April 30 (Saturday) 14th Annual Classic Car Show Rain Date May 1 Olde Stone House Village, 208 Egg Harbor Rd. Sewell, NJ 08080 10am-2pm 13 classes of trophies, including Chairman’s Choice, Best in Show and Best Club Participation. Music, food, basket auction, historic house tours. Dash plaques to first 100 registered cars. Free to spectators. Registration from 8:30-10am at the railroad station. Registration fee for vehicles- $15 before April 15th, $20 day of show. Info: 856-981-3096; OldeStoneHouseHistoricVillage.org April 30 (Saturday) VFW Spring Car Show Rain date May 1 VFW Post 6027, 815 Turkey Point Road, North East, MD 21901 10am-3pm Cost: $13 pre-registration by April 23rd;$15 day of show. 11 classes of vehicles, 22 Trophies plus 1 Best of Show, Truck Class and also VFW Post 6027 Commander’s Choice Award. Voting is 50% registered vehicles and 50% spectators. All vehicles welcome. Info: Bruce Edwards at 410-642-2847, 443-206-1588 (cell); Bruceqmstr@aol.com April 30 & May 1 (Saturday & Sunday) Del Rods Car Show at Dover International Speedway Dover International Speedway, Leipsic Road, Dover, DE 19904 Sat: 9am-1:30pm; Sun: 8am-3pm Hosted by the Del Rods Car Club of Dover, DE. Pre-registered cars only. Registration includes 2 tickets to that days race. Info: Rich Selg 302-674-5365 and rsludge47@ aol.com; delrodscarclub.org May 1 (Sunday) 69th Annual Collectible Car Show Lakeview Elementary School, 44 Cooper Road, Denville, NJ 07834 9am-4pm Collectible Car Show with a Swap Meet and Vendors. Vehicles 25 years or older will be judged. People’s choice awards for Modified Vehicles thru 1997 and Classics 1998 or newer. Info: Vince DeLisi: 908-803-1570
EVENT LISTINGS May 7 (Sunday) Annual Spring Fling Show Western Tire & Auto, 1406 Main Street, Stevensville, MD 21666 9am-2pm Open to all vehicles. Everyone is welcome. Top awards by year/class. $15 registration fee. $2 toll rebate for western shore folks! Cash door prizes at trophy time. Must be present to win! Charity lunch benefit, store specials, 50/50. Info: 410-643-5572; kentislandcruisers.com May 7 (Saturday) Annual Galloway Classic Car Show Raid Date May 8 Galloway Township Municipal Complex, 300 E. Jim Leeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205 10am-3pm Trophies, plaques to the first 50 participants, free admission to the public. All classic car owners invited to participate. On-site registration $5 donation. The museum is celebrating its 9th anniversary on May 7th and will be open from 10am-3pm. Info: Jim Thompson 609-338-7574 May 13- 14 (Friday- Sunday) Carlisle Import & Performance Nationals 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 May 14 (Saturday) Rain date May 21 Chariots of Fire Car Show Classic Auto Mall, 6180 Morgantown Road, Morgantown, PA 19543 10am-3pm Great variety of all vehicles. Car photos, door prizes and great food! Info: Pastor Lawrence Weed: 610-322-1622, email@example.com chariots-of-fire.org
May 14 (Saturday) 1st Annual Life Worth Living Auto & Motorcycle Show on Bridgeton Riverfront Rain date May 15 Bridgeton, NJ 08302 10am-2pm Over 75 trophies to be awarded- Bet in Show, Most Original, Best Paint Job, People’s Choice, Kid’s Choice- 21 Years and Under, Sponsor’s Choice, Most Club Attendees, Under Construction and many more! Categories include Jeeps, trucks, imports classic, America, Harley Davidson race bikes, cruisers, baggers. Info: R. Todd Edwards; firstname.lastname@example.org & 856-207-3070
May 14 (Saturday) 5th Annual Car Show Rain date May 15 Keystone Automotive, 39 Phoenix Drive, West Deptford, NJ 08086 10am-3pm Top 50 judged show. Cost; $20 per vehicle. All makes and models- domestic and foreign cars. 50/50, basket auction, free giveaways to all registered vehicle. Food and drink available. Benefits local animal shelters and children in need. Judged by the South Jersey Camaro Car Club. Info: Linda: 609-206-9765 May 15 (Sunday) Rack’s Woman-Owned Car Show Rain date May 21 Rack’s Bar & Grill, 2021 North Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094 10am-2pm Host: Hot Rod Garage. Info: Dan 856-417-2669 Rackspubandgrill.com
