I bet you’ve noticed… There has been little new content for a while in the Rhody Cruisers Section.
Here is my excuse, and what I’m doing about it.
The problem with an actual website is that the “User”, that’s you, has to navigate to it. It doesn’t come to you. Its great for display, and archive, but it dosen’t come to you.
… eMail comes to you. So that seems the best way for me to reach you and keep you informed.
The CRUISER NEWSER was born, and has been well received.
I create the Newser in MailChimp, a graphics and eMail management software, separate from OregonCoastHotRods, built in WordPress. If I were to include all the news in the website, I would have to recreate it from scratch. Ummm… No.
But I can give them to you here, for you to browse. It’s really fun to go back in time and see what we were doing. I will update this list with each new one.
Here are the Archive of all Cruiser Newser Issues So Far
Here is a totally original and complete 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air. This car is unmolested, and ready for restoration or a drive in the country. Numbers matching 6 Cylinder engine and 3 speed transmission. It starts right up and you can drive it home. It sounds good and runs smooth. Current Oregon tags. More Info and Photos Here.
Here is a totally original and complete 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air. This car is unmolested, and ready for restoration or a drive in the country. Numbers matching 6 Cylinder engine and 3 speed transmission. Floorboards and trunk are solid, but some rust on rear quarter panel. New Battery, water pump, fuel pump, plugs, wires and points, new wheel and master cylinders. It starts right up and you can drive it home. It sounds good and runs smooth. Current Oregon tags. For more info, talk to Bob… the owner. Text or Call for Best Response (541)961-2688. …eMail email@example.com checked daily.
Realistically Priced at: $5,900
It was a great day for a car show in Toledo Oregon. It was warm but the shade from our canopies made it bearable. It was the 25th anniversary for the car show and there was a good turnout of cars from all makes and models, stock and modified, even some ratted out vintage motorcycles. The Rhody Cruisers were well represented with 5 cars in attendance. Of the 5 cars, 4 received awards, a pretty good haul for the club. Gary Neil’s 1935 Ford won 2nd Place Best 30’s, Sandy’s pick up won Best Ford, Wiley Files’s ’60 Pontiac won 1st Place Best in Class 1960’s, and Brian Avery’s 55 Packard won the Ace Hardware Larry Hart Award. Larry Hart was the original owner of the local Ace Hardware store and the founder of the Toledo Car Show some 25 years ago. Also representing the Rhody Cruisers was Paul with his 1956 Chevy. A great time was had by all.
— Photos and Story By: Brian Avery
Put this on your Calendar…
Last summer everyone agreed it would be really cool to get together monthly.
All Hot Rodders welcome.
Rain or shine… Hot Rods or drivers.
FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Next Cruise-in October 5, 2017
Raffle & 50/50 keeps growing.
… Now Over $100
$ 5.00 Combo Meal Deals
WHEN: First Thursday, Monthly
WHERE: A&W Root Beer. 1690 Highway, Florence OR
TIME: 4:00 to 5:30 PM
Comments about this? email Gary at firstname.lastname@example.org
As an active member of the Rhody Cruisers, this amazing Mercury Town Sedan has competed in hundreds of local and regional car shows, consistently winning awards for Best of Show, Best 40’s, Best Stock, and Peoples Choice.
The car has been driven about 1,000 miles per year to Shows and Parades. It is always clean, serviced, and ready to roll down the road on a moment’s notice.
This 1947 Mercury Town Sedan was completely restored by the current owner. The frame off restoration took 7 years, of finding the correct parts, chasing all the details, and maintaining a high level of craftsmanship. The restoration was finally completed in 2005. The car is completely stock, with the exception of a few upgrades to enhance reliability and safety. More Restoration Story:
- 239 Cubic Inch flathead V8 59 A-B 100 HP Engine
- 3 Speed Transmission with Columbia 2 Speed Rear End
- Original Monsoon Maroon Exterior Color
- LeBarron Bonney Interior in Tan with Green Trim
- Pertronix Electronic Ignition
- Cooker Radial White Wall Tires
- Most Trim Polished and Rechromed during restoration
- All Systems and Accessories are Fully Operational
- Originally assembled in Richmond California, May 1947. It is believed to have stayed on the West Coast since.
- Many Technical Manuals, Catalogs, and Reference Materials Included
- Restoration Receipts and Spare Parts Included
Please contact the Owner/Builder, Jim Adie for more detailed Info, or an Appointment to see this amazing Classic American Vehicle. Call (541) 997-4971
$20,000 .. SOLD .. SOLD .. SOLD
The Rhody Cruisers are again supporting the Soroptimist International of Florence with our Second Annual Toy Drive.
We invite the Oregon Coast Community to Donate New, Unwrapped Clothes and Toys for Girls and Boys.
November 2nd 2017 4pm to 7pm
Invite your Neighbors, and Stop by the A&W in Florence with your Donations.. Get a FREE Root Beer Float.
Meet Mr. & Mrs.Santa and Volunteer Fire Fighters. It will be a good time for all.
Weather permitting there may be a few cool cars hanging out too.
This is a Rain or Shine Event
If you would like to be on the committee, or volunteer:
Contact: Gary Cargill (541)999-6513 …eMail email@example.com
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Sunday afternoon, after Football… Checking all my email addresses, hoping someone would write… YouTube did, so I’m checking out
Jay Leno and his ’52 MG TD HotRod… This MG is all HotRod.
I love the classic Fendered Roadster look, and american sound.
I’m a small car guy, and I have HotRodded British cars before… They really are small.
Jay Leno gets a little bitchy about the legroom as he hangs out with the builder.
— It’s a well produced Hot Rod Story. Crank up the volume! … WATCH IT HERE
Show Your Car • Tell Your Story
Owned By: Steve Whaley City; Eugene, OR
Club Member: Loose Nuts
Steve’s favorite cruise Spots:
Any open road, whether its in the valleys, on the coast, or in the mountains….wherever there is a destination and others who wanna go there too ….in THEIR hot rods.
Steve… Tell me the story
My brother in law Tom had just begun rebuilding the car in Mira Loma California, and had not got very far with it when he died in 1997, the year after we first met him at Hot August Nights and he told me of his passion and his dream for this car and how much he was looking forward to driving it. It had been a full fendered hot rod back in the 60’s and he was going to completely redo it into a “Full On STREET” rod with new fenders, power everything, fancy paint…etc. As it turned out I was looking for a coupe at the time, and his widow (my wife’s sister) offered the remains of the car to us if we could come down and take it away. Continue reading