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West Linn, OR 97068
971 233-9000


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4850 37th Ave South
Seattle, WA 98118
206 721 3007/888 380 9277


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Mail only: 2151 Griffin
Enumclaw, WA 98022
206 354 3152


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Quality parts 1955-57 Cars & 55-59 Trucks
619 SE 202nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
503 667 4329

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912 NE Donelson Road
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503 680 4661

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Seattle, WA 98133
206 533 9600


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Lebanon, OR 97355
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Eugene, OR 97404
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Gresham, OR 97030
503 667 1725


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253 272 2336


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255 West 5th Ave
Junction City, OR 97448
541 998 3344


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360 452 6367


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551 Edison Road NE
Silverton, OR 97381
503 873 5427


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2902 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA 98201
206 381 3500


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Comments from Canada by Cam

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Comments from Canada by Cam




Just for the fun of it:

Editor’s Note:  It is always fun to read what oth­ers are say­ing about shows worth par­tic­i­pat­ing in, and more cer­tain­ly from our Cana­di­an friend, Cam Hutchins.

Cam is a pro­fes­sion­al pho­tog­ra­ph­er, auto writer, and tru­ly a “car nut”. You’ll find more about Cam and his activ­i­ties at Car Nut


From Cam’s latest epistle, with permission of course:


The big Lan­g­ley (BC) show hap­pens this week­end with a great mas­sive car show on Sat­ur­day and a swap meet Sun­day. I have been going to this show for more than 10 years. In 2002, I shot pho­tos of Alyn Edwards’ GT 500 KR and did a mon­tage por­trait of it. One of my first, and now I am doing a mon­tage por­trait of his wife’s 1960 Corvette that she has owned since the ear­ly 70’s. Edwards has just had it restored and it will be unveiled at the Van­cou­ver Super­Car show at Van Dusen Gar­dens this week­end. ( See Fea­tured Events)


The New­ton Boys are up to their hijinks at Rusty’s Pub in Cloverdale this Sun­day with a Drag­ster fir­ing up that will shake the ground and fill the air with the sweet sound of a mul­ti 1000 horse­pow­er engine fir­ing up!!! Across town is the Cat and Fid­dle Show and the HOG “Harley Own­ers Group” presents their 14th “HOG WILD About Read­ing – Motor­cy­cle ride for lit­er­a­cy 5-stop scrab­ble ride. The ride is a read­ing take off of the “Pok­er” run and is open to all vehicles…so grab your favourite ride and tour the low­er main­land for a good cause.


When you go to car shows this week­end,  I want you to think of the amaz­ing oppor­tu­ni­ty we have in BC to see some amaz­ing cars that in many cas­es with enough love and mon­ey have tran­scend­ed being just cars and are now works of art.


I spoke with a fel­low at the 55–56-57 Chevy Club annu­al pic­nic at Alder­grove Park and he told me that he went on the Chevy II cruise with his Chevy 2 and used 1 & 1/2 tanks of gas. He then opened up the hood to show me the mas­sive 496 cu. in. engine with a seri­ous thirst for fuel to make huge amounts of horse­pow­er. But it does get 68 miles per tank…that is seri­ous com­mit­ment to own­ing a cool car.

Oth­er major expens­es by car own­ers to offer the pub­lic amaz­ing vehi­cles to look at. At last weekend’s Cres­cent Beach Con­cours d Ele­gance,  David Cohen brought his 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C-1750 Gran Sport that was orig­i­nal­ly shown at the 1933 Paris Salon and more recent­ly shown at Peb­ble Beach Con­cours d Ele­gance. After the car was shown with a Figo­ni body at the Paris Salon it was rebod­ied with a light weight rac­ing body for the 1935 LeMans race.


After spend­ing most of it’s life in South Africa, it was restored by RX Autoworks in North Van­cou­ver and then was shown at the 2012 Con­cor­so D’Eleganza Vil­la D’Este in Lake Como. It won the top 3 awards at the show and only 2 oth­er cars have ever won all 3 in the last 80 years. Peb­ble Beach was next and it won its class and was run­ner up for the Best of show.


Oth­er great mar­ques includ­ed Sim­plex Crane, Pierce, Tal­bot, Lagon­da, Cord, Chalmers and cel­e­brat­ing 50 years of Porsche 911 with a spe­cial Ral­ly Rac­ing 911 from the Porsche Muse­um. Not all great cars have to be from the big lux­u­ri­ous brands: the row of cus­tom Amer­i­can cars and the row of per­fect­ly restored Mus­cle cars were as big a draw as any old Bent­ley.


One car that was “per­fect” was Bob Brody’s Chevro­let Z24…not the famil­iar cav­a­lier but the mas­sive 1967 Ima­pala Based SS 427. The SS 427 was shown at the Super Car show in Chica­go last year and was judge to be just shy of 1000 points of per­fec­tion. It lost points for an imper­fect grille badge and a cou­ple of unpaint­ed bolts under the car. Just over 1400 of these Con­vert­ibles were made and only a few of those were 4-speeds like this one. Sold only in the states it was a spe­cial ver­sion of the Impala SS but curi­ous­ly was not badged Ima­pala any­where. When Brody found the car in the Mid­west, it was prob­a­bly too far gone to be restored and the orig­i­nal dri­ve train had been sold to a hot rod­der in New York decades before.

