Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Greg & Gail Wilson’s “Driftwood”

Greg and Gail Wilson’s “Driftwood” is this week’s Meguiar’s Ride of The Week! This 1929 Ford Woodie resides in Louisville, KY and is the result of a life long dream to build a car to go to Detroit’s Autorama to qualify for the BASF Great 8 which it did in 2020. The name “Driftwood” came  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Mike Momb’s 1950 Chevrolet Pickup

Meguiar’s Ride of the Week: Mike Momb’s 1950 Chevrolet Pickup  from Sisseton, SD.  Originally built in Oakland, CA in July 1950. Mike bought the truck 45 years ago from the 2nd owner John Olsen, his father-in-law, for $150. Nice negotiating!!! It had been custom painted using a bucket of blue paint and a 6″ brush.  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Kirby Drake’s 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Meguiar’s Ride of the Week: Kirby Drake’s Road Runner out of Avoca, NE.  This Plymouth was in many pieces (5 loads to be exact) when presented to H&S Dreams in Omaha where it was rebuilt in 18 months. The interior was completed by Mark’s Place in Irvington, NE with Year One original reproduction. Gauges are  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Mike McCormick’s 1940 Chevrolet Sedan

  This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Mike McCormick’s 1940 Chevrolet built by Griffin Automotive Design in Boone Terre, MO. The Sedan, called “Copperhead,” was on the floor at this year’s World of Wheels event in Kansas City. The car is powered by a 6.2L Chevrolet LS engine with Fast Fuel Injection, rides  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Matt & Amy Clark’s 1965 Plymouth Barracuda

  This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Matt and Amy Clark’s awesome 1965 Plymouth Barracuda out of Friendswood, TX. Like last week’s feature, this car was self built with outside assistance on final paint and body as well as interior. How this Barracuda came back to life:  Matt built the car as a  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Galen Esslinger’s 1929 Ford

Those who attended last weekend’s O’Reilly Auto Parts World of Wheels in Omaha got to see this super cool 1929 Ford out of Wichita, KS. The car was home built and is owned by Galen Esslinger. The “Ferris Flyer” this week’s Meguiar’s Ride of The Week! How this car came to be: A few chassis  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Gene Spaziani’s 1966 Chevy II SS

Gene Spaziani’s 1966 Chevy II SS is this week’s Meguiar’s Ride of The Week! We were lucky enough to see his hot rod out of Waxahachie, TX before the Goodyear tires took to the track for the summer. Gene bought the car in 2019 and built it himself. After several months of work on the  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Voss’ 1963 Impala SS

  This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Larry and Lori Voss’ 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS out of Adrian, MN. The journey of this 1963 Impala with the Voss family began in 1971. Larry was 14 year old high school student when he made the purchase. He restored it to driver condition and completed  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Becker ’32 Ford Vicky

  This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Phil and Debbie Becker’s outstanding 1932 Ford Vicky out of Dwight, IL. Phil and Debbie have been showing cars for several years at Autorama, World of Wheels and Cavalcade of Customs as well as outdoor events. Always showing up with some of the best vehicles and  … Read more

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Meguiar’s Ride of The Week – Wierzbicki 1955 Chevrolet 1500

This week’s Meguiar’s Ride of the Week features Ted Wierzbicki’s 1955 Chevrolet 1500 out of Flushing, Ohio. We had the opportunity to meet Ted and see his awesome truck at several World of Wheels, Autorama and Cavalcade of Customs events as he competed in various cities during the 2020 Season. The truck sports PPG paint  … Read more

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