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This car has survived very well. It has been painted black from original green & has original interior. This is a Colo. purchased car that resided in Englewood, Grand Junction & Fort Collins. I’m proud to own it.
One of my goals this year is to replace the carburetor on my Big Block
Chevelle with a fuel injection unit. The MSD folks in El Paso, Texas have
developed a unit that has a lot of great features. As MSD is a proven
manufacture of aftermarket performance equipment I will probably go with the
MSD unit. I have included a YouTube video of a test done on the unit.
I am currently working on finding some local shops that will give us a good
price on the unit and the installation.
Erv purchased his 1949 Jeepster from an Auto Junk Yard in Southern
California for $500.00
The car was partially dismantled and covered in a pile of rubble but Erv
took the car home and started to perform a ground up restoration to original
condition. After 2 1/2 years of hard work Erv got his Jeepster running and
was able to drive out of the garage.
In 1995 the car was 90% complete and entered in its first car show, since
then it has appeared in numerous shows and received numerous awards
including a top three award at the VCC 2010 Classic Rock Cruise In.
This year we had a very special opportunity during our April 2012 VCC Club Meeting! John Kearns (current president) was able to present an appreciation award to Jim Fisher (Past President) and John Manka (Past Vice President) for all of their hard work to help make the VCC what it is today!
Here we have some of our classic cars in the parking lot at our April 2012 VCC Club Meeting! Since the weather has been cooperating, we’ve been able to start earlier this year and everyone has gotten their cars ready for a great season in 2012!
Members enjoying the April 2012 VCC Club Meeting and dinner at Mesquite Mexican Grill! We had a wonderful turnout and are beginning the car show season on the right foot!
Brandon found this DeLorean DMC-12 in 2005 out of Atlanta, Georgia. Sitting for nearly 5 years, Brandon had the vehicle transported to Colorado and began the long 5 year journey to a continuing frame-off restoration.
The entire body was pulled off the frame and the frame including suspension parts were powder-coated and put back together using new bolts. A 3.0L 1990 PRV (Peugot Renault Volvo) Engine was provided with the vehicle (due to the original engine being damaged), providing an EFI engine as the power plant instead of the old Bosch mechanical fuel injection system of the original 2.8L PRV engine. Most of the interior had been replaced by the original owner but as with any vehicle you are restoring, it’s always a work in progress.
This DeLorean was originally painted a dark blue color (due to some minor body damage) but … Read More »
Our Chevelle originally sold on 06/17/1971 by H & H Chevrolet in Omaha
Nebraska to George Rogers Sr of Omaha. No relation to the Rogers of Mr.
Rogers Neighborhood fame.
The car went through several owners in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota
until it was donated from a living trust to a small private college in Sioux
City, Iowa. The car was raffled as a fund raiser and the new owner won the
car with a $1.00 raffle ticket. There was at least one more owner until the
car migrated to Colorado Springs and then to Denver.
I purchased the car in October 2001 and decided that the car was in need of
many modifications even though it only had 30,000 original miles.
What I found out is you are never really finished with a classic car and it
always needs some addition or modification. I guess that is why we … Read More »
This is my 1971 Mach One painted Grabber Lime Green from the factory. It has a 429 cubic inch Super Cobra Jet engine and a very rare Drag Pack option. It is one of six built with this color and options.
1963 Galaxie 500XL Convertible, 406ci/385hp, 4 bbl, 4 spd, 3:50 positraction (Clone)
Original 289ci., 3 spd. auto. Converted to 406ci motor and 4 spd.
Used as Mel’s daily driver and Mel and Cathy’s weekend Moutain Touring Car
1963 1/2 (Fastback) Galaxie 500XL, 406ci/405hp, Tripower, 4 spd, 4:11 positraction
2 yr. Body off Frame Restoration
Documented 1 of 90 Fastback 405hp cars made by Ford
This is my 1964 Fuel Injected Corvette Coupe. It comes with a very rare Silver Leather Interior and a factory installed 327/375 horse engine. It is one of 1325 factory fuel injected cars built in 1964 of which only approximately one third were coupes.
This is my 1970 Shelby GT500 which is painted Grabber Orange and it is one of three Grabber Orange GT 500,s built in this color and option combination. Of the three it is the only one with traction Lock rearend. It was featured in Muscle Car Review Magazine last fall.
1946 Chevy coupe, blown 350″ small block chevy, Holley 650 double-pumpers, turbo 400, 4:56 posi, 575hp with 11% underdrive.
All steel, Halibrands, disc, etc.
This is Scott & Becky Knight’s 1965 Mustang Convertible. This is an original 289 C code car. The paint was special ordered from Mercury in 1965 and is Rose Beige.
1964 Corvair Monza with a 1966 Corsa 140 HP Engine. The Corvair was featured August 2011 in the National CORSA CUMMUNIQUE (Corvair Society of America) magazine.
2007 C6 Z51 Corvette Convertible, 6 Speed
Roger is the third owner of this numbers-matching Firebird that was originally sold from Tate Motors in Pomona, California in October 1968. When he brought it home from the Pomona Swap Meet in 1996 it was in rough, but original, condition, and it never broke down over its two-year assignment as his son’s high school ride. When his son went away to college Roger decided to have the engine “freshened up” after 116,000 miles. When the engine came back from the shop it was all shiny and new looking, and he just couldn’t put it back in that nasty engine compartment. One thing led to another, and five years and a lot of money later he finished the off-frame restoration. Roger did all of the work except the engine, paint and vinyl roof. The color is Warwick Blue, which is … Read More »
1979 Toyota fj40 imported from new Zealand. Right hand drive in which I am just finishing the restoration on.
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