Against all odds, the orig­i­nal dri­ve train was still owned by the hot rod­der who had not got­ten around to installing it so he was will­ing to sell this amaz­ing 427 pow­er­plant. Find­ing many “New Old Stock” orig­i­nal parts to com­plete the restora­tion took a lot of time, but the fin­ished result is stun­ning. The car is paint­ed its orig­i­nal bur­gundy colour and  daz­zles  in the sun but where fired up you know that on the road or track is where it real­ly shines.


Prob­a­bly the best part of Cres­cent Beach Con­cours show was that this amaz­ing SS 427 was going to final­ly get to see the road after a year as a pam­pered show car. Imag­ine own­ing a spe­cial car that you restore to per­fec­tion, but can­not dri­ve it because it is more impor­tant to have it seen first. That is the ulti­mate tes­ta­ment of ded­i­ca­tion to the car hob­by and those of us that love cars have to be thank­ful for all those that take the time to give us some­thing over the top to feast our eyes on!!!  ”

Emcon Fri­day & Sat­ur­day Sept 6–7 2013 The 2013 Queen City Cruise
Pre­sent­ed by the Nel­son Road Kings Car Club.
Fri­day Sep­tem­ber 9th “CARDI-GRAS” City Wide Par­ty!
Starts at Bogus Town with parade at 6pm to Down­town core.
Sat­ur­day Show: 10a.m. to 4p.m. Spec­ta­tors Free
Sat­ur­day 9a.m. Reg­is­tra­tion for the Show and Shine (Bak­er Street) $20 per Vehi­cle, Open to all vehi­cles.
Info:250 352 6843 info@nelsonroadkings.com


Sat­ur­day Sept 7 2013 Lan­g­ley Good Times Cruise-In, down­town Lan­g­ley.
The Cruise-In has become one of the largest mixed car shows in Cana­da.
Show: 9a.m. to 6p.m. Spec­ta­tors Free
Cars can still reg­is­ter on Sept 7th at Kwantlen Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege 5a.m. to
10a.m., cost is $35
Spec­ta­tor Park­ing at Kwantlen Col­lege, Glover Road Lan­g­ley.
Shut­tles to show in Down­town core and Dou­glas Park
Sun­day Swap­meet in Kwantlen Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege Park­ing Lot. ( High­way 10 and Glover Road )
Time - 8AM3PM $2.00 per per­son
Swap Meet Ven­dors — $20.00 per stall Car Corall - $20.00 per vehi­cle ( Pay at gate )
604 530‑6656

Sept 7th and 8th 2013 Lux­u­ry Super­car & Con­cours d’Elegance Week­end
at Van Dusen Botan­i­cal Gar­dens
Show: 11a.m. — 5p.m. Rain or Shine
Semi For­mal Attire encour­aged. No Chil­dren under 10
Box office open 10a.m. to 4:30p.m.
Tick­ets VIP Tick­et (One Day Pass): $100 Includes HST
Gen­er­al Admis­sion Tick­et (One Day Pass): $50 Includes HST
Pre-reg­is­tered vehi­cles only.
Van­Dusen Botan­i­cal Gar­den  5251 Oak Street, Van­cou­ver
Info: 1–888-676‑7661 info@luxurysupercar.com

Emcon Sun­day Sept 8th 2013 New­ton Boys 26th Annu­al Hot Rod Run Show & Shine
Show 9a.m. to 5p.m. Spec­ta­tors Free
Reg: 9 a.m. to noon Open to pre -70 vehi­cles,
$12 Reg­is­tra­tion includes a ham­burg­er and a bev­er­age.
Top Fuel Nitro Drag­ster + Fun­ny Car Demo
Rusty’s Neigh­bour­hood Pub 17770 #10 high­way Cloverdale
info: 604 574‑5512.rustyspub@gmail.com

Emcon Sun­day Sep­tem­ber 8, 2013 Cat & Fid­dle Pub Car Show Hogs N Rods.
Show: 10a.m. until 4p.m. Spec­ta­tors Free
Reg: fee is $15 Open to all vehi­cles
1979 Brown Street Port Coquit­lam
Info: Randy Don­cast­er 604–649-4823
Shirley at (604) 318‑0924 catandfiddlepub@shaw.ca

Web­con Sun­day Sept 8th 2013 Fras­er Val­ley British Motor Club
20th Annu­al All British Car and Motor­cy­cle Pic­nic.
Show: 10a.m. to 3p.m. Spec­ta­tors Free
Reg: $10 per British Gates open at 10a.m.
Awards at 2:30p.m.
Hougen Park, Abbots­ford (Exit 99 from Hwy #1, east of Abbots­ford, fol­low signs)
Info: antak@uniserve.com

