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- 2010 -

Name: Don Mazzone
Location: Miami, Fla.
Vehicle: 2008 Corvette Z06I enjoy
Date: 01/26/2010

Comments: Scott i find your web site extremely informative to keep up with what is going on in the car show world. THANKS!!!!!!!!!

Name: gary h
Location: long island, ny
Vehicle: 77 Pontiac Can Am
Date: 01/20/2010

Comments: You are so lucky to have warm weather all year long.


- 2009 -

DSC_3398Name: LARRY V.
Vehicle: MCSS "AERO"

Date 10/19/2009:  Man the weather finally broke... Felt good to take the T-tops off run thru the gears at 5-G's letting that cold air slap you in the face. Got the stink eye from a state trooper but he didn't pull me The Benzo show was a good first show - had all the makings of a do over. Lots of great cars good car people steady foot flow throughout the day. Scott kept us all entertained as always good job man. Jack and crew ran another good show everyone had a good time IMO. Thanks Mercedes-Benz Ft. Laud for hosting the show there show-room is something else.... a must visit. Want to post a MIA anyone know where's "John Hardnose" is located....??? my-2

Name: R.J.
Date: 10/19/2009


Name: Dave "webhead" Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '01 SVT Mustang Cobra & '95 Corvette

Date 10/18/2009:  As they say, I'm baaaaaack! After missing a few shows and cruise nights due to travel, it felt great to be back and in attendance at one of "Jumpin Jack's" car shows once again. Today's show at Ft. Lauderdale Mercedes Benz was a relaxing show. Some cars I've never seen before were there, along with the regulars. It amazes me where the cars and trucks come from. There must have been 10 or so cars I have never seen before. Keep coming out to show your cars and trucks, they are truly unique. The management at the dealership was top notch to say the least. They kept walking the show and commenting on how great the cars and trucks were. I know they had a difficult time trying to decide on the "Best of Show" picks. The weather was very pleasant, cool and sunny most of the day with a strong steady breeze. It was nice not to be sweating and dripping on everything. Scott the DJ spun some cool music today, but that is what we expect from Scott. He never lets us down does he? Jumpin Jack and the "green team" was on top of their game today. One of the smoothest shows I've worked. Thanks to all for helping us launch another "NEW" show, without you we would not be growing in the South Florida car show scene. Next weekend is another New show, help us make that show a success also. Say a prayer for our troops, and please bring them home safe and sound. webhead

Name: John Abraham
Location: Boca Raton
Vehicle: HUMMER H2
Date: 10/12/2009

Comments:  Hey Scott. Just wanted to commend you on an excellent job of music at the Palm Beach County Sheriff's car show this weekend and the promptness of your picture posting. The day was outstanding, the food plentiful, the cars awesome and the people very friendly. I and my buddy Brian (yellow flamed out SSR) were fortunate enough to take a people's choice award which made us both feel pretty good, considering our vehicles are of the somewhat newer variety and not loved by some of the classic car guys. Only one comment and that is regardless of the type of vehicle we have, we all share the same love of our cars and that is what makes us all the same but unique as well.. Another great job.. Thanks

Name: paul & eileen maronna
Show: cars of dreams
Date: 10/11/2009

Comments:  scott . thanks for posting photos so quickly. yes the show was great. WAAAY to hot though! but great just the same. john staluppi is quite the host. thanks to all paul & eileen maronna

Name: jumpin jack productions
Show: Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Date: 10/04/2009

Comments:  Thanks to all who attended the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Car Show on Sunday Oct 4th. Because of the great turnout (197 vehicles)... the casino emailed me tonight about a date for a spring show. I am working on that spring date today. The support that I have received thru the large turnout makes my job easier. I say it again... the "free" shows that I do are for all the car people who come out and support my "pay" shows. The "free" shows are my giving back to you, the car community. So again thank you, and hope to see everyone at the Ft.Lauderdale Mercedes-Benz open show Oct 18th, and Promenade shopping center open car show Oct 25th. Thank you! Jumpin Jack Productions

Name: Jb Marshall
Location: West Palm Beach
Vehicle: 1963 Thunderbird
Date: 09/30/2009

Comments: 4th annual Charity Car show at Palm Beach International Airport, Hosted by Signature Flight Support 1500 Perimeter Rd., West palm Beach. Saturday November 7, 2009. Registration includes lunch, dashtag, Tshirt & gift bag. Early reg is $20 We will have Food, a live band and a DJ. Aircraft on display. Spectater choice awards Call Mary Kay or Debbie at 561-478-8700

Vehicle: MCSS "AERO"
Date: 09/09/2009

Comments:  Great Labor Day weekend show. The talk was rain but it turned out to be a beautiful South Florida day. Good day to pull out the old classic and enjoy the day at a car show. Enjoyed we did met up with friends…FREE SHOW, FREE BEER, FREE MOJITO’S, Miller-Lite Girls, Bacardi Girls, 140+ classic cars packed the Seminole parking lot…lot’s of foot traffic filled the lot….wow Jack you did it again! Best show of the year so far IMO. “Jumping Jack Production” came through again the “GREEN GUYS” were on top of everything. Thanks to the Seminole Hollywood team for hosting this fine event….let’s do it again Hollywood. Looking forward to the “Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Show” ….I see Scott the music-man is good call….my 2jpg

Name: Midnight Shadow
Location: Tacoma Washington
Date: 09/07/2009

Comments:  Long time no see. You look great and the website is Fantastic!! Was just cruisin thru it and remembering days gone by. You've come a long way!! Good Luck in all you do.

Name: Dave "webhead" Weber,  Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra


Comments: Lefty's was a blast to say the least. The food was great, the a/c was cold, the show cars/trucks were awesome, and the weather was HOT. Scott the DJ did his normal superb job of taking us back into our childhood with some fantastic music. I can't believe I remember that far back. Thanks Scott. Jack and crew never wilted, even with the heat. The quality of cars was top shelf, some I've never seen before. The Corvette clubs came out in support, thanks for that. The food was very good, as were the soft drinks. Thanks to Lefty's for hosting the show, I hope they run another show in the near future. See you all at the FREE Seminole show this weekend.

Name: Dino From Dover
Location: Rockingham,N.C.
Vehicle: Ford of course!

