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  1. Thomas K's 1927 Model 40 Master Six

    • Album created by thomas k
    • Updated
    • 16 images
    • 16 images
  2. Alex J's 1956 Buick Super Riviera 56R 2D Hartop Coupe.

    Alex J's 1956 Buick Super Riviera 56R 2D Hartop Coupe.
    • Album created by ajazataaca
    • Updated
    • 7 images
    • 7 images
  3. 1935 Pontiac Sport Coupe

    • Album created by aristech
    • Updated
    • 11 images
    • 11 images
  4. 36 Chrysler Airstream C7

    • Album created by Piaras
    • Updated
    • 8 images
    • 8 images
  5. 1948 Dodge Sedan

    Recently acquired this week 1948 Dodge Sedan with mostly original except newer model adapted transmission and rear end. Rebuilt Flat 6 original, original interior (needs updated). 
    • Album created by RetiredFireLt
    • Updated
    • 4 images
    • 4 images
  6. My current collection

    My current cars:
     
    1978 Buick Electra Limited Coupe
    1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
    1984 Buick Park Avenue
    1992 Cadillac Brougham d' Elegance   
    1991 MB 560SEL
     
     
     
     
     
    • Album created by bobSoCal
    • Updated
    • 31 images
    • 31 images
  7. Larry Cosden

    • Album created by high sierra
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    • 4 images
    • 4 images
  8. Ed's 1995 Corvette

    This 1995 Corvette has 14,000 mile and has won the following awards: 
     
    1995 Corvette Convertible White/Red 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2019 NCRS Top Flights, 2014 NCRS PV, 2014 NCRS  Hill Mark of Excellence Award, 2015 Bloomington Gold Certification, 2017 Tri-Power Award, 2017 President's Award, 2017 Triple Diamond Award, 2017 Gold Concours Award, Sunshine Corvette Show 1st place in C4, Best in Show (C4s) Marion County Corvette Show and 2020 AACA 1st Junior Award, Nominated 2020 AACA Corvette of the Year
    • Album created by Ed Nieves
    • Updated
    • 21 images
    • 21 images
  9. Crowvets Corvette and Riviera


    • Album created by crowvet
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    • 107 images
    • 107 images
  10. GREEN THUNDER FROM DOWN UNDER

    • Album created by DianneP
    • Updated
    • 5 images
    • 5 images
  11. Yamaha RZ-350

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    • Album created by intimeold
    • Updated
    • 1 image
    • 1 image
  12. Rx Mechanics


    • Album created by Rx Mechanics
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    • 4 images
    • 4 images
  13. Recreation of the 29’ Auburn Cabin Speedster

    Picked up this back yard /barn find and I’ve spent several hours trying to track down what chassis it is wit no luck, from the looks of it this may be just the place for me to find some mentors that can help me along the way with sourcing parts for this cool build. 
      I know the body is made out of heart pine , transmission is a 39’ looks like it’s mated to the original motor that is not spinning at the moment. 
    The chassis is a mystery my guess 1929-32 The older gentleman has had it since 1992 and he told me it was a 37 Auburn frame (is not) and a Cadillac motor (nope) which is fine I bought it because I can see the finish line and the show stoping potential it can have for a custom built car! Ideally I’d like to keep the flathead if not I have a beautiful 1963 215 v8 with a munchie 3speed I can Drop in unless there is an adapter from the 215 to the early ford 3 speed. 
    • Album created by Damian dery
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    • 21 images
    • 21 images
  14. Jerry's Thunderbird

    • Album created by eboose7
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    • 20 images
    • 20 images
  15. Puerto Rico Region, 10th Gathering de Plaza Las Américas

    AACA Puerto Rico Region had a Gathering at the Largest Shopping Mall of the Caribbean.
    Mr. Steve Moskowitz   attended .
    • Album created by RayBeniquez
    • Updated
    • 15 images
    • 15 images
  16. Midwest Classics on 66 Museum

    • Album created by Daniel Butler
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    • 59 images
    • 59 images
  17. 1927 Dodge Brothers 4Screen "Paddy Wagon"

    This 1927 Dodge 4Screen was originally a US Army inventory vehicle. At the end of WWI it remained in the Army Inventory  until WWII, at which time it was assigned to a POW Camp along the California Coastline, at the Dos Pueblos POW Camp, in Santa Barbara County (just north of Santa Barbara-Goleta.  It remained at that Camp until the end of WWII and the Camp was closed.  The Wagon was sold as Surplus property and purchased by a Goleta Rancher in the area just south of the Camp, in the area of the Ellwood Canyon. There it stayed, as a Ranch work truck.
    Eventually, as most ranch vehicles end up, it broke down and ended up abandon on the ranch, a dilapidated , rusted truck. It was Brough to the City of Goleta where there was hope of restoration, but it never happened and after a few years was again abandon in the city.  The truck was eventually Abaded by the Santa Barbara County and was on it was to the local wrecking yard as junk.
    This was when I found it, a old rusted hulk sitting the the County Yard waiting for the Wrecker to pick it up.  I was a working Deputy Sheriff assigned to the Crime Prevention Department and saw a whole new life for the Wagon.  I had visions of it being restored and used for Crime Prevention Education, for displays, Parades and for the DARE program, which I had just acquired the duties of.  I immediately went to the Sheriff, John Carpenter, and discussed my idea and after a long conversation of doing the restoration with donations and it not costing the tax payers a dime, he went along with my idea.
    I did the research and found that the SBSD had used this type of truck on the department. It had been a Prisoner Transportation  vehicle, used to transport Sentenced Prisoners that had been Sentenced to State Prison.  These trucks became the "Buses" and were used to take prisoners from County Jail to State Prison, transporting them from downtown SB to the State Prisons.
    The project was finally completed after donations were obtained from the Community at large, all over the USA.  The Horseless Carriage Club of America was our first donation.
    Eventually the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo took on the project, using their Vocational Education Department Students (Prisoners) to do the actual restoration work through their Automotive Department.  They took the project in late 1987 and after 3,000+ man-hours they competed the Ground Up restoration.
    The Paddy Wagon has been in service since the end of 1989 and continues to be used for Crime Prevention, Displays, Parades and anywhere it is requested. Car Shows all over the State of California have seen the Wagon.
    I am the Caretaker-Curator for the Wagon and continue to show the Wagon in my retirement.
    • Album created by juanatejeda
    • Updated
    • 50 images
    • 50 images
  18. 1957 Buick Century 2Dr HT

    • Album created by Volker
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    • 12 images
    • 12 images
  19. Ronnie Jones

    1925 Buick Model 25A Enclosed Touring
    • Album created by carmover
    • Updated
    • 6 images
    • 6 images
  20. 1951 Vw I restored

    1951 VW
    • 16 images
  21. Jeff Owens

    1931 Chry CD-8 DeLuxe
    • Album created by rocky1x
    • Updated
    • 1 image
    • 1 image
  22. 1932 PACKARD COUP/ROADSTER

    • Album created by Guest
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    • 2 images
    • 2 images
  23. Gunnygs

    my gs

    • Album created by GunnyGS
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    • 1 image
    • 1 image
  24. Ron Hausmann

    Kissel Kars and one rogu e Chevy
    • Album created by ron hausmann
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    • 3 images
    • 3 images
  25. Andy Griffith Packard

    1935 Packard conv/sedan 1202 once owed by Andy Griffith fully restored is pebble beach ready.

    • Album created by Guest
    • Updated
    • 2 images
    • 2 images

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