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The 2nd Annual Labor Day 'Run'dezvous Car Show
September 4, 2000.

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'57 Bel-Air with 502 cubic inches of get up and go. Three Kruzers taking a breather during judging. It happened by accident, but these two Mopars were perfectly place next to one another. Not too sunny, not to cloudy.  Just right for a car show. Old with a touch of new The red paint on this coupe really stood out in the seas of grass and trees. It takes a special vehicle to pull off yellow.  This pickup does it superbly. This Model-A took home the Best Unfinished award, which included a nice plaque and $50 cash. The classis shoebox--'55 Chevrolet. Ready for an elegant picnic in the country afer a relaxing drive in the beautiful coupe. When was the last time you saw a '55 Chevy convertible? Is this how Ford vs. Chevy got started? You've just got to love the old two-tone paint schemes of the 50's. This old Impala was built in retro style.  Cut-outs, baby moons, 3-dueces on a 348...too cool. Don't those old 'W' motors just look tough?  Especially this 348 topped iwth 3 2bb. carbs. When the crowd got hungry, the Kruzers were there to feed them.  Thanks to the club members and especially the wives! Registration--we couldn't have pulled off the show without our wives and girlfriends.  Thanks! Just a portion of the cars at the 'Run'dezvous.
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