Date: 08/26/2009

Comments:  CALLING ALL FORMER DOVER DRAG STRIP (Wingdale,N.Y. GUYS...19th Annual Reunion coming up in Danbury...Sept.6 PLUS ...after 35 years ...We're going to have a DOVER RACE! ...Oct.16 at Island Dragway. All info at THERE OWN Headings on forum page at  Dino-Former Trackannouncer, '66-'72

Name: Dave Hurley (Daicorsair)
Location: Maesteg, South Wales, UK.
Vehicle: 1966 Ford Corsair convertable 2000cc & 1967 Ford Corsair 1700cc deluxe

Date: 08/26/2009

Comments:  I'v been going to Florida every year since 1990 and enjoy your classic car and bike shows. keep up the good work, you have some fab photo's on these pages. Thanks Dave.

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber  Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra

Date: 08/26/2009

Comments:  Where did the time go? I was going to write Saturday evening after the Oceans 11 cruise, then Sunday, then Monday. You get the picture right! So here goes, better late than never. My wife of 37 years and I attended the Oceans 11 cruise for the 1st time Saturday evening, what a great time. We are planning for the next one already. This time we are going for a swim. Yes it did rain on the way home, but what the heck. See you at the next one. Webhead

Name: Jammin' Jimmy
Location: Delray Beach
Vehicle: 69 Fairlane Cobra & 71 Olds 98 Hearse
Date: 08/24/2009

Comments:  I enjoyed the Tatoo Show, lots of fun. Soupy has a point, many, many new cars. They're nice, but changes the feel of things. FYI Scott, I did NOT need a booster seat for the Hearse :)

Name: Morgan La Rue
Location: Ft. Lauderdale
Show: 14th Year Tattoo Expo
Date: 08/18/2009

Comments:  Just wanted to say I love seeing you guys out at events. The cars at the Tattoo expo this past Sunday were beautiful. Can't wait to see all of you out and about again some time soon.

Location: BOCA AREA
Date: 08/09/2009


DSC_5799Name: brian allen
Location: parkland

ehicle: 2005 chevy ssr

Date: 07/25/2009

Comments:  What you should know about the SSR. Super Sport Roadster is a concept design by GM, part pickup and part roadster. The front end design and fenders are from the early 50'shevy truck. The frame is from a modern trailblazer and was reduced. The retractable top was added to the hot rod look and was produced by Karmann USA and GM.The SSR is a modern interpretation of nostalgic styling with modern engineering and safety. The 05 and 06 come with a 6.0l aluminum LS-2 engine. Hope that more people will understand that the SSR is new but came from the old fifties fat fender look . I have changed the look even more with the rims and paint. This tuck will become one of the most wanted in the years to come. Thanks

Name: SoupyDSC_10098
Location: Weston, FL

Vehicle: 78 Trans Am - The Bandit & 84 Trans Am - Black Ice
Date: 07/09/2009

Comments:  This probably should go in the forum, and I will post there as well, but I have been wondering whatever happened to the good ole CLASSIC Car Shows that we had in South Florida. Cars 25-30 years old and older. I hear others talking about the disappearance of these shows as well, but no one seems to have an answer, other than the show promoters we all love are going for quantity rather than just quality. I could go on, but I just wanted to bring out this issue in the hope that one of the promoters might have an interest in bringing back the good ole fashioned classic car show.    reply

Name: "webhead" Dave Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL

Date: 06/29/2009

Comments: Happy Monday to All! This past Sunday's Goldfinger Show was one of the nicest shows I've attended/worked in a long time. Sure we missed DJ Scott and his flavor, but his replacement did a very nice job of filling his shoes. We showed 80+ cars and trucks, not bad for the threat of rain --- and it did rain for a short period of time. The food was superb, the new restaurant around the corner opened for us even though it is not "officially" scheduled to open until July 1st. They provided the food for lunch at Goldfinger's, and those that took advantage of it got a great meal. No I did not go back for seconds, that was for ice cream. Thanks to all for attending, it was a hoot. Hope to see you all at Jumpin Jack's next show in Miami Springs on Friday the 3rd of July. Did I mention it is a FREE show. So, from the "green team", see you at the next show. "webhead"

Name: Soupy
Location: Weston, FL
Vehicle: '78 SE Trans Am
Date: 06/28/2009

Comments:  Chalk up another win for Jumpin' Jack, his help & all of the great people from Goldfinger's for making Sunday's Show another Best of the Best for 2009. The rain came at a good time as it helped cool off the weather some, and gave many of us the chance to wipe and dry our cars. Thanks to all that put this show together, and to Eugene for filling in with the music. Soupy

Name: lex, Show: citi centre May 31
Date: 06/27/2009

Comments: From the looks of the photos just posted, if you were not on the center of the mall, you were not at the show at all. Otherwise a good show for all the right reasons.

Name: "Webhead" Dave Weber, Location: Paradise, U.S,A,
Vehicle: '95 Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra

Date: 06/22/2009

Comments:  Sunday's show at Petersons Harley was a gas to say the least. Jumpin Jack filled the lot with some great looking iron. The Harley's out front commanded a long, hard look into some fantastic rides. DJ Scott cranked up some new and some old music to please everyone in the crowd. The BBQ was good even if the line never seemed to move. Small price to pay for good food I guess. Another show that produced some vehicles that don't usually make the rounds of car shows or cruise nights. The judging was especially hard because of the quality of cars in the field, kudos to all in attendance. It is amazing to see a car or truck progress from show to show, a little more detail here, a little more there, until the owner is rewarded with a trophy. That is what the sport needs, more vehicles to come out and be willling to take constructive advice from judges and other car nuts on how to improve his or her ride. Thanks to all for another great show. Looking forward to seeing a huge turnout for the Gold Finger show, brought to you by Jumpin Jack and the green machine crew. Say a prayer for our troops, past and present. "Webhead"

Name: Soupy
Location: Broward Mall Show
Vehicle: 78 Bandit Trans Am

Date: 06/20/2009

Comments:  Russ / Glen / Scott and all of the others responsible for Saturday's show at the Mall... EXCELLENT job yet again. Well run and organized, and best of all, the weather, although freakin' hot, was great too. Any show with no rain fron the time I leave the garage to the time I return is always that much better. Thanks to the Mall for a very decent 1st show. I hope the next one though, has us in a better spot for more Mall traffic, like near one of the main entrances. Soupy


