These 'Yeller Vettes'
belong to Charles and Tere McMahon. The '75' Stingray, 350ci had a frame off restoration along with rebuild of the drive train
and chassis. The body was completely stripped down, the front and back "bumpers" fitted with fiberglass replacements
and re-painted "lemon ice" yellow. The interior was restored using medium saddle leather seat covers, the carpet,
insulation and battery /storage boxes were replaced. Her '08' Velocity Yellow Convertible has only a Black
Wing Air Filter system added for a slight increase on the performance side. Several pieces of shiny and paint matched eye
bling added under the hood plus a small amount of shiny bling added to the body and interior. It has the 3LT package with
automatic top and the LS3, 6.2 liter engine with automatic/paddle shift transmission.
This Black Beauty of an IROCZ belongs to Ronnie
& Carol Holley.
Nothing like a little sunshine. Here we have Rob and Sarah Booth in their stylin
23 T Bucket. The Bucket has 300 horses in that 350ci Chevy engine with an Edelbrock 4bbl carb and hooked to a 350 turbo
auto trans for that just so go-power fun.
is Jerry Dawson’s 1970 Chevelle SS. Packaged under the hood is a 454 CI Big Block, housing 425 horses & 450 ft.
lbs. of torque. It is fed by a Holley 750 Street Avenger and breathes through Hooker ceramic coated headers into a 2 ½
in. exhaust with a pair of 40 series FlowMaster’s. It really takes you back to 1970 when you’re cruising around
listening to an 8 Track Tape playing in the under dash 8 Track Player. Do you remember this time, when you only had 2 real
worries ? 1. Were you going to have enough money to make the car and insurance payments, and 2. Were the
Cops going to be hiding in the trees on the dark, bare country road where you were about to go drag racing!
in Glacier Blue Chevy belongs to Bill Kaser. This 1955 210 Post Chevy sports a 400 horses from a GM ZZ-4 motor
with a GM Hot Cam hooked to a Turbo 400 tranny and spinning a set of Torque Thrust Wheels. Bill found his little gem
in Century Florida in running condition and a 2 1/2 year frame off restoration was done mostly by his son Billy. Nowadays
Bill just sits back and enjoys the ride.
Bruce Crosby has owned his little screamer for
just 3 years. In that time he massage the body back to life and covered it in Mango Orange paint.
It is a Dodge Challenger RT 440 6 pak pushing a Sure Grip Rear end. Bruce has managed to put 1500 miles on his car since he
finished it. Funny thing about this ride is that you never hear it comming but you always see it leaving. Bruce did a great
job and has a great car to show for it.
This beautiful 1981 Chevy pickup belongs to
Gerald and Mercedes Nicklien and was bough new by Gerald's father. The trucks name is Yankee Peddler and runs a stock
250 inline six with modified air induction hooked to a Turbo 350. With Glacier Blue paint, custom
upolstery in the cab and bed, fiberglass bed topper all lowered 3 inches over Pacer rims wrapped in Bridgestone Duelers, I'd
say Gerald and Mercedes have a pretty cool ride.
This is Ed Lewis's 555 cubic inches of screaming rat motored 66 Nova SS. The clean little
66 breathes in through a 2 stage nitrous system and puffs through Lemons Headers, Borla Mufflers and 4in pipes. The
HP transmits to the M/T PRO-Street meats on Aluma-Stars Wheels tucked nicely in the tubbed body via a 400 trans and 9in
Ford rearend suppended on 4 links. Ed sits comfortably in the Kirky Pro-Street Buckets and aims his missle with a Heidt's
front end and an Ed Quay Spoiler keeps the traction happening.
This mean green
skootin machine belongs to Larry Cribbs. Larry and Susie love cruising around in the little green "T" with the
wind in their hair and the bugs in their teeth. With a 302-C4 combo Larry's 27 "T" Roadster can get along. Larry
is a very handy sort, he built nearly everything for his little ride and painted it too. I think he even made the Varoom
that comes out of the exhaust pipes.
This little Torch
Red beauty belongs to Ken Lowery and Rita Laymon. It is a cherry 1993 LT1 Corvette. At just less than 4 feet from
the top to the ground with a 62 inch track and a 350 with 300 horses Ken and Rita can scoot along a pretty good clip.
After all, a red head needs a Torch Red Vette.
This sleek little 1967 Chevy Chevelle SS belongs to Geno Graham. It has 500 horses in
a blue printed Big Block Turbo 350 that makes the 4/10 rear end gears scream for mercy. There is wiring by
Painless to get those amps where they need to be, new carpet and insulation to keep his tootsies cool and comfy and an IDIDIT
polished aluminum steering column to keep it pointed in the right direction. Geno has had this beauty for 5 years and his
wife tells me it is for sale to the highest bidder. I think that this is a JOKE
but Geno might want to get her car finished soon, just in case.
This is Bill Bass and just one of his flock
of Beeeeeeutiful Birds. It is a 1964 Baby Blue Thunderbird
original 2 door hardtop with a 390cid motor and a C4 transmission. This Tbird has been restored to its near show room condition.
While helping a friend move back to Pensacola, Bill got to drive his friends new 1964 Bird and decided it was the worlds Ultimate
Automobile. It only took Bill 40 years to get his but he got it.
Here we have David Del Gallo in his 1976
911S Targa Porsche. This sweet little piece of perfect engineering is all stock and David keeps it clean and spotless
all the time. From the aluminum weels to the whale tail spoiler this baby is ment for GO. So when you see it (or
just hear it) Go by, know that David has a smile on his face.
This is Tonya
Del Gallo and her baby. It's a 1972 SS Chevelle Convertible and the go power comes from an LS3 402, connected
to the original transmission with rowing done by stick shift all pushing the stock rear end and it has matching
numbers to boot. You'll be seeing her at plenty of car shows. On the road, it will be that RED
blur. HOORAY!!!!!! is what Tonya has to say about it.
This is Sam archer and his "Feel
Good Willys". He calls it that because he says "Just looking at it makes you
feel good". It is a 1941 Willys Coupe with a 502 Cubes of rat motor topped with a Weiand tunnel ram and two 600 Holley
carbs and a nitros system that dumps 250 horse power per shot. The steering is Mustang II and the rear is
a Fab 9 with a 4 link system all hooked to a Tubular chassis all riding on Boyd Coddington Signature Series wheels. The colors
are PPG Ultra Violet Poly and House of Color Chrome Yellow. Don't look now by I think it had a baby!
This beautiful little 1965 Mustang Fastback
belongs to Steve Foust and it has a few up grades that are not easely noticed. Like for instance the 347 cubes of
small block Ford and T5 tranny hooked to the 9 inch rear with a Detroit Locker in it. Or how about the Shelby steering and
suspension backed up by a pair of Shelby traction bars. Or maybe the four wheel disc brakes to get this monster stopped. It
tip toes around on American Torque Thrust wheels shod with Goodrich G-Force tires. Just because it looks like a Mustang doesn't
mean it is not a Thoroughbred.