Wow! Pretty good investments...who would knew what some of them are worth today...
The place, day of week, and time that that particular club met at.What do the small plaques with times mean on the "Welcome to San Leandro" mean?
Dan grew up????Wow!!! some of you guy's grew up in the best times nothing around like this now. awesome pics
When my mind catches up with my body I'll be there. Well, I guess that'll never happen. LOL!Dan grew up????
I remember hearing that also Mel. Didn't matter to me though cuz every car I ever had was hard run, and if it wasn't when I first got it, it sure was by the time I sold it! lolDan,
That would be, Bill Parker's 4 Speeds! Visited the lot a few times to check out some cars. Used to always check out their advertisements. Was told it was a dumping ground for hard run cars. I knew my friends would say if they couldn't sell their car, they would take it to Bill Parker.
My favorite is that 68 Chevelle peeking out on the front row of pic #1. I still like them even now. Beautiful lines on them, and aggressive looking also.Those are way cool pics! Thanks for sharing. The 67 Camaro with flared fenders is cool!!
You go on and get old and decrepit, I'm staying right here where I am.Ha ha...That really struck me as funny!
Who says I ever grew up!!! I still think, act, and dress young, but it freaks me out when I see that old man looking back at me in the mirror (It must be broken???)You go on and get old and decrepit, I'm staying right here where I am.
HA-HA! HA-HA-HA!!! HA-HA-HA-HA---HA!!!!! LOL!!