Local Business Owner says Thankyou!
Just want to say THANK YOU VERY MUCH for listing the Rodz and Racin’ Show in Fonda, NY. The show was bigger and better than ever. A few entrants said they seen the ad on this site for the show. This was the second year for the show and we had 106 cars attend. Once […]
Our Very Own Dj John to DJ the 2017 Adirondack Nationals
Cruizin’s founder and operator DJ John spends his spare time as a local Disk Jockey. He tows around his 17′ dj trailer or “Rolling Juke Box” to many area car shows where he plays the hits from the 50’s -80’s. Dj John is not only a fan of music, but also a motor head like […]
Do YOU Have “Car Show Etiquette”
Car Show Etiquette from Auto Roundup.com Car Show Etiquette By Scott Strenzel, aka Scooter Harvey and I have been sitting back at car shows and observing stuff that should be a “given.” But nonetheless, these subjects have got to be covered. We have already covered what to bring to a car show besides a […]
“Cruise In To Summer 8” Raised Over $2000 for The Boys and Girls Club
June 18th The Capital Region Buick Club held their 8th Annual “Cruise In to Summer” Free car cruise at Cook Park in Colonie, NY.. Once again, it was a great success!! Backed by Goldstein Buick and GMC, there were over 150 collector cars, trucks and motorcycles there to support the cause and raised $2055. The […]
St. Judes School Benefit Car Show Hits Home Run!
On April 16th 2016 The St. Jude the Apostle School held their annual fund raiser car show. This is the first year the school did not pay out a large sum of money to have a local “promoter” advertise and organize the show. This is also the first year the show made money! With the […]
The Best way to strip wax for the new car show season
Some detailers will say that Dawn dish-washing liquid is the best way to remove old car wax or paint sealant. While it is true that it removes paint protection, it’s not the best method. Here we’ll tell you why and what to use instead. Dish detergent in general has a high pH, meaning it’s alkaline. […]
Paint & Body Mistakes to Avoid
We know that painting your own car is an expensive and scary undertaking, especially if it’s your first time using a spray gun. Even though most of us consider ourselves Michelangelo when using a rattle can, a professional spray gun can quickly turn you into a bumbling fool. While we are not trying to scare […]
Looking for the Right Way to Wire Up Gauges for Your Classic Chevy?
Gauges are more than just a fashion accessory for your Chevy. They’re also how you track your engine’s vital signs and keep from collecting speeding tickets from the local constabulary. But there’s no reason you can’t have both form and function in one package. Gauges from Classic Instruments have been adorning some of the nation’s […]