May 15 (Sunday) Soul Riders Auto Club’s Car Show VFW Hall #3792, 5695 Summit Bridge Road, Townsend, DE 19734 11am-3pm Collecting new men’s and women’s socks and underwear for the homeless. Handicap Accessible, Food, Kids, Music, Trophies. Info: 302-998-5951 or 302-858-3672; email@example.com May 15 (Sunday) 25th Annual Ambler Auto Show Butler Avenue, Ambler, PA 19002 1-6pm Registration opens at 11am. Awards at 5pm. Over 200 of the finest examples of autos and trucks from both yesteryear and today will be on display. Visitors can stroll Butler Avenue, go to the restaurants and shops or grab a bite from one of the local food vendors. Benefits Ambler Main Street. May 15 (Sunday) First State Mustang & Ford Club Show Rain Date May 22 Porter Ford, 600 Ogletown Road Newark, DE 19711 10am-3pm Registration starts at 9:30 am. All cars must be Ford family and Ford powered. Charity auction, 50/50 raffle, trophies, dash plaques, food and live DJ. Pre-register at firststatemustangandford.com. Info: George Long 302-218-2703; firstname.lastname@example.org May 21 (Saturday) Car Show and Walk for Special Needs Salem County Vo-Tech School District, 880 Route 45, Woodstown, NJ 08098 9am-1pm $10 registration fee for vehicles; $20 fee for the walk (includes t-shirt). Music by 92.1FM, food trucks, craft vendors. Info: Frank Maurer 856-769-0101 x5124; email@example.com
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i Gang: Well, once again, we’re at the beginning of a cruising season. It may even be with groups of people under tents at events without a mask — eating and socializing like we used to do. But we will have to wait and see. Or should I say hope? Looking forward to some local events: Mr. Bill’s weekly on Wednesday nights at Hammonton, N.J.; Mighty Joe’s Cruise Nights on Mondays at Shamong, N.J); Nifty 50’s every third Wednesday at Turnersville, N.J.; Lapp’s Dairy Bar every second Wednesday at Carney’s Point, N.J.. And, of course, The Cruise Down Memory Lane at Vineland, N.J. on June 11th. A few tips for those lucky people in charge of an event: 1. Listen to any comment — good or bad 2. Have cool water available 3. Handicap parking would be nice, plus enough parking without needing a shuttle 4. Provide a day-of-event phone number for those without GPS and those needing last-minute information. It’s unfortunate Cruising Magazine was not able to host our annual Interclub Meeting this year. But it just wasn’t feasible due to COVID. That said, please get your event information to us ASAP. You can submit it online at CruisingMagazine.net. I’m looking forward to the return of many older events sidelined last year. Events that were held had a lower attendance, but hopefully that will improve this year. Time will tell. If questions arise, give me a call or a text. I don’t know that Deb or I can help, but we will try. See you at the events,
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any of us who grew up in the days before television expanded into cable networks were mostly limited to three channels. That meant each network had certain shows that came on each week and each had its own “cult” following. A major genre of those early days of television was the detective show. Each private eye was a distinctive personality and often was associated with a special automobile. As a matter of fact, some of our fellow cruisers have gone to great lengths to keep these special rides alive today with tribute cars of the TV stars. So, yours truly decided to do some detective work of my own and research some of the cars that became as important to the TV shows as the stars themselves. Here is a list of some of the cars I remember as the one-off rides of television detectives:
• The Rockford Files
Car of choice: Pontiac Firebird Formula 400. James Garner was a cool Jim Rockford
• Columbo Car of choice: 1959 Peugeot 403 Cabriolet. Peter Falk played the ramshackle Lt. Columbo
• Starsky and Hutch
Car of choice: 1976 Ford Gran Torino. David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser were two casual cops. David Starsky and Kenneth “Hutch” Hutchinson seen in a red ride with a big white stripe.
• Magnum P.I.
Car of choice: 1984 Ferrari 308 GTS. Tom Selleck was a cool private eye named Thomas Magnum solving cases in Hawaii.
• Miami Vice
Car of choice: 1986 Ferrari Testarossa. Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas (aka Crockett and Tubbs) solved crimes in Miami in a very Miami-type ride.
• Hawaii 5-O
Car of choice: 1964-68 Mercury Marauder. Jack Lord is a no nonsense Steve McGarrett and drove a no nonsense Merc….”Book him Danno”
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There were many more TV cop shows where cars have been featured as well as held an identifying role. As they would say on Adam-12…..signing out.
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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
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!
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
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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
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