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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.

Kasprzyk is the driving force behind Kasper’s Inside Rides, a thriving custom upholstery shop based in Waterford, Wisconsin
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Don Kasprzyk is the driving force behind Kasper’s Inside Rides, a thriving custom upholstery shop based in Waterford, Wisconsin...
NEW Motorama Motorsports Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin
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A whole slate of aftermarket suppliers welcomed visitors to Shopko Hall & Brown County Arena April 1-3 for the NEW Motorama Motorsports Expo in Green Bay, Wisconsin...
Britain's first Triumph model
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The meeting agenda includes daily business seminars, a tour of JD’s British Car...
1956 Bel Air Tri-Five sedan displayed by Danchuck at the 2015 SEMA Show
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Several Tri-Five Chevys garnered some serious attention at November’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas...
Seinfeld's three Porches are valued at almost $10 million. Image courtesy of Gooding & Company. Photo by Mathieu Heurtault.
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Gooding & Co. will be handling the sale of cars owned by comedian Jerry Seinfeld...
LMC Truck currently publishes over 33 catalogs and carries over 30,000 parts for trucks...
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LMC Truck currently publishes over 33 catalogs and carries over 30,000 parts for trucks...
NEW Motorama Motorsports Expo
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Rick Paulick, the organizer of the Northeast Wisconsin Motorama in Green Bay, Wisconsin has signed on retailer Toys For Trucks...
Fifth Avenue
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Randy Rundle's business in the middle of Clay Center, Kansas is a mystery to the local citizenry.
John Force (left) and Robert Hight, pictured, will be wearing new 2016 Simpson safety equipment next season
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The John Force Racing team has been protected by helmets and other gear made by the same company for over 40 years..
1946 Willys CJ-2A owned by Omix-ADA is fitted as a Farm Jeep
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During World War II, Willys cranked out thousands of Army Jeeps. But, the company knew the war wouldn’t last forever...

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