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A MONTH FOR CELEBRATING
July marks our Nation's independence with fireworks, cookouts, and summer fun. But did you know that July is also an important month for the car hobbyists? On July 9, 2010, the US Senate passed a resolution recognizing the important role the collector cars have played in American society and to raise awareness to their restoration. It is always held on the second Friday in July.
Normally shows are held specifically to commemorate the National Collector Car Appreciation Day (CCAD), but with Covid still running rampant, that should not stop you from celebration the day.
Drive your classic to work, drive through a drive thru, or just take a spin around the neighborhood. Let the people see your car, especially the classics, and remember the good times that the hobby has afforded us. Encourage your car friends to participate in a local parade through town, honking as you cruise by.
The shows will return soon and the weather will get cooler. We'll be back to normal soon....I sincerely hope so!
If you enjoy FCS, please tell your friends, club members, Facebook friends, and anyone else that loves the automotive hobby. Plus don't forget those businesses that could benefit from the advertising exposure. The website survives off of car show and business banners, so please patronize them whenever possible.
CONSIGNING YOUR CLASSIC
Russ Muller got the lowdown from Jack at Past & Present Motor Cars on how they can sell your classic car.