2014 Season

May 3rd

A great start for the 2014 cruise-in season in Pilot Mountain, NC. We were at capacity, many new faces from all around and some of the best looking classics for us to enjoy.  We did have one burp! our supplier was unable to deliver the T-shirts as promised, we apologize to all our fans, rest assure, we will have them for the June event.  The logo above will be on the back of the 2014 shirts, another great collectors item.

Ricky Widner’s 1963 Torch Red Falcon Sprint
out of Christiansburg, Virginia
Some of the key features of this fabulous ride are; a 302 punched out to 370 cu. in. producing 680 hp, 13-1 compression running on pure Cam 2 fuel, a 9 inch Ford Diff with 373 gears.  The interior is all original and covered in leather, the dash is custom made.  This is a true work of art I hope you all have the pleasure of seeing in person.

June 7th

Randy Holloway’s 1971 Demon, out of Roanoke, Va., was a real crowd pleaser.
  Powered by a blown 40 over 440 with 8.2 compression, runs on 112 octane fuel

July 5th

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August 2nd


It’s a fact, Pilot Mountain has been blessed, we have great fans, great rides, and good weather.  I know some of you were scared off by the forecasts but the rains never came and we had a beautiful day, very cool for August, I saw many fans in jackets but it made for an even better day.  Jerry told me we never cancel or reschedule, now I know why!

Mike and Kadi Cleary from Bluefield, WV. are the proud owners of this exquisite glass replica of a ’33 Willys

 

September 6th

The threat of rain did keep alot of our cruisers away, it was raining all around us, but we were able to keep it away for most of the day.  Still managed a good turnout of about 250 cars, and many spectators.

October

A great fall day for the season-end event, we had many new comers to Hot Nights Hot Cars, and the fans couldn’t get enough of The Entertainers.

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1948 Chevy Pickup – 350 crate engine – 350 turbo trans –
1957 Chevy rear with leaf springs and a Mustang II frontend
Joe’s project took 41/2 years to complete and was painted in
1999 by Jeff’s Paint & Body of Pilot Mountain