Monday, March 29, 2010

Gearhead Greetings!

Introducing our newest product, greeting cards! While there have been companies around that offered Christmas cards for lovers of all things motorized, we're taking it to a new level with our cards. We are offering everything from Christmas and 4th of July to birthdays and anniversaries. These cards are being printed by another company for us to save costs (they are printed in the USA), and we are offering them for $3.79 with free shipping (free shipping applies only to the cards). Please bear with us while we build this part of our site, as it takes some time to add each card. But in the mean time, swing by and check out what we have to offer so far. We're pretty sure you're not going to find too many Tractor Easter Cards, Motorcycle 4th of July cards or Muscle Car Thanksgiving cards out there! you can find the greeting cards here on our site:

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Spring must be coming

We've had a very long standing joke between us regarding how to tell if spring was coming. We don't worry about the ground hog or the robins. Nope, there's one sure way to tell here. We look for the first Chevelle of spring! Sure, we could make it the first muscle car of spring, or the first hot rod of spring, but somehow, those Chevelles always know. This past week, every day at lunch, a nice red Chevelle with black racing stripes has passed us headed in the opposite direction. I cringe a little when I see it, because there's still a touch of white on the roads (salt). And just recently, a blue one with black racing stripes was spotted out from under it's winter car cover. Sure enough, it seems our favorite predictor of the springtime season hasn't failed us. Spring weather is certainly on it's way, we've seen the first Chevelle of spring! If you're a Chevelle fan, stop by our wallpaper page ( ) for a bigger version of the photo you see in this blog post!

Monday, March 22, 2010

Long time, no post!

Well, it's been a typically long winter here in New York. The cars are still tucked away, because there's still some salt left on the roads, so there hasn't been much to report on that front. We've been busy behind the scenes, working on new designs for the shop. I even dug out a CD of my favorite cruising tunes and grooved along as I designed. Nothing like a little "Still cruisin after all of these years" and "Little Duece Coupe" to get you in the car mood even while the snow falls! "Still cruisin" is my absolute favorite cruising tune. I remember one local DJ used to always start shows with that one. Good times!