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This article details the work of a woman's father, who had an affinity for fixing cars.
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31076
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Steve Stillwell, of Huntersville, North Carolina, organized the American Austin Bantam Car Club’s 43rd national meeting in the Lake Norman area. Owners of these tiny antique automobiles came together for a car showing and to learn about car restoration. This article provides a history of the Austins’ and Bantams’ car manufacturing, and Stillwell’s experience in restoring several of the original models.
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31736
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The Carolina Antique Auto Club in Raleigh allows old car addicts to show off their restored cars and get advice on problems in restoration. Members of the auto club discuss the hobby of restoring old cars.
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34869
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Founded in 1961, the Fayetteville Model A Club was created for vintage car enthusiasts. This article details four members of the club, their collections, and what it takes to keep historic cars in working order. For each of the owners, the cars represent a unique aspect of history. Keeping them running and in shows is a way of connecting with the past. Many of these members actively show their cars in events such as the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , July/August 2016, p12-18, il, por Periodical Website
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