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News 10 March 2010

Spring is upon us, as is the wettest winter I can remember in the 20+ years I've lived in Arizona. It is also time to think about the spring car shows. Unfortunately, my workload is such that I will probably not be attending any of the SoCal shows this year. I plan to travel out that way several times this spring and summer for other business, though, so if you live in the area and want to take advantage of low-cost personal delivery, get your order in soon!

In case you want car show information, the two big ones I normally try to attend are the Association of Handcrafted Autos show, and the Motorsport "West Coast Nationals." After a couple of decades at Knott's Berry Farm, the AHA show moves to Pomona this year. It will be a one-day show on Saturday, with the Pomona Swap Meet to follow on Sunday. I have only been to Pomona once, and it is a fabulous experience for a car guy.

More information on the show this year is at


Motorsport Auto has not yet posted information on their website (www.zcarparts.com) regarding their show this year. From information that has been circulated, it appears it will be dramatically scaled back. Here is what I have seen so far:

Saturday April 24th 2010, 9AM to 4PM at the store on Collins Ave. in Orange CA. There will be a dyno (registration required) and a BBQ at around noon (RSVP recommended) . The annual garage sale will take place as well during the event. It looks like, in lieu of a formal car show, previous winners are encouraged to bring out their cars for a display. Dyno sign ups and BBQ RSVP's will be availble on MSA's website soon.

Meanwhile, feel free to contact me with updates on what you are doing, or any questions you may have.

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