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Frosty last won the day on October 13

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About Frosty

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  • Birthday 03/19/1960

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    Davison, Michigan
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    Cars & trucks, downhill skiing, travel, photography, Michigan college football, Olivet College baseball

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  1. Last set of pictures from the show. This appears to be a homemade pie/paddy wagon. Four=door Olds Dynamic 88 The firewall of this leadsled is autographed by George Barris, Gene Winfield, and "Candy Apple Red" Joe Bailon - legends all. \- When was the last time you saw a working, 3rd-owner, 1902 Rambler? This was a highly modified Buick, as you can see from the sponsor logos on the side. Lucy from up above. Ok its a parking deck. Street shots of the Doo Wop on Saturday
  2. Thanks for the support guys. I can't make this year, not after spending a long weekend in WV for the Doo Wop and then another week in Hilton Head with the missus. I am 3.5 years away from retiring, at which time, I have every intention to find any excuse to get out and go somewhere. That's when I will have time for the things like the Blue Ridgeway Parkway, Tail of the Dragon, Route 66, Road to the Sun, etc. If I have the opportunity to meet you fine gents before then, so much the better.
  3. Stratman - I’d love to catch up with you sometime in the near future for sure. I’d love to do the Blueridge Parkway some autumn with you too.
  4. Thanks guys, I will post a few more later today when I get some time. I'm hiding in Hilton Head Island SC again with JUSTA the missus for the week. We are expected to get the rainy remnants of Hurricane Michael on Wednesday and Thursday here.
  5. A Hemi-powered, flamed hot rod...what's not to love? Pretty split-bumper Camaro - LS-powered. A Tesla Model S - belongs to attorney friend of mine I have no idea what Funkenblitz means either, but I'll bet it's either funny, rude or crude, or at least I hope so.....
  6. Well despite the horrible start to the 13th Annual Charleston WV Rod Run and Doo Wop, I'm having a great time!!! The first car is dedicated to Pro. This car belongs to my other Canuckstani buddy from East Toronto, Dual Quad Pete. He bought this car out of Vancouver. It's a '64 Parisienne wagon, copper top, 327 "Pontiac" small block, 3-speed stick shift! Yup, it's a manual transmission car. Zombie catcher and flame thrower! Brought to you by the Cemetery Knights car club. This one is for JUSTA and me. H-bodies forever! Imagine - an unmolested 1974 Vega! Nice scallops on the this '56 Sedan delivery There are 2 Lil' Red Express' running around this show! Tricked out GMC pickup with an LS2. This '61 Chevy Parkwood station wagon was totally done up in Rat Fink and Van Dutch! I told the owner this car belongs at next year's Rat Fink Reunion. She had never heard of it!?!?! Found this customized '92 Buick Roadmaster wagon in the swap meet area....$4950. Of the hearse from the Cemetary Knights....I think this thing should have been in a "Mad Max" movie. A Chevy SS - the replacement for the Pontiac G8 - with a Holden badge on the front.
  7. This was a horrible start to the car show here in Charleston last night. A newer Camaro is said to have blown through a red light and hit the 57 Chevy! http://wchstv.com/news/local/classic-car-catches-fire-on-us-119-metro-911-says This caused a 45-minute back up on all three lanes of US 119 all the way back to I-64. This happened in front of the planned cruise-in destination, Home Depot and Cabela’s. Today’s events on the boulevard are a lot calmer!
  8. Would it make that much of a difference on a stock street car though Two Lane? If you were building a high HP monster or a corner carver I’d understand.
  9. Frosty

    Sellers INDIAN Summer car show

    Thank you stratman. I had to read this a couple of times to truly appreciate it's meaning. Special words indeed. I appreciate you sharing them with me.
  10. It appears as if a piece of metal/rock, perhaps your brake pad cracked, or a rivet came in contact with the rotor and wore a groove into your rotor. The fact that it happened on both sides is uncanny. Is there any obvious damage to the brake pads themselves? I can't believe someone would intentionally and deliberately install, much less manufacture such a defective part. Of course I've heard of drilled and slotted rotors to eliminate pad gas, but this is not one of them.
  11. Frosty

    Sellers INDIAN Summer car show

    Black Beauty was truly an exceptionally good looking....car too!
  12. Frosty

    Sellers INDIAN Summer car show

    Wow! I screwed up in a major way. My apologies buddy! Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.
  13. Sprint - that's a sharp looking wheel but who's wheel is it?
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