There will be more indoor vendor spaces and a larger swap meet (thanks to the Bombers). There will (hopefully) be antique tractors hauling people around. There will be great pre and post show parties in Clinton (that’s Friday AND Saturday nights, folks!!). Since this is our big 10th anniversary, we went all out withContinue reading “The 10th Hunnert Car Pileup is Next Saturday October the 8th!”
Despite his genius and popularity, Dutch never made any money from striping. Money was something he detested. In this quote from a 1965 article Dutch explains his thoughts on money. “I make a point of staying right at the edge of poverty. I don’t have a pair ofContinue reading “Kenneth Howard a.k.a Von Dutch”
Dueling tattoo legends & bosom buddies– Al Schiefley (left) & Les Skuse (right) Yep. On a tattoo kick again. Check out these sick pics and you’ll know why. This ain’t no Miami Ink — this is Olde School, Hard-Ass Tats. The legendary tattooist, and founder of the Sandusky Tattoo Club, Al Schiefley lived and worked out of Sandusky,Continue reading “Bristol Tatto Club”
Saturday, October 8th, 2011 The Hunnert Car Pileup is a car show for hot rodders who build their cars, and drive them. The Pileup is about hanging out, meeting new friends, and seeing old ones. It is about checking out the craftsmanship in others’ cars, and showing off your own. It is about great music, art,Continue reading “The Hunnert Car Pileup 2011”
STUDEBAKER HISTORY On this day in 1933, American automaker Studebaker, then heavily in debt, goes into receivership. The company’s president, Albert Erskine, resigned and later that year committed suicide. Studebaker eventually rebounded from its financial troubles, only to close its doors for the final time in 1966. The origins of the Studebaker Corporation date backContinue reading “Studebaker Goes Bankrupt”
Megan Daniels is definitely not your average, all-American girl, even though her amazing blonde hair and that “sweet” smile might fool you. Megan says her friends and biggest fans mean a lot to her because of the fact that they always accept her for who she really is.
115 MPH ………………Yea Right! The Davis was first introduced in 1947 by Glenn Gordon “Gary” Davis in the United States of America. Just after World War II, Davis bought a small racing car that had been converted into a 3-wheeler and named the “Californian”. Believing it would make a good economy vehicle Davis built hisContinue reading “The Cars Of Tomorrow”
I have found a different project I want to tackle. So I have for sale my 1966 T-Bird Town Hardtop. All original 90K mile car. This car is an excellent candidate for restoration or many parts. This is a complete never touched or molested 390 factory car. The interior is very nice it will need newContinue reading “1966 ThunderBird For Sale – SOLD”