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Bird Nest
1958-66 Ford Thunderbird Parts
1091 Willamette Falls Drive
West Linn, OR 97068
971 233-9000


Auto Repair Manuals & history books
4850 37th Ave South
Seattle, WA 98118
206 721 3007/888 380 9277


Creating Exciting Car Show Events
Mail only: 2151 Griffin
Enumclaw, WA 98022
206 354 3152


Cliff's Classic Chev Parts
Quality parts 1955-57 Cars & 55-59 Trucks
619 SE 202nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97233
503 667 4329

  Cruz'n Essentials
Car Care Essentials
912 NE Donelson Road
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503 680 4661

Drager's Intl Classic Sales
Classsic Car, Truck, Motorcycle Sales
18805 Aurora Avenue North.
Seattle, WA 98133
206 533 9600


The Filling Station
Quality Chev & GM Parts
990 South Second Street
Lebanon, OR 97355
800 841 6622


Graffiti Alley
Restoration Parts & Supplies
675 River Road
Eugene, OR 97404
541 689 7334


It's A Classic
High Class Die-Cast
7550 SE Michael Drive
Milwaukie, OR 97222
541 689 7334


Jack's Specialty Parts
909 NE Cleveland Avenue
Gresham, OR 97030
503 667 1725


LeMay Family Collection @Marymount
Car Lover's Heaven
325 152nd Street East
Tacoma, WA 98445
253 272 2336


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


Port Book & News
75,000 Books Plus
104 East Front Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
360 452 6367


Early Ford Parts
551 Edison Road NE
Silverton, OR 97381
503 873 5427


Nostalgic & Retro Merchandise
2902 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA 98201
206 381 3500


Vintage Motorbooks
Automobile Books and Literature
PO Box 25537
Portland, OR 97298
503 292 7747


...and from vendors
at swap meets and car shows.

Student Cars

High School and College Students Events

Student Cars & Shows


Jun 2 — Shel­ton, WA; Mason Coun­ty For­est Fes­ti­val Car Show-Off
Olympic High­way North, Shel­ton, WA 98584; 8:00am — 3:00pm; No Adm. Fee; Reg. Fee — $15; Shel­ton High School NJROTC Boost­er Club; 360 229 1889; njrotcboosterclub@gmail.com

Jun 8 — Mount Ver­non, WA; Skag­it Val­ley Col­lege Car Show
Skag­it Val­ley Col­lege, 2405 E Col­lege Way, Mount Ver­non, WA 98273; 8:00am — 3:00pm; No Adm. Fee; Reg. Fee — $10; Skag­it Val­ley Col­lege Auto­mo­tive Club; 360 416 7661; scott.hall@skagit.edu


Rear View Mirror (A-H)



In the Rearview Mirror:







High School Students Organize and Host Small Town Show


Country town’s high school students grow a car show



ACE: Auto­mo­bile Club of Echo High School

By:  Eme­line Den­ning


Echo Car Show, slat­ed for May 25 in down­town his­tor­i­cal Echo, Ore­gon that is spon­sored and orga­nized by the stu­dent car club will have 15 entry class­es plus “At least I have a car” class.


ACE-Echo Student Car

Although Echo High School may be small, it has its own stu­dent car club.  With less than 150 high school stu­dents in a town of about 700-plus,  Echo school is a small K-12 dis­trict locat­ed 20 miles west of Pendle­ton, Ore­gon.  It may be small but it still pos­sess­es a lot of activ­i­ty.  The ACE Car Club was formed in 2002 when the now-retired shop teacher, Mr. Olsen, was approached by three stu­dents that had an inter­est in cars and want­ed to start a club.

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Though Echo High School has no auto­mo­tive pro­gram, the club has been well received over the past 10 years with mem­ber num­bers vary­ing from 4 to 15 depend­ing on the year. Stu­dents are giv­en the oppor­tu­ni­ty to work on their own vehi­cles and oth­ers that are donat­ed by the local com­mu­ni­ty.  The stu­dent also do local fundrais­ers to finance club out­ings to local drag strips, car shows and what has become an annu­al trip to the Port­land Road­ster Show, as well as the expe­ri­ence of work­ing togeth­er to cre­ate what has become a very suc­cess­ful car show.


The club’s first car show was held in front of the school in 2005 with six stu­dent and teacher’s cars on dis­play dur­ing school hours. Every year more cars were invit­ed. In 2011, the show had grown too large to hold in front of the school and was moved to the foot­ball field;  local car clubs were asked to join. That year pro­duced 22 cars. At the end of the show, the club was approached by local busi­ness own­ers and the city about hold­ing the show down town in 2012.

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In 2012, the club had only four mem­bers and the future of the club was ques­tion­able, how­ev­er; the mem­bers were ded­i­cat­ed. After Christ­mas break, plan­ning start­ed for what would be their biggest car show to date. Stu­dents sharp­ened their weld­ing skills mak­ing tro­phies out of old car parts donat­ed by sup­port­ers. Fly­ers were made and with the help of the city, local busi­ness­es, cur­rent Ag teacher Chel­cee Noland and par­ent vol­un­teer Rick Den­ning, the show proved to be a huge suc­cess.