Name: Craig
Location: Daytona Beach
Vehicle: 99 Roadking

Date: 06/08/2009

Comments:  hello from Daytona Beach. Scott congratulations on your up coming 7th year anniversary of Hooters Wednesday Night Bike-Night. I was there when it started can't wait to get back down for this years party. so it's the bottom of the hour that means CRAZY IVAN turn up the radio. They say it is about the ride but with out the destination the ride would never end. please post the date for Hooters Anniversary 2009 Craig

Nice to hear from you Craig!  Lets go riding!!  -Scott

Name: Jumpin Jack Productions
Date: 05/25/2009

Comments:  I want to again thank the classic car community for the amount of cars that showed up for the "Seminole casino Hollywood" car show... 117 plus cars in the rain was an amazing turn out. The casino has assured me that there will be other shows there.  They were very happy. I hope a lot of people won a lot of $$$$$$$$ there. Again, thank you for your support, and see you at the next car show!  Jumpin Jack

Name: "Webhead", Location: P.Pines, FL
Vehicle: '01 SVT Cobra Mustang & '95 Corvette

Date: 05/24/2009

Comments:  Seminole Casino Hollywood show today (Sunday) was another "first show" for Jumpin Jack Productions. The weather was cooperative at the start of the show and provided all with a tremendous sound and light show during the middle stages, only to end the day with great weather. The rain came fast and furious for about 1 hour before giving way to sunshine. Only in Paradise! DJ Scott kept everyone happy with the music as he always does. There were a few new and exciting cars/trucks to check out at this FREE show, along with the regulars that make the car show scene such a wonderful event for the whole family to enjoy. Jack's "jolly green" crew tried to keep everyone happy and hopefully did so. The Casino staff, security, and maintenance people worked on making it fun for all - and they let us gamble too. Hope to see all of you at the next Jumpin Jack Productions car show. We would not have one without you. "webhead"

Name: Tammy Vera / Family Car Club
Location: Miramar
Vehicles: 87 Grand National
00 Mustang GT

Date: 05/22/2009

Comments:  Our family would like to Thank Scott, Russ and Jack for all the work they do to put on these car shows and keep car enthusiasm alive. My husband Juan was an avid participant in the shows, taking the whole family and friends with him. He loved his Buick Grand National and his 2000 Mustang Gt, and before that his Yellow Super Bee Neon. But Juan lost his battle with Colon Cancer on May 17th 2009 and can now only watch from above. Like I said before Thank you for adding enjoyment to his life.

Name: bones bacon
Location: pembroke pines fla
Vehicle: 55 sedandelivery wagon 67nova

Date: 05/19/2009

Comments:  great to see all of my old friends an pictures from all of the car shows keep up the good work scott

Name: Rich Marchese
Location: Davie, Florida
Vehicle: 1984 El Camino Choo Choo

Date: 05/12/2009

Comments:  Scott: Dover Drag strip! Wow JJ is realy dating himself! We used to race there every weekend in the late '60's & 70's when not on the road. Met JJ again at the Coconut Creek show after 38 years and chatted all day about Dover. GREAT SHOW! Keep up the good work. Rich & Becky M&M Speed Davie, Fla.

Name: "Webhead" Dave Weber, Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra

Date: 05/04/2009

Comments:  The Seminole Coconut Creek Casino show was a HUGE success this past Sunday. 230 plus cars and trucks graced us with their presence. The casino management, janitorial and security crew were everpresent during the show. Jumpin Jack and his band of regulars (in the pretty green shirts) did a superb job in directing and judging. Scott the DJ had to raise the bar once again, with such a large area to reach out to Scott more than covered it with ease. How about those trophies! Not only were they good looking but they were heavy to boot. The only sad part was that only 100 cars received trophies and many more were deserving. I can't wait for the Hollywood Seminole Casino show in a few short weeks. Let's try for 300 cars! This was by far the friendliest show I have ever attended and/or worked at in my 7 years here in Florida. Thanks to all who made our job so easy and enjoyable. Now if we could only have you open your hoods for judging! LOL! "webhead

Name: jumpin jack productions
Date: 05/03/2009

Comments:  i want to thank the classic car community and dj scott for such a wonderful show today at seminole casino coconut creek. todays show was 245 cars and all the credit goes out to you the car community for your support, and dj scott for the music he plays and the way he puts the show on his website. the support that i recieve from the car community and dj scott makes my job a lot easier. i will do my best to get venues like the coconut creek casino and other places for the best shows in south florida. thank you again and hope to see you all at the seminole casino hollywood on may 24,2009 10am -4pm thank you jumpin jack

Name: paul & eileen maronna
Vehicle: 03 Z06

Date: 05/03/2009

Comments:  Just a quick thank you for a great show you and Jack put on at the seminole casino today. Saw a lot of old friends and made some new ones. This is what its about ! best regards Paul & Eileen Maronna

DSC_2603Name: Melvin " Melvan " Scott
Location: Ft. Lauderdale , Florida
Vehicle: 1975 Dodge Van
Photo: DSC_2603
Photo2: Festival Flea Market Spring Show 2007

Date: 04/30/2009

Comments:  Hiya Scott , Thanks for all the great music for a beautiful show on a wonderful - sunny day at the " Our Lady Queen Of Heaven " show last Saturday . Your ability to multi-task always amazes me . Thanks again - Melvan

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL

Date: 04/30/2009

Comments:  Scott, Would you be kind enough to post this. Not only for myself but also for the other car lovers (nuts) out there. My passion is cars, I love to wash and wax them, to drive them, and to travel to car shows or cruise nights to display them. While at these shows or cruise nights I love mingling with the other "nuts" and talking about anything from nuts to bolts and everything in between. I also help Jumpin Jack when asked. I park cars or judge them or do both, not for money but for the love of being around cars. I have noticed a sharp decline in respect for others in our car show community. Too much bickering and complaining about trivial things. I have to park where! I can't do this! I can't do that! You want me to do this or that or go where! Why can't we all just get along and enjoy our short time together with friends, or on earth for that matter. I like and enjoy everyone at every show I attend, we are all friends because of our passion with our cars. I won't go to your show because!! I try to go to every show that I am able to attend, not nearly enough but I try anyway. Why can't we all just get along? No offense intended, just an appeal to all of us, myself included. Thank you

