(Season 14 EP 40)
This week’s show topics will include:
The townspeople were great and welcomed car enthusiasts.
Last week Captn’ Bob and Arlo were in the little town of Delafield, Wisconsin for a car show. The promoters tried to keep everyone safe through the COVID-19 pandemic. The streets were lined with classics, hot rods, rat rods, super cars, muscle and more. However, many people keep their distances and most wore masks. They did award trophies without gathering everyone together.
Grocery store car show pop ups?
Recently cops were called to break up, what the store manager thought was, a car show. Say what?! There were approximately 6 classic cars in the grocery store parking lot and apparently, they weren’t welcome. Question for all you car guys. Ever drive in a charitable food drive car cruise and meet up with your buddies to shop for items?
Huge Car Guy Garage Sale
Wait until you hear what’s in this garage. The list will be announced on this week’s show. You’re gonna wanna to bring some cash and a big truck. Everything a car guy wants – big or small – will be there.
ADAMM new content contributor
ADAMM is pleased to provide its content for the Hot Rod Radio website. It’s an audience we value and we look forward to a great relationship.
For more than 25 years ADAMM (the Automobile Dealers Association of Metro Milwaukee) has had an editor on staff to plan, assign and edit timely and relevant auto coverage. The first editor was Barbara Tabak, who oversaw several reporters who provided content for several pages each week in the Milwaukee Journal’s Sunday Classified Auto Section. After the Journal and Sentinel merged, the relationship between ADAMM and the new paper continued.
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