Category Archives: Classic Cars

Hudson Valley Car Show Pictures 2014

These are some of the local Orange County NY car shows I have been to in 2014 promoting and handing out the Vintage Car Show Magazine/Schedual.
There are car shows everyday of the week during the car show season March to Oct, get out of the house and off the PC to see some of these classics in person..
take the kids, take a date, take a camera and take some pictures-these cars are historic and the owners put in a lot of work to restore them, get out and support the car scene.
There are quite a few car clubs in the Hudson Valley also, and they often work-in fundraisers at their shows for Charities, Vets, etc. they donate their time and money to support the Cause what ever the cause may be. KUDOS for all the hard work

hover over the **Local car show** link above to see galleries
or click on links below

84 diner
Airplane Park Monroe NY, My Ride car show
Beacon NY Car Show
Bear Mountain Car Show
Bull Memorial park car show
DuBois Farms car show
Farmers Museum Antique tractor pull and car show
Fishkill NY car show
Marist college V8 Car show
Montgomery NY car show
Port Ewen NY car show
Saturday Night cruisers car show
Sawyer Motor car show saugerties
Woodstock NY car show

Beach Boys Little GTO Car Name Plate photos

Von: The Vintage Car Show

Beach Boys Little GTO photos featuring lots of cool Car Name Plates

This is one is a series of 50 Picture videos featuring my Car photography. INCLUDES A SONGS YOU MIGHT know.. ENJOY THE PICTURES AND SUPPORT THE ARTIST Beach Boys(Little GTO )….THESE VIDEOS ARE FOR PROMOTING MY PHOTOGRAPHY AND MY NEW up coming RADIO/PODCAST STATION AT WWW.WADHD.COM PAY US A VISIT AND SIGN UP! VOTE IN OUR POLLS! VISIT OUR FORUMS! AND LISTEN TO OVER A CENTURY OF THE GREATEST MUSIC @ WADHD.COM

Tips For Restoring That ‘New Car’ Ride

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Imagine falling in love with your vehicle all over again. You know, having the same sense of pride you felt when you first drove off the dealer’s lot. With a little elbow grease applied to the exterior and interior, plus a mechanical inspection by a trusted automotive technician, almost anything is possible.

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Tips For Restoring That ‘New Car’ Ride

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Imagine falling in love with your vehicle all over again. You know, having the same sense of pride you felt when you first drove off the dealer’s lot.

Possible? With a little elbow grease applied to the exterior and interior, plus a mechanical inspection by a trusted automotive technician, almost anything is possible.

Take that “new car” ride, for example. It may have been thousands of miles since your vehicle has delivered precise steering response and a comfortable, factory-fresh ride, but replacing a few worn undercar parts could make a world of difference in your driving experience.

Replacing worn shock absorbers and/or McPherson struts is one simple way to improve ride and handling. Ride control replacement can have important safety benefits as well, since shocks and struts play key roles in a vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability performance.

“Steering, stopping and stability are dependent on properly functioning brake, steering and suspension parts,” said Mark Christiaanse, director of product management for Tenneco Inc.’s Monroe brand of shocks and struts. “A worn shock absorber or strut might not only make your ride less comfortable, but it also could lead to increased stopping distance, reduced steering precision and degraded stability in some situations.”

Monroe recommends replacing worn shocks and struts at 50,000 miles. For many popular-selling vehicles, replacing worn ride control parts that have been driven for 50,000 miles or more can improve the vehicle’s handling characteristics and comfort, according to Christiaanse. (Actual mileage may vary depending upon driver ability, vehicle type, and type of driving and road conditions.)

“A new set of shocks or struts can make a huge difference in overall ride quality,” he said. “Replacing these and other worn parts helps bring the vehicle closer to its original performance, which is a great way to enhance your driving experience.”

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In most cases, it’s not necessary to rely on a vehicle dealership for replacement shocks, struts and other undercar components. A leading ride control brand such as Monroe probably offers exact-fit, model-specific shocks and struts for nearly every popular import and domestic vehicle. In fact, Monroe shocks and struts are engineered to meet or exceed the original units’ ride and handling performance, regardless of make or model.