Name: Webhead, Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 'Vette A& '01 SVT COBRA Mustang

Date: 04/19/2009

Comments:  Another beautiful day in Paradise here at Maroone Chevrolet in Pembroke Pines. Over 100+ cars jammed the parking lot Sunday for the Maroone show staged by the exciting and talented Jumpin Jack himself, the sales staff at Maroone, Jack's helpers, and the one and only Scott the DJ. The weather was perfect, sunny and warm with a cooling breeze. The car owners were busy putting the final details on their rides, finding a spot in the shade and enjoying each others company. The show was organized, and the spectators got an eyefull of how hard these people work to make their cars spotless and beautiful for all to enjoy. Thanks to all for a nice show, hope to see you all at the next Jumpin Jack show on Sunday, May 3rd. How about those nice new green shirts that the event staff wore. No more hiding for the staff, now we have to earn our bread and water. Say a prayer for our troops and their families. Webhead Weber

Name: AJAX

Date: 04/15/2009


Name: B Burger
Location: Naples
Vehicle: 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Date: 03/31/2009

Comments:  Hey Scott Another great job at the Mopar show at University Dodge.5 of us came over from Naples with our cars and had a great time. This was my 4th time coming and plan on attending every year. You do an awesome job every year. We're all waiting with anticipation for the pictures --I check your site daily---Thanks again Bob Naples, Fl.

Name: Dave "webhead" Weber
Location: P. Pines, FL

Date: 03/11/2009

Comments:  I just found out about Russ, what a shock. Why not see if we can send 1,000 get well wishes to Russ. He helps those in their time of need, now we should support him...we're all God's children. Thanks and get typing. webhead

Russ can be reached at or 954.560.5412

Name: JJ
Location: South Florida
Vehicle: 1964 Dodge Polara 500
Date: 03/09/2009

Comments:  Scott, Confession being good for the soul, I can only lay claim to one of those plaques. Early departures by Rich and his 61 Fury, Lou's 62 Savoy and Larry's 62 Savoy all Mopar Gold Winners, enable you and me to create that shot truth be told.

"Truth be told"...?  No...really???  LOL

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber, Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '01 SVT Mustang Cobra & '95 Corvette

Date: 03/02/2009

Comments:  Another beautiful show in Paradise. Attended the Miramar show on Sunday, another Jumpin Jack whopper of a show. The City of Miramar and its supporting sponsors made everyone feel at home -- again. If you had children and did not attend or visit the show then shame on you. Everything was there to the family man or single person for that matter. The show competed with 3 (actually 4 other) highly advertised shows and still drew 75- 80 cars. A nice turnout considering everything going on. Scott was cracking us up all day long, I think his stomach ached from laughing so much. Thanks for laughs Scott. Jack and staff did a bang-up, thanks Jack. Can't wait for 2010. Webhead

Turns out there were at least (5) competing shows at the same time in South Florida on this date!
(3) Miami / (2) Broward. -Scott

Name: Bob Murphy, Gold Coast British Sports Car Club.
Location: Davie, Florida

Date: 02/25/2009

Comments:  Scott, Another great job at the British Classic. Thought you would like to read the write up by Jeff Zorn of "Little British Car Company out of Michigan. (Not the whole thing, just what he said about our DJ) "Ok now for the fun. Sunday it was just beautiful, about 84 and clear skies and sunny. There were about 170 cars at the show up about 10 from last year (which was the first year at the new location) and everyone seemed to have a great time. Being at a shopping plaza, there were several restaurants where folks could chow down, there was great British music (the best DJ I have heard at a show yet) and lots of cool cars including a barn find DB6. All of South Florida agrees with the guy from Michigan. Thanks again. Murph

Name: Wally Watson
Location: Boca Raton
Vehicle: 1969 Buick Skylark Convertible
Event Location: Boca Raton (Camino Real Location) Draft House

Date: 02/19/2009

Comments:  Trying to start up a new car show at the Draft House 201 W Camino Real in Boca Raton.The date is Saturday March 7th at 5:00-8:00pm.There will be a DJ,15% all food and kids eat free.Please spread the word. Thanks, Wally

Name: steve sonin
Location: Delray Beach
Vehicle: 66mustang
Date: 02/10/2009

Comments:  new in area looking for weekend shows, great webpage thanks guys

Name: Tad Todd
Location: Jupiter, FL
Vehicle: 1969 Jaguar E-Type

Date: 01/28/2009

Comments:  Join us for the third annual WHEELS ACROSS THE POND charity show on Saturday, April 11 in beautiful Jupiter Farms, FL at the Queen Mary British Pub. This year’s show is shaping up to be our best yet and our 2009 benefiting charity is the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary! Enjoy multiple groups of British Cars and Bikes in a scenic rural setting with great camaraderie in a relaxed atmosphere. Prizes awarded for Best Period Dressed, Most Potential, Most Rust, Closest to 100,000 miles, Furthest Traveled and, of course, Best in Class, Best British Bike, and Best in Show by popular vote. Pre-registration prior to March 31 is $6.25 per wheel; $25 per car ($20 for 2nd car) and $12.50 per motorcycle and entitles you to an event shirt, dash plaque, goodie bag and raffle ticket. For complete info, see our dedicated site at   We’ll see you there!

Name: debra toner
Location: palmetto fl 34221
Vehicle: 2008 challenger

Date: 01/27/2009

Comments:  To whom it may concern, Having our 1st car show at peggys corral in Palmetto, fl We are on website at  We can accommodate up to 150 cars. Just wanted to pass the word along if you would like to take a ride, we will have music food vendors and no fees involved. Hope to see some of you here. Thank you -- Peggy's Corral.

Name: Leon Maganza
Location: Boca Raton
Vehicle: 1964 corvette coupe
Date: 01/26/2009

Comments:  usually work on the weekends,but when i can,i go to the shows. this years coconut creek show had a nice turnout and i think a great time was had by all. i'm waiting to see the pictures from the 2009 shows. can you let me know when they;ll be posted.




