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1930 Dodge

1930 Dodge

80 Years and Going Strong

Early pioneers in the auto industry, John and Horace dodge got their start by supplying engines and transmissions to a pair of big names in the business, Ransom E. Olds and Henry Ford. When Ford began producing his own components, the Dodge brothers offset the loss by producing their own vehicles.... more

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Joe Greeves - September 16, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Pensacola Rod Run

Pensacola Rod Run

39th Annual Event Complete

The 39th Annual Pensacola Rod-Tique Rod Run was held at the beautiful beaches of Pensacola, Florida.  The weekend was filled with great street rodders, a free Friday night barbeque with all the trimmings, games, great music, goody bags, and a continuous... more

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Larry Jewett - September 15, 2011 09:16 AM - Comments

Georgia Aquarium Show

Georgia Aquarium Show

Featuring the Mako Shark

Atlanta’s own ocean, Georgia Aquarium, is revving up for its second annual “Oceans & Autos” Classic Car Show. The event, slated for Oct. 22-23, will be held in the magnificent Oceans Ballroom, where guests, automobile collectors... more

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Larry Jewett - September 14, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Fall Swap Meet Set

Fall Swap Meet Set

Museum of Automobiles Ready for Annual Event

Antique auto enthusiasts will return to Petit Jean Mountain for the 13th annual Fall Antique Auto Swap Meet, September 21-24. There will be hundreds of antique, classic and special interest automobiles for sale with over 600 spaces available for parts... more

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Larry Jewett - September 13, 2011 12:26 PM - Comments

Tennessee’s Denton Auto Parts

Tennessee’s Denton Auto Parts

Taking a Trip to Tennessee

A few years ago, Denton decided to count and number the vehicles in his salvage yard. Along the way, he lost count and really doesn’t know exactly how many vehicles are in the 25-acre yard, but it appears there are at the very least a couple of... more

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Leroy Drittler - September 09, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Model A Museum

Model A Museum

Creating A Place of Honor

  The Model A Ford is still alive and is eager to move into a new museum home.  There is no museum wholly dedicated to this storied car, even though over four million As were produced from 1927 through 1931.  Now, more than 80 years... more

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Larry Jewett - September 08, 2011 05:44 AM - Comments

AACA Museum Offers Collector Fair

AACA Museum Offers Collector Fair

Matchbox Items Enhance the Full Size Displays

The Diecast Toy Exchange is hosting a Matchbox Collector's show at the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum (AACA) on Sunday, September 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will allow visitors to add to or begin a Matchbox collection as all cars will... more

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Larry Jewett - September 04, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

AUTOMOTIVE ARCHAEOLOGY

AUTOMOTIVE ARCHAEOLOGY

Inside An Original 1969 Nova Interior

our low mileage 1969 Nova is a 9,317-mile virgin car, and although it was repainted once in the past, most of it is pretty much as-produced at the factory.... more

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Wayne Scraba - September 02, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Econolines Gather

Econolines Gather

Special Ford vehicle served well in the '60s

Collectors of Ford Econoline vans and pickups will meet at Arkanasas’ Museum of Automobiles on Petit Jean for the eighth annual show and shine event on Sunday, September 4.... more

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Larry Jewett - September 01, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Marlin Tops Food Lion Honors

Marlin Tops Food Lion Honors

Recalling a family car

An ultra-rare vehicle that evokes memories of family and friends for the owner earned the prestigious Food Lion AutoFair Best of Show Award. The award was presented to Phil Heitman, from Durham, North Carolina, for his 1966 American Motors Corp. Marlin... more

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Larry Jewett - August 29, 2011 07:27 AM - Comments