Rich drove our girl to Rio Vista to participate in their 2nd Annual Community Christmas Parade on December 5. It was a lovely night and the car got plenty of attention! To watch Rich’s video of the parade, click HERE.
Please stop by tomorrow anytime between 4 and 8 PM at Two Brothers Winery in Keller to support the Peace Officers Angels Foundation (POAF). We will have our new challenge coins for sale, our POAF mascot 1937 Police Car there, our thin blue line shawls, and of course, our POAF t-shirts! Come and buy one of our Get Well Bears, … Continue reading Come See Us on December 1 in Keller
Join us on Friday, 11/13!
We’ll be at the Hot Rods and Heroes Motor Festival on October 18, 2020! Come out and see us! The Festival is from 2pm – 6pm Lost Oak Winery – 8101 County Road 802, Burleson, TX 76028 For more information, visit CT100.org or cara@CT100.org
FBC Covington, 10549 State Highway 171, Covington, TX 76636 9am – 3pm
After a fairly long sleep, the ’37 is starting to go out and support law enforcement and to thrill audiences with its “Bonnie and Clyde” motif! Here’s what’s up next: October 3, 2020: Shannon Brewery Saturday Open House 818 N Main St, Keller, TX 76248 12pm – ? October 9, 2020: Dining for Heroes at Cafe … Continue reading Stretching her legs for charity
This show on August 22 benefitted the Chisholm Trail 100 Club. About the Club: The Chisholm Trail 100 Club was started in 2009 when citizens of Johnson County, Texas joined together to create a non-profit organization to support the emergency personnel in our area. The idea has spread like wildfire through both the business and … Continue reading Hot Rods and Heroes!
This event was held on July 25, 2020. For more information about the show, visit http://www.cowtownmopars.com/.
We are proud to be a part of the BACK THE BLUE celebration on June 8 at Globe Life Park! Please join us in person or via Skype. All safety precautions will be in force.
While so many fireworks shows getting canceled, it was our privilege to go out to The Depot in Cleburne and display the car before the fireworks show, which took place as usual, with the usual COVID caveats. We hope you had a great real (or virtual) Independence Day!