Ed Morse Sawgrass 3rd Annual Car & Truck Show: 

Wanted to thank "JACK" and his crew, Ed Morse, Renegade Vette club Music-Man Scott for putting on a great show. Well organized everyone with smiles.. Scott even spun some Robin Trower you don't get that at any show. Saw some old and meet new car friends the reg. gang Mike Soupy Nelson Clem Dave AL Mark Jim don't know where Big Al or JR or Anthony were..? It was good to see Ray with GM Express out in force. Even saw Russ walking around in his sundays best. Tried my best to stay away from John Hardisson he was sick as a junk yard dog...guess what no chance lol.
Just kidding John...John's a great guy.

Good times & memories is what I guess I'm trying say here, so Thank You to all that make these show what they are.  This one really stood out as one of my best 5 I've ever attended...THANK YOU!

Name: Bill Mortlock
Location: San Jose, Illinois
Vehicle: 2004 Chevy Silverado Ext. Cab/ Longbed
Date: 01/19/2009

Comments: My best friend Bob Blank in Coral Springs put me on to your site. All I can say is WOW!! This is INCREDIBLE!! Super job & keep up the high quality work you put into all the photos & shows!! Thanks!!


Name: Scott L Argow
Location: Ed Morse Chevrolet
Club: Breathless Performance Corvette Club
Show: Renegade Car Show

Date: 01/13/2009

Comments: Jack your organizational skills were stellar as usual special thanks to The Renegade Corvette Club for making us feel so welcome as well as the Sunshine Corvette Club and Americas Corvette Club. Scott what can I say Great music, great sounds and a real pleasure to be in the same company as you. See you Saturday at the Reflections Show



Name: "Webhead" Dave Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines

Date: 01/11/2009

Comments:  Ed Morse Sawgrass Show. This was another great Jumpin Jack Show. Over 200 great cars. DJ Scott played some new material and it went over well. The Renegade Corvette family did a superb job of hosting and keeping things in motion. A few new faces were seen along with some familiar ones. All in all it was a well run show. Jumpin Jack Productions is the best we have to offer here in South Florida. Great job Jack and crew.

Name: "Webhead" Dave Weber, Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 'Vette & '01 SVT Cobra Mustang

Date: 01/04/2009

Comments:  Attended the Full Throttle Show Saturday evening (January 3rd, 2009). At the start of the show (6pm) over 200 cars had been parked with a long line still waiting to be parked. We met the young man from Puerto Rico that was awarded the wheelchair, what a great kid. What a cool wheelchair. The cars were some of the nicest that I've seen in a long time. The Pro's that came out for the D-G benefit should be congratulated for the time and effort put forth. The Sheehan Autoplex was a kind host to such an event. The foot traffic was some of the most I've seen at any event-where did they all come from. That's all I wanted to say, thanks for reading and have a great year supporting our car shows and cruise nights.


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Name: Dave Weber (webhead)
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 'Vette & '01 SVT Mustang
Date: 12/24/2008

Comments:  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays/Holydays to all of our South Florida car lovers. May peace and happiness be with all of us. Remember our troops and their families this Holy season. Pray for a quick and safe return for all of them. Remember our departed family and friends and their families this season. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year ! webhead

Date: 12/18/2008


DSC_6621Name: Rick Deiters
Location: Miami
Vehicle: Mach 5 Speed Racer

Date: 12/15/2008

Comments:  We had a great time that day, we not only got the first price at raffle, we also got a free dinner at a Spanish restaurant and we got 2 full page article on the local paper for our shop specialized in Pontiac Trans Ams  can't wait for the next show, Thumbs up for Scott!

Name: Fred
Location: Luxembourg / Europe
Date: 12/13/2008

Comments:  Hi guys, I'm just planing a trip through Florida , from December 25 th 2008' until January 7th, 2009'- are there dates of evening cruises or events/ show and shine that you can propose me? Will appreciate your help? Thank you in advance.

Name: Dave Weber "Webhead"
Date: 12/05/2008

Comments:  Scott, I just had to tell you about this one. Yesterday I spoke with Mr. Barry Maguair from Meguair's products. Yep, the man himself. I mentioned your website to him and he said he would check it out. I also mentioned the Festival Car Show this weekend and how we are expecting 800 vehicles or entrants, he was impressed with the total cars for a car show down here. Cool or what. Just wanted to share this with you, wow, the President of Meguair's Products on the phone with little old me. Thanks and keep up the good work. Dave Weber

Name: "Webhead" (Dave Weber)
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '01 SVT Cobra Mustang & ,95 Corvette
Date: 11/30/2008

Comments:  Breathless Performance Show this past Saturday. Scott & Mickey should be congratulated for staging a nice show. The dyno runs were awesome, the free food was delicious, the soda and water were endless and Bert the DJ played some sounds that the others don't usually play. We met some new people and saw some old friends. Great show at a great price and the weather could not have been better. Kudos to all involved, see you at the next one. Webhead

Name: Steven
Location: Germany/Deutschland
Vehicle: 95´Chevy PU K2500, 84`Chevy Caprice Classic
Date: 11/29/2008

Comments:  Thank you very much for all this nice photos!! We visited the CarShow in Miramar and Fort Lauderdale and it was great!!!

Name: GARY
Date: 11/25/2008

Name: The Lindstedt Family (Chris Lindstedt and his wife Julia, Tim Lindstedt and his wife Kim and son Gage.
Location: Orlando and Tampa. Florida
Date: 11/24/2008

Comments:  Our family would like to extend our deepest thanks to all of you that had gotten to know John Lindstedt through this car club. The tribute on your website truly touched all of us to know that he was enjoying his new found hobby with the '57 Chevy. John was a classic car and hot rod enthusiast and his photo captures how he should always be remembered - smiling. Keep on cruisin!

