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Console Pad Reproduction

If you own a 1968 or 1969 Ford Torino or Mercury Cyclone with bucket seats and console listen up! You may or may not be familiar with Marty Burke Motor sports but you should be. Owner, Marty Burke, is truly devoted to the 68/69 Fairlane/Talladega and Cyclone cars. He demonstrates it repeatedly with his actions […]

1969 Torino and Talladega Restoration Resources

Our sister site the www.TalladegaSpoilerRegistry.com mad a major change. For enthusiasts undertaking either a major or minor restoration of a 1969 Ford Torino or especially a Ford Talladega it has been extremely difficult to find technical information and resources on these cars. Recently that site completely redid their Forum with new software and more user […]

AACA National at Mobile, AL 2018

We recently attended the 2018 AACA (Antique Auto Club of America) National Show in Mobile Alabama. It was our first time showing at one of the AACA National events and I have already filed our registration and made reservations for our next one! My wife and I were triple thrilled with the show. First off, […]

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum 2018

I have visited the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum more than once and still walk away amazed at the cars that were manufactured by these companies. I can’t even imagine what their respective product lines would look like today if they had survived. If you are ever in the vicinity of Auburn Indiana please take a […]

Private Car Collection

Without a doubt, Tennessee is a State with lots of car enthusiasts. I am sure every State in the Union has some outstanding private collections. Tennessee and especially Middle Tennessee seems to have more than usual. We had an opportunity to again visit one of the very best. Unlike most which feature authentic restorations this […]

National Car and Truck Museum Auburn, Indiana

When my wife and I travel if we are anywhere near a quality car museum we try to make time for a detour to visit it. We have been to Auburn Indiana several times but never seemed to have the extra time to visit the National Car and Truck Museum which is located directly behind […]

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