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prova275:

Green Valley Raceway… 1964 race program
(love this artwork)

Reblogged from Jim & Chester's Garage
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outsidersbmx:

** Haro Vintage Series of 2014 Complete bikes **
The 1984 Haro Master. It was ahead of its time with leading edge design, now iconic, and forever uniquely Haro. The Master was specifically designed for Flatland riders who wanted to be the best back in the day. 30 years later, those memories are rekindled with the 3 newest Vintage Series rideables from Haro.
PlanetBMX is proud to offer the Haro Vintage Series Master cruisers available in both 24” and 26” wheel sizes. Equipped with features you’ll love such as replica dropouts, headtube gusset, cruiser bar and forks, and original diameter tubing, all made with 100% full 4130 chromoly tubing. Haro then enhanced the ridablility by including features you’d expect today, such as an internal headset, Mid BB, and rear 990’s. 
These bikes feature the new Haro Lineage Signature 3 piece cranks and stem and a polished alloy disc with blue anodized Uni-Directional chain ring. Smoothing out the ride is a 36 hole alloy double wall wheel set complete with blue anodized alloy hubs and a fully adjustable Haro Lineage Pivotal seat and post.
To finish off these Master-Pieces, Haro added, Dia-Compe MX1000 front and Hombre 990 rear brakes, both blue anodized to match and included a pair of cushy ODI Mushroom II grips with blue ribs.
As a special bonus, Haro has teamed up with Skyway to produce a limited edition Tuff Wheels 24” version complete with exclusive blue anodized flanges. 
Reserve yours today at Haro’s # 1 retro bike retail shop- PlanetBMX.com!

Reblogged from OUTSIDERS BMX
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Reblogged from Mopar or No Car
A VIDEO

fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1970 Plymouth Duster 340 Show Car

Reblogged from Fuck Yeah Concept CarZ
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fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1963 Ford Mustang II

Reblogged from Fuck Yeah Concept CarZ
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fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1969 Ford Thunderbird Saturn II

Reblogged from The Oldie But Goodie
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groundclearance:

My favorite car at this year’s Grand National Roadster Show was by far Lee Pratt's restored '55 Nomad mild custom. Jaw dropping would be an understatement.  

Reblogged from The Low Down
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theoldiebutgoodie:

1962 Chevrolet Biscayne & 1961 Pontiac Ventura.

Reblogged from The Oldie But Goodie