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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.

The Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show celebrated its 30th anniversary by filling the giant Indiana Convention Center in Ind
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The Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show celebrated its 30th anniversary by filling the giant Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis with cars, tools, parts, machinery and race shop personnel...
Woodgrain by Estes is the only outfit that can woodgrain metal car parts the same way it was done at the factory some 70 years a
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On the way to the PRI Show, John Gunnell made a stop in Lafayette, Indiana, to drop off some 1948 Chrysler Saratoga parts at a small garage that houses a business called Woodgrain by Estes...
A vehicle in the Auto Collection in Vegas, set to close this month
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The Las Vegas classic car attraction that opened in 1981 as the Imperial Palace Auto Collection will close on Dec. 30...
hot-rodded shortie version of a Peterbilt
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From accessorizing a Freightliner with bolt-on chrome bits to making a hot-rodded shortie version of a Peterbilt, some shops are equipped to capitalize…
1963 Studebaker Grand Turismo Hawk on special display in the lobby of the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center during the Muscle
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A bright red 1963 Studebaker Grand Turismo Hawk with a special satin black half top made a return trip to Chicago 55 years after it was first showcased at the Chicago Auto Show...
The ninth annual Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois
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MCACN 2017 retained all the good stuff from previous years and added new attractions...
Toyota Rock Crusher by Freedom High School students
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A few months ago THE SHOP reported on the story of a bunch of Wisconsin kids striving to build a Toyota Rock Crusher truck out of a rusty Toyota 4Runner...
John Gunnell and Team completed a seven-day journey with a 1917 Oakland to raise money for charity
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DAY SIX: Little Engine That Could...
The 1917 Oakland is alive!!
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It hasn’t been easy, but John Gunnell explains why he’s still having a blast on his epic Yellowstone Trail trip…
The 1917 Oakland is getting close to getting back on the road thanks to some help from our friends
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DAY THREE: Lots of Stops, Lots of Friends...

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