Name: "Webhead" (Dave Weber)
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 Corvette 'vert & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra 'vert

Date: 11/23/2008

Comments:  I attended the New Covenant Car Show yesterday. What a great time. Pastor Jim is a fantastic host and car nut like the rest of us. Rockin Rich was rocking, the food was good and it was cheap to boot. I guess maybe 130-150 cars were there despite the "cold" Florida weather. There were so many helpers that it made the whole experience a pleasant one. Ford's parked with Ford's, 'Vettes with 'Vettes, Mustangs with Mustangs, and so on. I cannot wait until next for the show to, the judges were great, and fair to all. Scott, would you please post that the Hooters Tuesday night Corvette only cruise night is still happening. Some people may think that since Breathless Performance moved on to a Wednesday night and new location that the cruise is dead. Not so. Comments are welcome.

Name: Sean @ Picture Cars, Inc
Location: Boca Raton
Vehicle: too many to list

Date: 11/20/2008

Comments:  Some of you may already know, but for those who don't I provide automobile props for the motion picture and television industry here on the east coast of florida. I just completed the TV show "Burn Notice" season 2 recently. Today I just recieved a call from the people from Ralph Lauren and they are in need of a vintage white conv. for a photo shoot Dec. 11th & 12th in DelRay Beach. If you have or know someone who does have this vehicle please contact me at the above e-mail or contact me directly @ 561-441-6993. Thanks everyone!!! Sean


Name: JJ
Location: South Florida
Vehicle: 1964 Dodge Polara 500
Date: 11/15/2008


Scott, I want to share a site with your forum.

This site represents Dover Drag Strip located in Wingdale, New York. I know we've got a few folks from the northeast down here that must have frequented that track. Long since closed; it refuses to die! The Dover Old Farts Club community is constantly adding pictures and stories to the forums on the site.

Check it out, even if you were never there. Blessings, JJ

Name:  "Webhead" Dave Weber
Location:  Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle:  95 Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra

Date:  11/08/2008

Comments:  What a great weekend!

Show #1 @ Pompano Mercedes Benz was a nice show as first time shows go.  Nice cars & trucks, free food and drinks, Scott doing his usual fantastic DJ majic, and Jumping Jack taking care of business.  I hope this show is an annual thing.  The price was right too -FREE!

Show #2 @ Miami Lakes was a Veterans dream come true.  Thank you to all of our service men and women, past and present.  Without them we would not have car shows period.
The cars, the crowd. Scott was the best he's ever been, man is he a great DJ.  Jumping Jack was jumping at this show.  140 or so cars were there and the crowd was awesome. People traffic was nonstop, and a few new friends were made.  Free to boot.  How does Jack do it?

Say a prayer for our service men and women this Veteran's Day.

Clem Flanagan
Pines Pontiac

Thanks Scott for the photo of the week. It is rare to see a Fiero at a show let alone two of them. Mine is the one on the left and my friend Angel owns the other Fiero.

Scott L Argow
Location: Breathless Performance Products

Date: 10/30/2008

Comments:  Scott can you please post that we will be hosting an open free show with awards and complimentary food and beverages on Saturday November 29th 2008 10am - 3pm
at the Breathless Performance Products Showroom


Name: Dan
Location: Coral Springs
Vehicle: 1976 Firebird Formula

Date: 10/27/2008

Comments:  Scott, Great job at the BOP Show! It takes a lot of talent to do two shows at once. I appreciate the pictures you took of my car. Thanks, Dan

Name: greg santoro
Location: parkland,fl.
Vehicle: 1969 chevelle ss

Date: 10/23/2008

Comments:  Hi everyone, sure do enjoy all the car shows I have attended the past 2 years, but would like to see us chart out some driving routes and have a nice group of ''classics'' cruising down the roads of south florida. after all our rides are meant to be driven!! would love to see a caravan type of event scheduled at least twice a year. anybody have any thoughts? caio/greg

DSC_7543Name: RussG Events Russ G
Location: FT. Lauderdale
Vehicle: 1951 Merk Kustom

Date: 10/16/2008

Comments:  "Las Olas Cruise Night" was a huge success!!! Thanks to all that participated in last nights 1st Cruise Night after several years. 128 cars parked curbside on the Blvd. Every year, make, model of cars were represented, even some never seen before. We had beautiful weather, great restaurants, and plenty of stores to shop at. Join us for the next one: Wednesday Nov 19, 2008 6-9 pm....and it's free! Scott, thank you again for some great music !!! Russ G

Name: "Webhead" (Dave Weber)
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '95 'Vette & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra

Date: 10/16/2008

Comments:  Took a ride down to the Las Olas cruise Wednesday evening for a look see. Man was I surprised by the turnout of great cars. There were people directing traffic and assisting us in parking, smiling and chatting with us. A very pleasant experience indeed. Scott was doing his usual fantastic job (if you can it that, more of a love) playing a tremendous collection of songs that kept all of us happy. All in all it was a nice night out. The weather cooperated and the breeze was splendid. This is something that would be a welcome event to all. Thanks for reading this   Webhead

Date: 09/19/2008

Comments:  Hi Scott; We have set a date for the 9th Annual Full Throttle Show of Shows January 3rd 2009 Sheehan Autoplex Lighthouse Pt. to benefit The Darrell Gwynn Foundation. Flyers will follow soon Thanks The Perc

Location: BOCA RATON

Date: 09/12/2008


Name: Bob and Arlyne
Location: Coconut Creek Fl
Vehicle: 88&92 Mustangs
Show: Tijuana Taxi on 8/24/2008
Date: 08/29/2008

Comments:  Thank for your help at Rich Party. We got him Good. Now we have to be on the look out!!!! He is going to get us back someday. All we heard the rest of the night was I am going to get you two...Also thanks to everyone who came out and had fun with us. Thanks again Bob & Arlyne Miller (RockinRichs-Roadies)

Bob & Arlyne, it was a nice party with a great turnout!  You guys did such a GREAT job throwing together this "surprise" party...Rich is fortunate to have such devoted friends!  Although Rich hates being in the spotlight, he certainly deserves it once in a while!  I will post the photos "soon"...

Name: Jason Miller
Location: Fort Lauderdale
Vehicle: 1937 Ford
Show: Bru's Room- Time Bandits

Date: 08/25/2008

Comments:  Scott, Awesome coverage of the show! Great to have a website with photos to keep up to date on what's going on in the car show world. When you get a chance, check out specifically the Hot Rod Camp tab. We are organizing a camp for Florida next year! I will send you a video so you can see last year's camp and conference building a pickup and this year two 32 roadsters (one old school and one modern) which debuted at Columbus - Goodguys. See you Sunday!

