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Labor Day Show


JUSTA6

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Had a blast with perfect weather N beautiful cars. Small show 110 cars, 7 awards. But it always attracts the areas BEST rides. Hope everyone had a safe N happy holiday.

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Thanks for sharing JUSTA!

OMG a Pinto woody wagon!?!?!!! Don't tell Pro! He will want one!

I see a couple of Widetrackers cars in these photos too. The dark blue '63 Grand Prix belongs to Jim Larsom, he wrote an article in the current issue of Smoke Signals where he converted his car back to the correct 8-lug wheels from 5-bolt wheels, which is how he bought the car. The light blue '77 belongs to Steve Armstrong. He's the only owner.

I have spoken to the owner of the Viagra woody wagon. My buddy Chuck invited him to Syracuse Nationals. There is not a panel on that car that is stock. Every panel or fender has been modified in some way. It was a Riddler Great 8 finalist car some years ago, now he drives it. Good for him.

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