Emcon Sun­day, Sep­tem­ber 8, 2013 14th Annu­al “HOG WILDABOUT READING
Motor­cy­cle Ride for lit­er­a­cy 5-stop scrab­ble ride
“All makes & mod­els wel­come” — cars too!  Rain or shine.
Orga­nized by Tri-Cities Harley Own­ers Group, Barnes Harley-David­son® & the Boule­vard Casi­no
Lit­er­a­cy Motor­cy­cle Ride to pro­mote read­ing and to buy new books for SD43 School Libraries.
Starts at the Boule­vard Casi­no, Back Stage Grill, Park­ing Lot, 2080 Unit­ed Boule­vard, Coquit­lam
Reg­is­tra­tion: 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Boule­vard Casi­no, 2080 Unit­ed Boule­vard, Coquit­lam
By Dona­tion.  $25 Dona­tion gets you a tax receipt and entry for great prizes.
Reg­is­tra­tion: 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Boule­vard Casi­no, 2080 Unit­ed Boule­vard, Coquit­lam
By Dona­tion.  $25 Dona­tion gets you a tax receipt and entry for great prizes.
Starts at 9:30 am, stops for lunch at Har­ri­son Hot Springs, and fin­ish­es by 3:15 at Barnes Harley­David­son®, Lan­g­ley, 200th & Hwy 1.  Every­one who has donat­ed $25 or more is entered for the Grand Prize, a week­end for two at Har­ri­son Hot Springs.  Lots of addi­tion­al prizes!
Info: 604–534-6044 marketing@barneshd.com George Dob­son skidob@shaw.ca (Tri-Cities HOG Chap­ter)

Web­con Sun­day Sept. 8th 2013 19th Annu­al “Eng­lish Car Affair in the Park” Show:

10a.m. to 3p.m. Reg­u­lar Park admis­sion applies to spec­ta­tors
Reg­is­tra­tion: $15 for first vehi­cle $5 for each addi­tion­al Fam­i­ly vehi­cle
All vehi­cles must be in place by 9:30am, Vehi­cles may not be removed until 3:00pm,
“Cel­e­brat­ing 100 years of Mor­ris ”
Fort Rodd Hill Park Vic­to­ria, B. C.
Info: 250–656-3128 info@oecc.ca

2013  MEGA FORD WEEKEND Drag Rac­ing and Car Show
Races and Show:Gates open at 9a.m. for Fords only. Awards at 2:30pm
Spec­ta­tor Entry – $10 per day Chil­dren 12 and under are free
Mis­sion Race­way Park , B.C.
Drags, drags and more drags on both the Sat­ur­day and Sun­day. All the top local rac­ers will be out. Open to all Fords
Sun­day, the Galax­ie Club is orga­niz­ing a show and shine at the track.
Mis­sion Race­way Park Mis­sion B.C.


Sept 6 2013 Fri night Mopac Per­for­mance Street Legal #14
Mis­sion Race­way Park Drag Rac­ing
Rac­ing starts at 5:30 p.m. and ends at approx. 11:00 p.m. (weath­er per­mit­ting).
Admis­sion: Spec­ta­tor  $5.00 Chil­dren 12 and under FREE with an adult
Mis­sion B.C.
info: 604–826-6315  1 877–826-6315 info@missionraceway.com

Emcon Sep­tem­ber 7   Agas­siz Speed­way Fan Appre­ci­a­tion Night
Class­es Rac­ing: Late Mod­el Sports­man, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks,
Hor­nets & Midgets
Time: Gate opens at 4:30 p.m.; Time tri­als: 5:30 p.m.; Rac­ing starts at 7 p.m.
Admis­sions (cash only): Adult $12; Senior (60+) $10; Youth (13–18) $10; Child (7–12) $5; 6 & under free
5045 Ceme­tery Rd., Agas­siz, B.C.  Info: 604–792-FAST or
Tom Bald­win at 604–796-9383 or tbaldwin@telus.net

Sept 8th Sarato­ga Speed­way 3/8 mile D shaped paved oval
locat­ed north of Courte­nay,
Autocross,   Vehi­cle Saftey Check is at 3 pm, autocross to fol­low.  Event goes Rain or Shine, Cost $40.00 car and dri­ver.  Pit pass­es $12.00.  For more infor­ma­tion on auto cross, con­tact Aaron, aaronjcraig@shaw.ca

web­con Sept 7 2013 Pen­tic­ton Speed­way Oval Rac­ing
Rac­ing starts at 7pm
Admis­sion: Adults: $15 / Youth & Senior: $12 / Chil­dren under 10: FREE with adult
2070 Car­mi Ave – just a few min­utes past the hos­pi­tal up Car­mi Ave
(full direc­tions on website)Penticton B.C.
info: 250 809 9117 speedway17@shaw.ca

FIND CAM HUTCHINS  or e-mail: camhutchins@shaw.ca  


Thanks, Cam. It’s Always Fun.

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