This gallery contains images and descriptions of club members cars.
Turnell's 66 Chevelle Malibu
My car is a 66 Chevelle Malibu. It was ordered out of Detroit Michigan by my dad in 1966. He passed it down to me in 2004. Since then I had the body and interior restored, upgraded to front disc brakes, suspension work and just recently put in power steering and restored my 327 Small block.
My father passed away last March and unfortunately didn't see the full restoration but I know he would be proud and happy to know I am taking good care of her and keeping it in the family.
Rob Morrow's 1972 Pontiac
1972 Pontiac Catalina Convertible Owner Rob Morrow
400 cu. in. engine, Edelbrock heads 2 bbl. carburetor, Dual exhaust
Assembled in Pontiac, MI.
Randy H's Cool Toys
1. 1967 Hahn Model C-12 custom pumper. Powered by a Detroit Diesel 6-71 engine. Has a 1250 gpm fire pump and a 500 gallon water tank. Originally owned by Falls Church, VA. Restored by me in 2014
1967 Ford F750-Oren pumper. Powered by a 361 cid V8. Has a 750gpm fire pump and 500 gallon water tank. Originally owned by Fairlawn VFD in Radford, VA
1964 VW Bug. Powered by original 1300 cc engine (pic coming soon)
Mr Rick P
1992 Pontiac Grand Prix (Richard Petty Edition). I am the second owner and currently the car has 5,500 original miles. The car was purchased new in Winchester VA and the original owner took delivery of the vehicle at Martinsville Speedway. The car was autographed by Richard Petty. There were 1000 total units produced, 333 Red, 333 White and 334 in Blue. The three colors used were his long time sponsor STP. This year the car has won 11 awards at both local and long distance shows. The car is all original including the paint and interior.
Todd Schimmel 41 Chevy - 72 Chevy
Phil and Lisa Ray
1972 Datsun 240Z ("Lucy")
It was a one-owner when I purchased it in April, 2015 from Greensboro, NC. The color is code 110 Red (Persimmon) with a White interior. Less than 3% of all 240Zs were built in this color combination making it a fairly rare color. It maintains the original 2.4L straight 6 engine that produced 151 hp. This is my second 240Z since my first car in 1975 was a White 1972 240Z with a Red interior. It always draws a huge crowd at car shows since almost everyone appears to have owned a 240Z at some point in their life.
1965 Austin Healey 3000 MK III, BJ8 ("Victoria")
I purchased it in January 2018 from Henderson, NV in the suburbs of Las Vegas. It is the original Black color with Red leather interior. It maintains its original 2.9 L straight 6 engine that produced 150 hp linked to the original four-speed manual transmission with electric over-drive. It's a well-traveled vehicle, having been owned in Washington DC, The Virgin Islands, Massachusetts, Florida, Nevada and now Virginia. It gets a lot of love at car shows and always draws a crowd.
1969 Dodge A100 pickup truck ("Trixie")
Built from 1964 to 1970, it was one of the many Cab Over Engine (COE) models available in the United States. It's a unique driving experience since the driver essentially sits right over the front wheels and the engine is located between the seats. It has a re-built date code matching 318 C.I. engine producing 320 hp and is linked to a Chrysler 727 automatic transmission. This truck spent most of its life as a utility truck in the Sacramento, CA area. I purchased it from Sacramento in June, 2012 and it has been undergoing a full rotisserie restoration for nearly six years. The truck is currently in the painting process to be followed by final assembly. Most people believe it's a van that was converted into a pickup truck. Scooby Doo would never approve of that.
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T ("Betty")
It is powered by a 383 C.I. Magnum engine producing 335 hp and is linked to a Chrysler 727 Slap-Stik Automatic Transmission. I purchased it in November, 2003 from Clearwater, FL. The car was originally Metallic Green with a White vinyl top, White side stripes and a Green interior. A previous owner converted it to White. It has been a long-term project to bring it to the current condition. In 2011, I stripped the interior down to the floorboards and did a complete restoration as well as restoring the engine compartment.
1966 Volvo 1800S ("Ingrid")
Built initially in England and then in Sweden, the 1800 is Volvo's first ever produced sports car after the P1900 project was cancelled. I purchased this 1800S from South China, ME in June, 2018. It maintains its original B18 1.8L inline 4-cylinder engine that produces 115 hp, and is linked to a four speed manual transmission with electric over-drive. Made famous by Roger Moore in the TV show The Saint, the 1800 is very popular and durable. Long time owner Irv Gordon set a record by driving his 1800 over 3 million miles with the original engine. This 1800S was originally Lt Blue with a Black interior. It will soon be sent to be restored back to its original show room condition.
1992 Ducati 907 IE “Paso”
I have owned this car since 1986, it sat for many years during my military time. The car was rebuilt in my garage about 5 years ago, This was a labor of love and commitment, Built for performance over originality. Pontiac 400 stroked to a 461 with an overdrive transmission. Current 1/4 mile of 11.97.