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John Gunnell

John Gunnell has been writing about classic cars since 1972. He is also the owner of Gunner’s Great Garage in Manawa, Wis. He owns 11 cars and seven motorcycles.

Joe Molina
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Molina, who remains at the helm of JMPR after selling the company months ago, took some time with THE SHOP to reflect on his career in the aftermarket and some market trends he’s currently monitoring…
A tornado caused significant damage to cars and buildings at Staunton, Illinois-based Country Classic Cars, a classic car dealer
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The tornado battered three buildings and an estimated 100 cars...
Researchers working at the Horseless Carriage Foundation Inc. Automotive Research Library in La Mesa, California
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  The Horseless Carriage Foundation research library features a digital database available to shops dating back to the late 19th century…
The newest build by the Freedom High School Auto Club is this 1975 Chevrolet pickup
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The show is over, but there’s no rest for the Freedom High School students and members of the Freedom High School Auto Club...
Dave Collard of Diamond Deatailing is sold on the advantages of using Ceramic Pro (www.ceramicpro.com) on a show car or an every
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Dave Collard of Diamond Detailing Shop in Green Bay, Wisconsin, gets busy in the first quarter of every year when collectors in Packerland start getting their cars ready to exhibit at the NEW Motorama Show...
Here’s most of the team with the truck.
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The goal of Freedom High School auto studetns was to turn a Rust Belt ’51 Chevy pickup into a show truck that proved that rust can be dealt with one way or another...
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When I arrived at the school’s auto shop on Oct. 3, I immediately noticed that the rear portion of the truck (fenders, cargo box and wood cargo deck)—which had already been pre-assembled—were now mounted on the frame...
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If the Freedom, Wisconsin students can meet their deadline, it will be the second consecutive year of them sending a project truck to the show...
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The imre public relations firm has acquired Los Angeles-based JMPR, a 40-year old staple in the specialty automotive sector...
The cab of the truck had been moved into the school’s high-tech paint booth.
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Revisiting the Advance Design pickup again on Sept. 19, it looked even less finished at a glance. The cab had again been removed from the Chevy S10 frame and the students seemed to be struggling with fitting some of the V-8 engine accessories on the block in the V-6 frame...

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