OCTOBER • 2013
IN THIS ISSUE:
VOLUME 1 • ISSUE 3
RAT RODS NOSTALGIA TRIBUTE: THE CHEVROLET CORVAIR CAR SHOW REPORTS
A Classic Celebrates A Classic
The Daytona Turkey Run and American Graffiti Celebrate 40 Years
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Welcome everyone, and thank you for taking the time to flip through our pages of Rods & Classics USA. This is our third edition. Slowly but surely we are twisting and turning our magazine as we grow it to maturity. This project is exciting as well as challenging. The world of automobiles seems endless and we continue to struggle to stay in focus as we test and probe different ideas. We are constantly exploring what our reader wants us to print. We are certain that the world of Classic Cars lends itself to a safe and clean family environment. We know that classic cars lead a community by itself and accepts everyone, even if you do not own a classic car. It is America at its best, because it creates memories. For the classic car community we have gratitude for it has welcomed us as it welcomes any visitor to a car show. We also have special appreciation for those that sacrifice time to organize the shows. Without them our list of friends would be definitely a lot smaller. We invite everyone to send us emails, pictures, comments or a friendly hello. We invite you to read our magazine and to take home a little bit of the wonderful car shows throughout South Florida. Thank you for having us in your hands!
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Salute Our Freedom Independence Day Tower Shops Cruise In Kustom Wheels Car Show Family Saturday Headers Edition’s Dream Car: The Rat Rods Nostalgia Tribute: The Chevy Corvair Upcoming Car Shows in Florida Professional Services Classifieds
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**Article by Carlos Cevallos July 4th the Birthday of our country, Rods & Classics USA magazine ventured out to the great state of Pennsylvania in the city of King of Prussia to enjoy gambling, dining and fine cars.
Full House Motor Sports was kind enough to invite us to there 1st Annual Salute our Freedom Car Show at the Valley Forge Casino with more than 175 cars to admire of all makes and models. It turned out to be a wonderful sunny day allowing the visitors to venture in and out of the casino, all with smiles regardless of lady luck.
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**Article by Michael Lepurage In 1992 Michael Lepurage (President of Florida Street Rods) needed a place to hang out with all his classic car friends. He thought there would be no better way then to start a cruise-in. It started with a small group of people and grew fast. Sid Morra (VP of Florida Street Rods) joined in to help and hosted the show together at The Tower Shops in Davie for several years. The show is held every Friday from 6pm to 10pm. Mike and Sid made the show a family friendly car show open to all makes and models in any condition. There is never any judging at the show, so its just about hanging out with good friends and having a relaxing night after the hard work week. We have Scott “The Music Man” as our DJ playing all your favorite tunes throughout the evening. There are vendors selling auto related items and nostalgic items as well. In 2005 Michael Lepurage passed away at the early age of 58. Since then we have had the show in his memory. His oldest son Michael has taken over position as president and continues to host the show his brother John. Sid remained V.P. and his son Paul has joined in and hosts the show as well. Florida Street Rods would like to thank all the people and classic car enthusiasts who have supported the show for the past 22 years, with the continued support we are happy to bring you the largest weekly cruise-in in South Florida. ¶
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What does it take to do a car show? You have to have patience, discipline and organization. What make a car show a success? Car shows are family environment friendly. Good music, good food, and lots of cars. And very important location, location. You mentioned patience, discipline and organization. What do you mean? You have to keep the shows clean and true. If the show is for certain types of cars, you need to be able to follow the guidelines. You need to deal with the public and have them follow the rules. Can you tell us a “most memorable moment” you have of your car shows? In 1997 when doing Fuddruckers, Pat Riley came to the show in his Ford 1930’s Hot Rod. I let him park right in front of the DJ, he stayed for about three hours. He wanted to just hang out with the guys, no photographs or signatures that day. Currently Gerardo Perez promotes car shows in Dade County. You can find him at www.SouthDadeCarShow.com ¶
