The Weeny Award changes hands from Roger Reger to Jeff Timonier. On the way to the NSRA Street Rod Nationals East, Jeff and Mary’s award winning ‘55 Buick broke down on I-64 near Williamsburg, VA. They were lucky to find a rod shop, Bad Company, Inc, 251-B Industrial Blvd, Toano, VA. They helped them repair the front brake caliper bracket. However, since they had to be towed off of I-64 and held the group up, they received the Weeny Award.

Wayne and Sharon Pierce just purchased a 1954 Chevy Bel Air. Can't wait to see them cruising with the Knights in the new car!       

George and Bette are the proud new owners  of this Mercury two door. Missed it in Daytona but found it listed in the paper near home and were lucky to see it first as others arrived to purchase it at the same time. It has chevy drive train and a roll and pleat interior with a/c . Good to see them crusing again. 
            Congrats to Mike and Susan for their new addition to the fleet a 41 Cadillac Sedanette. Found this beauty at the Frog Follies and had to take her home. Got a blue printed 500cu caddy motor and 200r trans what a sweet ride.
                  Roger and Bev Reger's new toy I think its a 1948 Chevy 9' bed truck a rare bird. I'm sure he's got a neat plan for it. Congrats kids
            Jeff and Mary's 55 Buick is done and was asked to be displayed at a paint supply house in Oldsmar for Kempearle the new supplier for BASF, RM and Diamont paints. They had a celebrity guest, Chip Foose, who viewed the car and even sat in it. Also a big surprise was the quick rendering he did of the car on a shirt for them.          

Congrats to Mike and Susan on their newest ride a 40 Ford pickup

 Now we know what Santa drives in the off season, I knew he was a street rodder at heart.

                           April 2015 Thomasville Georgia

  Seven street rods and ten families went for a relaxing weekend.
Great accommodations and planned activities for a wonderful time.
There will be more times like this don't miss the next one you will
have a good time. 



Plus you never know what you will see at a parade in Georgia, note the pet on the leash.



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