Jason, it was a real pleasure to meet you, and REALLY GREAT talking with you at the show!  I particularly look forward to seeing more from your great group, the 'Christian Rodders & Racers Assoc'.  It's great to be able to mix your faith with such a good hobby.  I encourage anyone interested to click the website, learn more, and maybe even become involved!  God Bless!

Name: Alicia, Robert and Chris
Location: Deerfield Bch. Florida
Vehicle: 70 Big Bad Green Donohue Javelin SST

Date: 08/17/2008

Comments:  My kids and my self have been out of the loop lately due to the economy. We attended the 4th annual open car show at the South Florida Tattoo Expo today (Sun.) Scott you did one heck of a job keeping the music going and keeping everyone cool on such a hot day. lol. Steve Schwartz you put on another great show and I commend you both. I just want to say to everyone and including the participants who brought out all their beautiful cars your such a great bunch of people and have a great family going. You guys and gals are such a class act. Alot of you we haven't met but associate your face with your car. We try to go to as many as we can. And after being out of the loop for awhile we can see what were missing. It stands out. Great Fun, Great people. You guys and gals stand alone to none. Having fun with great people and helping charities it doesn't get any better than that. Alicia Robert Chris






Name: Scott L Argow,
President - Breathless Performance Corvette Club
Location: Russ G Events World Ford Pembroke
Vehicle: 1968 Deville, 1981, 1993, 2003 Corvettes
Show: World Ford 1st Annual Car & Truck Show


Date: 08/12/2008

Comments:  On August 3rd, 2008 I attended my first show as Club President of Breathless Performance Corvette Club and let me say that it was AWESOME! The comradery was great, the music was invigorating, and being there on-site, was a must see event that couldn’t be matched. Scott the Music Man made sure we left completely entertained! Our host Russ G was most thoughtful to our needs. My advice to all is looking on the upcoming show lists, find out when they are going to be and attend them. Every weekend hundreds of car lovers pull their prized possessions out of the garage and head to parking lots from dusk till dawn rain or shine, 52-weeks a year, this loose-knit community comes together to celebrate cars. Show your passion and excitement that so many in Southern Florida have for vintage/exotic/performance cars.

Name: meri charron
Location: beckley wv
Date: 08/11/2008

Comments:  howdey! just looking at your site, humm, what a site, just so everyone one knows who i am , i hung out with scott in the teen years we were best friends, and we had so much fun , he use to to block partys back in the late 70's, what a blast they were...(edited)...from your oldest girl friend to hang out with ,,, take care , keep in touch sometime, love ya meri

Name: Dave Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 corvette convertible & 2001 SVT Mustang Cobra convertible
Date: 08/04/2008

Comments:  Attended the World Ford cars of the world show Sunday. 150+ cars ventured out in the sun and heat to participate in the 1st ever show at World Ford. There must have been 60 Mustangs and 60 Corvettes there. If only we had a dragstrip close by !!!!!! Scott wowed us again with his magical tunes, reminding us all of our younger days. I have to say a special note of thanks to the people at Breathless Perfomance. They invited me to join their group without hesitation, not like the other [     ] clubs that only told me not to park with their clubs cars. Thank you to Scott and Mickey from BP, you so inspired me that I joined your club. Even my friend with a Mustang was impressed on how your club treated both of us. Thank you again.

DSC_7543Name: Russ G
Location: FT. Lauderdale
Vehicle: 1951 Merk Kustom
Date: 07/28/2008

Comments:  Thanks ! to all of you who attended our first Movie/Cruise Night. Over 75 cars parked in Huizenga Plaza, under star studded clear skies to see "Ghostbusters" (1984)... The city's choice of Movie....not mine. Cars in attendance ranged from street rods to Ferrari's to Cobra's to T-Birds to Muscle Cars to Packard's and a......Duesenberg !! Several Car Clubs were well represented including the FT. Lauderdale Region AACA, Starlight Cruisers, Mercury Club of South Florida, plus a dormant Club that is now back on the scene, the Pharaohs. A new Corvette Club, the Breathless Performance Corvette Club, under the direction of it's President Scott Argow, were very well represented. The "Drive In" Movie is 75 years old this month. The first drive in was located in Camden, NJ I am honored to have been a part of this memorable History in America. A special Thank You! to our own "Scott the MusicMan" for playing the Music we all love, and for the use of his large speakers for the Movie. Movie/Cruise Night was sponsored by Auto Nation, the Downtown Development Authority, and FLIFF (FT. Lauderdale International Film Festival) Also, special thanks to "Papa Ougots" our food vendor, not only did he have delicious Strombolis, Chicken Wings, Burgers and Hot Dogs, but at the end of the evening graciously donated all the left over food to the needy and homeless......... Next Movie/Cruise Night Saturday August 30, 2008   Flier

Update:  Due to the overwhelming success of our first Movie/Cruise Night, our Sponsor Auto Nation, has informed me that I may choose the Movie selection for our August 30th Movie/Cruise Night. I am asking those that were in attendance, or anyone else..........what Movie you would like to be shown that evening. Contact me: Russ G merklvr@msn at let me know your selection.....The Movie with the most interest will be shown. Thanks!   Russ G 

DSC_2598Name: Scott L Argow
Location: Dania Florida

Date: 07/14/2008

Comments:  Please join us at the 2nd Breathless Performance Products Corvette Party and show. We are also introducing the Birth of the Breathless Performance Corvette Club We are not just a club that sits in the sun at shows which we will do as much as possible we are currently going to a racing school to learn how to drive our cars in a controlled track in Homestead. Please stop by at our table at the show, all new members will receive a club shirt at the show.