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**Article by George Fernandez The Rat Rod, not your Traditional Hot Rod A Rat Rods is an over exaggerated and outrages hot rod style vehicle. The term “Rat Rod” is not exactly known where it came from. You may remember the old Rat Fink cartoons and stickers of the sixties. This was a rat looking creature with its mouth wide open driving a blown out hot rod. Could this been the start of the term? In a recent My Classic Car episode a Rat Rod was featured. The owner mentioned that after World War II, the soldiers returning home began building their own style of hot rods. The cars were rough and looked incomplete. At first they were known as jalopies and beaters. These cars were used to carry surf boards to the beach, go out on dates, or just go to work and back. These jalopies and beaters continued to be created and developed throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. New ideas and innovations began to flourish. It was all up to the builder’s imagination. Some say, the Rat Rod was created by radical hot rodders. These guys used what ever parts were available. They mixed and matched parts from
different type of cars. In a way, the Rat Rod is a throw back to the early years of the Hot Rod. Limited only to the owners skills and abilities. These cars created a sub culture of followers. Remember the “Greasers” or the Fonz on the TV show Happy Days? How about Rebel without a Cause, staring Marlon Brando? That was then! Today, the Rat Rods are on a class of their own. They still are radical and fun to see. Certainly not your traditional Hot Rod. The Rat Rod builders take pride in what they create. Some of the cars are amazingly built. Yes, these are Rebel Hot Rods to say the least. So, how do you build a Rat Rod? Here are the rules: • Body: A late 1920s through 1950s coup or roadster will do. • You need a chassis: An old car or light truck chassis works well. • Paint: What paint! Primer or any matte or flat color works good or just a good clear coat over the raw metal. • Interior: Bomber seats, Mexican blankets upholstery, or what ever is comfortable and radical. • Power Plant: What ever works for you. Usually a ford flat head V8, small block chevy, a Straight 6, V6, or even a 4 banger is acceptable. What the heck! Put a diesel in!! And a loud exhaust please! • Suspension: Low and mean looking! • Shock Value: Skulls, spider webs. or hand out of the trunk. Other accessories are only limited by the owners imagination. Stay away from Chrome! Next time you go to the car show and come across one of these creations don’t look shock or confused. It was built like that on purpose! ¶
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Nostalgia The Chevy Corvair
**Article by: George Fernandez Unsafe At Any Speed? Ralph Nader, the infamous consumer advocate has been long given the credit for the demise of the Corvair. But was he right? Was it unsafe? Or what was it? The Chevrolet Corvair was a very unconventional car at the time. It had a rear mounted, air cooled, flat six cylinder engine. It also had four wheel independent suspension. At the time only expensive European cars had independent suspension. Porche had a flat six cylinder rear mounted engine with independent suspension. Volkswagen had the Beetle. But, you could not compare the two. The Beetle was much smaller and under powered. The Corvair platform was very versatile. You could get one as a four door sedan, station wagon, two door coupe, convertible, a van or a pickup truck! Yes, the Corvan came as a family passenger van or a delivery van. The Ramp Side came as a pickup truck with a side gate. The Corvair was also the first American production car that you could order with a turbo charger! The transmission was either a three speed manual, four speed manual or the power glide automatic. It was also very comfortable and roomy inside. In the early 1960s, Ralph Nader wrote a book titled â€œUnsafe at Any Speedâ€?. In his book he talked about the safety issues in the Chevrolet Corvair. He noted the car had tendencies to roll over on sharp turns. This was due to the rear engine and rear swing axles used on the 1960 to 1963 Corvairs. The ones he was talking about in the book. By the time the book came out in 1964,
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Nostalgia Chevrolet had already replaced the rear axle for the 1964 model year. Chevy used the Corvette rear axles, since that was the only independent suspension axle available which was in mass production at the time. But, the book “Unsafe At Any Speed” had started to question the safety of the cars. The consumer public began to stigmatize the little revolutionary vehicle as unsafe. The damage was done. Chevrolet gave it a face lift in 1965. Making the little car look sleek and sporty. The van and picup truck were dropped from production. But sales started to drop. Executives at GM had no choice but to start to face out the car. In 1969 the last Corvair rolled out the Chevrolet assembly plant. The Corvair was no more. In 1971, the government came out with their findings on the Corvair. They determined that the Chevrolet Corvair was just as safe as any car at the time ! Today Corvairs are very collectible. Jay Leno host of the Tonight Show, has one in his massive car collection. The 1969 models are the ones to look for. This is due to their limited production. These cars are still inexpensive and easy to find. There are many Corvair clubs, organizations and part suppliers throughout the United States. CORSA or the Corvair Society of America holds a yearly convention. Guess who was their guest speaker one year. You guessed it. Ralph Nader himself. So, was it Ralph Nader’s doing or were there o t h e r factors involved?
