(Season 14 EP 37)
This week’s show topics will include:
Wisconsin Hot Rodders and the State Patrol.
Wisconsin Secretary of Transportation Secretary Craig Thompson sent letter to Attorney General Josh Kaul. This was sent because of the legislator’s push to help car owners in the state. Hot Rodders do have an impact.
Here is a portion of the letter that was sent:
“Since these codes went into effect in 1996, there seemed to have been little issue between replica vehicle owners and the WSP for two decades, with problems arising only in the last several years. Since no changes were made to the codes in the last few years, it can only be a matter of interpretation by State Patrol. To that end, we would like to request a formal opinion on this matter from the office of the Attorney General, as to how these codes and statutes are to be interpreted. Citizens of this state who obtain the proper registration and pay their taxes and fees should not be punished for the arbitrary misinterpretation of a State Patrol officer or vehicle inspector.“
Signed by: Adam Neylon, Robert Wittke, Rick Gundrum, Ron Tusler, Mike Kuglitsch, Jim Steineke, Mary Felzkowski, Tyler August, Dave Murphy, Ken Skowronski, Joe Sanfelippo, Dan Knodl, Staush Gruszynski, Rob Swearingen, Stephen Nass, Suey Stroebel, Andre Jacque.
Special thanks to the Wisconsin Specialty Vehicle Alliance.
Greenfield City’s Car Show is postponed.
Soggy Bottom – Due to a week of rain the Greenfield Parks Committee felt the grass surface is to saturated for cars to park on it.
The show will now be held on Saturday, September 20th.
Bernie Adam’s 1934 Ford.
This 1934 3 window Ford Street Rod is for sale. Chopped 3′ Street Beast Body & Frame – 454 – 2X4 Edelbrock -11.5 Comp. Cam Hy Roller- Roller Rockers – 400 Turbo Hydramatic Trans -Ford 9′ with 308 posi- Mustang II front rack – 4 Wheel Dics Brakes – P195/50 15R tires with 15×7 Chrome Wheels – P295/50 15R tires with 15×10 Chrome Wheels – car has a Wisconsin Title for a 34 Ford. For more info…
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