Class of 2009-Sneak Preview #3


**UPDATE** Our fearless retailer, McNally Robinson, is now stocking “Class of 2009” in their online store.  Click Here to order your copy today!

There’s some good news for anyone looking for a convenient way to get their hands on our first book, “Class of 2009.”  McNally Robinson booksellers has agreed to carry this title at their Polo Park and Grant Park stores, as well as their online store.  We’ll have links up as soon as everything is ready to go, making it easier to purchase the book for anyone who can’t make it to a car show or cruise night around Winnipeg.

And now, on to the pictures!

Dodge Musclecars

Kyle's "Blue Flame" Camaro

Paulo Callisto's 1965 Mustang FastbackThis is Paulo Callisto’s super-sleeper 1965 Mustang Fastback.  Everything about this car screams awesome, including the cast-iron modular V8 engine that makes up to 825 horsepower.  Even the subdued grey paint is the same Aston-Martin silver used on several James Bond cars.

Harold Hiebert's 1968 Dodge ChallengerThere’s two kinds of 1968 Dodge Chargers-those that are painted like the General Lee, and those that aren’t.  Harold Hiebert’s vinyl-top beauty definitely isn’t.

Godzilla TorinoThe vanity plate on this Ford Gran Torino sums up the attitude of this big-engined beast.

Three Wise DatsunsThe three wise Datsuns line up against a beautiful prairie sunset at a Pony Corral cruise night.

Pete Kroeker's "California Dreaming"This is Pete Kroeker’s soon-to-be legendary “California Dreaming” 1960 Impala.  Currently in California, the car was painted by none other than Gene Winfield, one of the greatest hot rod builders of our time.

1973 AMC Gremlin XAccording to the sales brochure, ” In 1973, you can  have a fun ride in a compact car.”  According to the owner of this little yellow beast, you can have fun in a compact every day.

Mario BelcikMario Belcik’s 1964 Impala SS lowrider jumps around in ways Kangaroos could only dream of.  Pictured here at the now-demolished Midway Chrysler-Dodge dealer.

That’s it for today, but don’t forget to come back tomorrow for more teasers from “Class of 2009.”  After all, this is only a sample of what you get-just imagine what the rest of the book looks like!

Don’t forget to join the official SundayCruiseFever.com Facebook group.  It’s a great way to meet fellow gearheads & share pictures and now see exclusive car show coverage that you won’t catch anywhere else.  At this moment, you can catch images from last weekend’s MCAAC Swap Meet & Car Show.  Just Click Here to see the great deals you missed, and the awesome rides that showed up to catch them.

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