Remember, Chevrolet had the Camaro and Pontiac had the Firebird at the time. Those cars were competing against the Ford Mustang for sales. The Corvair could not compete against them. The Nova was in competition with the Ford Falcon. These were all conventional designs. The Corvair was unconventional with its rear mounted air cooled engine and independent suspension. Was it too far ahead of its time? ¶
Upcoming Car Shows in Florida October 4, 2013 Miami, FL
Falls Auto Show 8700 SW 133rd Street, Miami, FL 33146 (305) 219 6600 / www.fallsautoshow.com
October 5, 2013 Orlando, FL
1st Annual American Motorsports Car Show. 11am to 3pm 4130 North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32804 Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
October 5, 2013 Miami, FL
Promote Classic Cars and connect with your community. 9010 SW 137th Ave. Miami Fl (305) 386 9900 ext 127
October 6, 2013 Bushnell, FL
Sumter Swap Meets, Rain or shine car & truck show, free with paid gate admission. 7:30am to 3pm 7620 S.R. 471 (2-1/2 mi. north of Webster Flea Market)
October 12, 2013 Orlando, FL
37th Anniversary Party. At Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) 9751 Delegates Drive Orlando, FL 32837. Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
October 13, 2013 Miami, FL
Save the Boobies Charity Car Show All makes and models, awards. Info: Jennifer (754) 235 0580 // Elizabeth (954) 554 0442
October 18, 2013 Cutler Bay, FL
Holy Rosary Craft Festival & Car Show 8 to 4pm 18455 Franjo Rd. in Cutler Bay. 37th Annual Fall Crafts Festival and Car Show family event.
October 20, 2013 Clermont, FL
Come and join High Performance Promotions at Town Center at Cagan Crossings for Terror on the Lake Car Show. Cagan Community Library at 16729 Cagan Oaks Clermont, FL 34714 from 3pm to 7pm. Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
October 26th 2013 Orlando, FL
2nd Annual Trunk or Treat Car & Truck Show This event will be located at East Orlando Harley-Davidson at 11898 Lake Underhill Rd. Orlando, FL 32825 from 11am to 3pm. Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
October 26, 2013 Homestead, FL
Madeira Plaza - All Years Car & Cycle Show Halloween Party Prize for the Best Costum 10 am – 2 pm 28838 S. Dixie Hwy, Cindy 305-248-4887 www.benefitcarshows.com/MadeiraPlaza.htm
October 27, Merritt Island, FL
2ND ANNUAL TRUNKS & TREATS - TRUCK - BIKE SHOW The Place at Merrit Island 535 Crockett Blvd Merritt Island Fl 32953, from 11am to 3pm Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
November 1st, 2013 Celebration, FL
3rd Annual Corvette Fall Classic Mystic Dunes Resort, 7600 Mystic Dunes Lane, All year Corvettes accepted Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
November 3, 2013 Margate, FL
Veterans Day Car Show. From 10am - 3pm, Village Shopping Plaza, 441 and NW 15th Street, 1 block North of Coconut Creek Pkwy, Margate, FL Info: RUSS G (954) 560 5412 www.russgevents.com
November 9, 2013 Palm Bay, FL
1st Annual Croftgate Inc. Shine and Show Car Show. This event will be hosted by Space Coast Harley-Davidson at 1440 Sportsman Lane Palm Bay, FL 32905 from 11am to 3pm Misty Lanier at (407)925-3179 / email@example.com
November 15 & 16, 2013 Daytona Beach, FL
Shelby & Ford Performance Rally @ Daytona Int Speedway, 8am-5pm (F) 8am-3pm(S). 1801 W Intl. Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114. Pete Geisler (407) 688 1966
November 23, 2013 Miami, FL
Wings Over Miami Car Show, presented by AACA South Florida Region and Sunshine Corvette Club. 10am-2pm. www. aaca.org/southflorida
November 23 & 24, 2013 Miami, FL
HARVEST FESTIVAL FREE CAR SHOW 10901 Coral Way (SW 24th St). Early Bird Saturday 8am-10am (No Discounts Apply). Regular Hours: Saturday - 10am - 5pm Sunday - 10am to 5pm;.