The proof was in the result of the 51 cars that par­tic­i­pat­ed. The car show also gave the foot­ball and vol­ley­ball teams an oppor­tu­ni­ty to fundraise for camps. The foot­ball team served burg­ers and hot dogs while the vol­ley­ball team served refresh­ments (which they will be doing again this year).

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This year the club has 14 mem­bers and has had an event­ful year! The club made a trip to the Wal­la Wal­la drag strip in the fall and has per­formed ser­vice to the com­mu­ni­ty by mak­ing repairs on the Ceme­tery district’s pick­up (bring­ing it back to life so to speak). As spring approach­es plans are in the works to have Les Schwab Tires come to the school and do a tire sem­i­nar for all of the stu­dents.

ACE_Echo Car-Umatilla students

The Car Show plan­ning is in the works! Tro­phies are being made, fly­ers are made, being mailed and post­ed. It’s just around the cor­ner. Stu­dents and car enthu­si­asts are all look­ing for­ward to the show!


Car enthu­si­asts can  sup­port Echo stu­dents by bring­ing their cars out to the show on May 25. Con­tact Echo High School at 541 376 8436 or Rick Den­ning, ACE parent/volunteer at 541 571 4417 for details or vis­it www.facebook.com/ACEAutomobileClubofEchoHighSchool.


Edi­tors Note:  Eme­line Den­ning,  16 years old, wants to go into jour­nal­ism with a minor in music, sim­ply because she enjoys writ­ing and music.


Rick and his wife, Bren­da,  are the par­ents of both Eme­line and Ryan, age 18, who are both active mem­bers of the ACE Club. Rick, a truck tech­ni­cian uses his spare time to help at the school and car club. “Work­ing with the Club kids is excit­ing for me”, stat­ed Rick. “I’ve watched most of these kids grow up since grade school, and have seen a cou­ple past mem­bers con­tin­ue on in the truck or auto­mo­tive field.” Rick’s next project is help some oth­er car enthu­si­asts start a domes­tic and import club in Her­mis­ton, OR.


Idaho College Students Host Car Show

Cars, pickups and motorcycles, with special entries such as pedal cars, bicycles, wagons, go carts plus models & remote control vehicles.

They have it all indoors in Twin Falls.


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If you are up for some fun and good old fash­ion com­pe­ti­tion, AND like to sup­port auto­mo­tive stu­dents, the Col­lege of South­ern Ida­ho offers you and yours an out­stand­ing oppor­tu­ni­ty on April 26–28.

This show is unique in that it is open to not only cars, pick­ups and motor­cy­cles, but spe­cial entries such as ped­al cars, bicy­cles, wag­ons, go carts plus mod­els & remote con­trol vehi­cles.



The CSI Car Show fea­tures an indoor car show with meals and activ­i­ties for the entrants.


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For spec­ta­tors, sin­gle day admis­sion only $5.00 with three-day pass at $10.00

An out­stand­ing dis­play of the region’s best cars, plus stu­dent cars is fea­tured on the CSI cam­pus in the Expo Cen­ter.


All of the pro­ceeds direct­ly ben­e­fit stu­dents enrolled in auto­mo­tive pro­grams to help enrich their learn­ing expe­ri­ence.


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The CSI Car Show is planned, orga­nized and pre­sent­ed by stu­dents and their advis­ers. This event gives stu­dents the oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn respon­si­bil­i­ty, team work, social skills, and learn from a wealth of knowl­edge pro­vid­ed by you the car enthu­si­asts.


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With shrink­ing bud­gets and state cut­backs the ASEP (Auto­mo­tive) and BSEP (Auto Body) Clubs depend on this car show to raise mon­ey to con­tin­ue projects and their edu­ca­tion in these fields. The mon­ey raised will be used for things such as com­pe­ti­tions, field trips and schol­ar­ships.


The BSEP Club is based upon the school work in the Auto Body Col­li­sion Repair Pro­gram.  Stu­dents par­tic­i­pate in as many events as pos­si­ble each year, but they are sent to co-oper­a­tive edu­ca­tion job sites each year.


ASEP stands for Auto­mo­tive Ser­vice Edu­ca­tion­al Pro­gram.  Every­one that is involved in this club is part of the sec­ond year auto­mo­tive class at C.S.I. The main pur­pose of this club is to help fur­ther stu­dent knowl­edge in the Auto­mo­tive Indus­try. They also offer auto­mo­tive ser­vices to stu­dents and fac­ul­ty on the C.S.I. cam­pus.

CSI-Canyon Bldg

Both auto pro­grams are housed in the Canyon Build­ing with the auto show host­ed near­by at Eldon Evans Expo Cen­ter on cam­pus.


More infor­ma­tion is avail­able at CSI Car Show.


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