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Category Archives: Plate of the Week
The Mustang Club of St. Louis had a great turnout at the first car show of the season. With temps in the high 40s, we met early offsite, then cascaded down Dougherty Ferry to The Museum of Transportation. Tops were … Continue reading
The annual St. Louis Saint Patrick’s Day Parade was held on Saturday, 3/12. Being a rain or shine event meant no complaints about the forecasted weather. A forecast that proved to be correct on the only day parade folks … Continue reading
Not certain how long ago that was taken, but we sure did have fun driving around together. Now these wonderful young men are all grown up with cars of their own. Jon’s next car! Finally, here’s a true Throw Back!
This will always be my plate of the week on this day.
Just a couple of plate shots from the car show at Chik-fil-a this past Friday night.
Not the best picture, but unique Plate of the Week nonetheless. I spotted this Jeep while driving down Route 66 (now called Watson Road) on my way home from work. Gloomy and sunless weather just like the kind you’ll find … Continue reading
It’s the Year of the Horse according to the Chinese. However, we auto enthusiasts might look at it a bit differently. A horse with four legs is fine for cowboys, rodeo riders, and the like. The kind that gets my … Continue reading
A big thank you to good friend Doug at http://rubbermalletconsulting.wordpress.com/ for sending me the following video via Facebook. Its a fun little showing of a 1965 Mustang simply having fun on a drag strip. Not a bad “plate of the … Continue reading