November 28 - 30, 2013 Daytona Beach, FL Daytona Turkey Run, 8:00am to 4:0pm; Sunday Dec 1st 8:00am to 2:0pm Daytona Intl Speedway Contact (386)255 7355
December 1, 2013 Miami, FL
Trunks for Trunks Miami Car Show Held on the Zoo Miami promenade grounds. Register at www.trunks4trunks.com
December 7th 2013 Orlando, FL
3rd Annual Toys for Tots Car Show and Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Celebration. This event will be located at East Orlando Harley-Davidson at 11898 Lake Underhill Rd. Orlando, FL 32825 from 11am to 3pm Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
December 8, 2013 Miami, FL
Camp Kangaroo / Toys For Tots Mega Combination Show! 11 am – 3 pm 10300 SW 167th Avenue (Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School). Oscar (305) 467 8196 www.benefitcarshows.com/Camp-Kangaroo.htm www.benefitcarshows.com/Toys-For-Tots.htm
December 8, 2013 Sunrise, FL
26th Anniversary Toys in the Sun run open car & truck show at Markham Park. From 10am to 4pm. This is a rain or shine event. www.cruisersofsouthflorida.com. Steve (561) 620 2124 (wkds), (954) 963 2828 (eves/wknd)
December 15, 2013 Homestead, FL
Dynamic Pediatric Therapy - All Years Car & Cycle Show 11 am – 3 pm 30330 Old Dixie Hwy, Homestead, FL 33033 www.benefitcarshows.com/DynamicPediatricTherapy.htm David Martinez (305) 242 9424
January 4 - 12, 2014 West Palm Beach, FL
Super Car Week. Neil (954) 296 5204 A full week of auto enthusiast’s events throughout Palm Beach County, ending with a Grand Finale on the waterfront.
January 11, 2014 Celebration FL
1st Annual Alzheimer Awareness Car Show 7600 Mystic Dunes Lane Celebration Fl 34747 Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
January 12, 2014 Sunrise, FL
Renegade Corvette Club Open Car & Truck Show 10am - 4pm. 14401 West Sunrise Boulevard. John (954) 980 2670.
January 23 - 26, 2014 Kissimee, FL
NCRS 36TH ANNUAL WINTER REGIONAL MEET Old Twon, 5770 W Bronson Memorial Hwy For more info www.ncrsfl.org
February 8, 2014 Cocoa Beach, FL
Come and join High Performance Promotions and International Palms Resort and Conference Center for the 1st Annual Fun in the Sun Car Show. International Palms is located at 1300 North Atlantic Blvd. Cocoa Beach FL 32931. From 11am to 4pm with registration starting at 10am until 1:30pm. Bob Helmick, (321) 948 7553; Pennsboro1j@cfl.rr.com
February 16, 2014 Homestead, FL
Homestead Bay front Park Car Show 10am - 4pm, 9698 N Canal Drive. (786) 344 4428 Gerry www. southdadecarshow.com
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Miami, FL “Turbo Tuesday” Inviting Luxury, Exotic, Muscle and SuperCars ONLY Dynamic Turbo, 8:00pm to 10:00pm 14261 SW 120th ST 33186 T. (305) 386 6545
Fort Lauderdale, FL Towershopps of Davie’ Friday Night Cruise I-595 / University Dr. (south 2 blocks on left - behind Flanagan’s in Plaza) Hosted by: ‘Florida Street Rods’ No pets. No reserve parking past 7:00pm. No loud stereo For Vendor info, contact Mike: (954) 806 7822
Miami, FL Sir Pizza Kendall, Classic and antiques car show 1990 and older ONLY 6:00pm to10:00pm 12562 SW 120St. Miami Fl. 33186 Please remember No Parking in front of any ATM or parking in front of Chase Bank. Thank you for your cooperation. Key Largo, FL D-Hooker Car Show Sports Bar & Grill, 102250 Overseas Hwy. mm 102.3 (305) 451 4105 Classic Cars and Trucks 6pm-9pm
Miami, FL Elks Family Day Every, from 11:00am to 3:00pm 10301 SW 72ND ST Oscar (305) 467 8196 Miami, FL Kustom Wheels Car Show Miami Boomers, from 5:30pm to 10:30pm 13960 SW 8th ST Miami, FL
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Key West, FL Starting in October, hosted by Southernmost Car Club, at the Sugarloaf Lodge (mm17 on US1) from noon to 4:00pm A free event with 50’s music with 50/50 raffles, door prizes. For more info, call Dick Moody (305) 942 1758 or visit www.southernmostcarclub.com TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Hialeah, FL Sir Pizza Hialeah, Anything On Wheels Show. All year and model 6pm to 10pm ALL CLUBS ARE WELCOME, TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY 1695 W 49st. Hia, Organized by Gerry’s car show.
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