A visual index of the Northwest auto events CruZin' covered this issue, both online and in the print magazine. Check it Out!
By David Marin & The CruZin' Staff
Seems like just a week or two since we loaded the CRUZIN’ booth into the Excursion, prodded the diesel to life and headed for the Early Bird Swap Meet at Puyallup. That was February, roughly eight months ago. Read that as many thousands of miles back, the odometer has rolled through Washington, Oregon, Idaho and California. The one constant is the great folks we connect and reconnect with along the way. Indoor shows, outdoor rod runs, familiar faces, new acquaintances. Read More!
Photos & Story by Bob Roseberry
The Portland Roadster Show is a family event. That’s a term that has become nearly a cliche`, for almost all public events anymore, and true here as well. Portland is also a community event, another cliche`, perhaps, but again true. Every year, in addition to the expected crowd of solid gearheads, the Expo Center is full of kids, moms, dads, grandparents and members of the general public, who, if not part of the car world, are clearly grooving (to use a semi-outdated term) on the cars and the spectacle. Read More!
By John Novak
Something as simple as a circle becomes shrouded in mystery and misinformation quickly when it needs to be perfect. The cylinder bore on an engine falls into this category as it needs certain characteristics to create the perfect circle that seals the rings and holds the piston in proper alignment. Read More!
By Annette Barton & Sandie McCollum
Pullman, Washington – the Countdown to 1 Champion is winding down in all racing series and the kids are in school; ESPN is headed out and FOX Sports is in for 2016 NHRA coverage. The “Big Go” is on and if results from Indy get posted before we get this typed out, we will add them here. Read More!
Photos & Story by Bob Roseberry
Bracketed between two days of crummy weather, the 2015 edition of High Rollin’ Hot Rods at the Quinault Beach Casino, seemed to be on an island of sunshine, mild temperatures, and light breeze. In fact, on the way home, before we were half-way to the I-5 corridor, we were attacked by a blinding downpour! Once home, we found that rain had been the order of the day, all day, everywhere else, so in the common parlance — the show “lucked out” — and those who the weather scared off “missed out”. Read More!
Photos & Story by Jerry Brenner
Superior, Montana – June 6, 2015 saw an impressive assortment of 107 collectible vehicles rumble onto the grounds of the old Superior School House in downtown Superior. This was the “Sweet 16” edition of School House Rock, and participants and spectators were “kickin’ it old school”. Non-stop DJ “Johnny T” wound up his “Time Machine” and the Fifties and Sixties music just kept on coming. Read More!
Photos & Story by Diane & LeRoy Dyas
True to tradition, the Heap Herders Car Club offered free registration for their “Spring Bling” Car Show, April 25, 2015 at Caldwell Memorial Park, Caldwell, Idaho. But, they do ask for donations on behalf of the Canyon County Organization on Aging (CCOA) Food Bank, in the form of non-perishable food items or cash. Read More!
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