Name: john Walas
Location: Deerfield Bch, Florida
Vehicle: 1985 Chevrolet Silverado Truck
Date: 07/17/2008

Comments:  cool site, i enjoyed it well guys

DSC_0906Name: Guy Hout
Location: Pompano Beach, Fl
Vehicle: 1967 American LaFrance Firetruck
Email:  or
Date: 07/13/2008

Comments:  Just wanted to let you know of a event being held for BSO Sgt. Chris Reyka on Aug. 9, 2008. There will be a memorial event for Sgt. Chris Reyka of BSO making the one year anniversary of his shooting death. This is an all you can eat dinner, live bands, raffles & motorcycle ride. ALL CARS ARE ALSO WELCOME ON THE RIDE! Event starts a 7:00pm Aug. 9 at the PBA Hall 2901 S.W. 26 Terr. Dania Beach, Fl 33312. Dinner starts a 9:00pm and at 12:00am midnight the candlelight ride begins. It will end at the Walgreen's in Pompano, and at 1:20am all exterior lights will be turned off and the candles and a video will be shown on the wall of Walgreen's. This will be one year to the minute of Sergeant Reyka's shooting. Afterwards, coffee and deserts will be available to all that attend.

To see flier or register go to Thank You, Guy

Note 7/25 from Russ G:  Hi All, I am organizing the Classic Cars addition to the Motorcycle procession that evening. Please contact me if you would like to participate with your car. 954-560-5412 Having served in the US Marine Corps as a Military Police Officer, I especially feel the need to make this memorial ride in Sgt. Reyka's memory. I am also the proud Uncle of a deputy with the Broward Sheriff's Office. Russ G

Name: Steve Hyde
Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Vehicle: 2001 Chry PT Cruiser
Date: 07/12/2008

Comments:  Hi Scott, I have always enjoyed your web-site in South Florida. I now moved to Tennessee and even enjoy it from here. They have nice car shows up here but nothing really like home (FL). The cars here are very nice as well. See you on my next visit to South Florida. Steve

Steve, I think YOU got the better end of the deal moving to beautiful Tennessee!  Thanks for stopping by!

Name: Sal DeBellis
Vehicle: 1966 Nova SS

Comments:  Hello Scott, What happend to the rest of the pretty blonde you had posted??? I went on to show my buddies ,and all the GOOD pics were gone??? did someone make you remove them?? Thats too bad! Thanks ,Sal

Hey Sal...what I post on this website is strictly my decision.  Sometimes I will throw in some "hidden surprises" and "nuggests"...which you obviously found...but often times they are only temporary.  In this case though, I "re-evaluated" what I wanted displayed on this website, and what I did not.  I'm glad you enjoyed the photos for the short time they were available...


Name: Jim Bauer
Location: Weston, FL
Vehicle: Silver Speedster
Date: 07/08/2008


The 4th of July Show at Lauderdale-by-the Sea that Russ G ran was FUN for all. Family kids and car nuts. Not only was there Great Music (Me and Molly McGee) but Russ managed to feed and clothe us (free t-shirts), sand sculptures and a beautiful beach setting. Just wanted to say thanks to Russ, and you Scott for a super fun day. Also wanted to thank Steve Sutherland for driving home in his '40 Chevy, picking up his SUV coming back to help me bring home the 50" Plasma TV I won at the Raffle. Russ keep the good shows coming. Jim


Name: Mike Vitetta
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: 1930 Ford Model A Town Sedan
Date: 07/06/2008

Comments:  A number of Model “A” Ford owners around the world have come together and declared Saturday, July 26, 2008 as INTERNATIONAL MODEL “A” DAY. This first year, it is coincidental with the eightieth year of the Model “A” Ford’s first model in 1928. There is a contingency plan for a local rain event date of Sunday, July 27. To celebrate the day and their car’s eightieth birthday, thousands of Model “A” Ford Restorers and Preservers will be taking their cars out for a drive, and to socialize with other Model “A” enthusiasts. The specific activities will be determined by each local group, found in all fifty states and about thirty other countries. Some groups will be driving to picnics; others will participate in car shows and contests to help celebrate the day. Our group has coordinated their activities with two Ford dealers, both of which will help support the day’s activities. We will be meeting @ 9:00AM at Maroone Ford of Ft. Lauderdale, 1333 N Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale (across the street from Bayview Cadillac) and leaving about 12:30PM heading north on US 1. At the same time a group will be meeting @ Maroone Ford @ N.E. corner of Linton & I-95 in Delray @ 8:30am and leaving about 12:30PM and they will head south on US1. Both groups are meeting @ 1:00-1:30PM @ Pompano/Mercury/Lincoln/Ford on 28th Street & West side of Federal Highway in Pompano Beach. We will be leaving there 3:30-4:00PM. If you have a Model A and wish to join us you are welcome to do so.

Thank you very much. Very truly yours, Michael J. Vitetta Coordinator

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: '01 SVT Mustang 'vert & '95 'Vette 'vert
Date: 07/05/2008


This probably will not be printed because it contains negative feedback, but at least Scott will be the judge, jury and executioner. I attended the Lauderdale by the Sea show on July 4th. I think for the 1st show there it was run okay. Many things can improve for next year, like help for Russ. If help was there it was hiding, Russ was pulled from entrance to entrance by people like me trying to find out where to enter, where to park, etc. Next year will be better. Now all Russ has to do is get some help to make it run smoother. I was parked in between Scott's sound system and the band playing in the tent. Who thought up that one? It took away from the super job that Scott always does. Thank you for allowing me to vent here.

There is obviously a lot to putting on a good show...and Russ and the city certainly did a GREAT job for a 1st show!  Your helpful suggestions are welcome...  Thanks for the input Dave.

Name: Nathan
Location: Mississippi
Vehicle: 1960 Ford Ranchero
Date: 07/01/2008


Love the photos and the free screen cleaner!!! LOL   It's always nice to get a hello from our "out of state" visitors

Name: Visitor
Location: Fla
Vehicle: Bug
Photo: Waiting
Photo2: Festival /Pompano Car Show
Date: 06/24/2008


Hello, Are there going to be any picture's posted of the Festival Car Show in Pompano in May   (see reply below...)

Name: E.JMac
Location: Delray Beach
Show: Festival 2nd Annual Spring Show
Date: 06/23/2008


Hi, Me and my friends really enjoyed the show and hope to see it next year, even with the high gas prices. Enjoyed the people and all the cars. Thanks PS When will see the pictures from the show?   Soon...(I hope)....still working on them...

DSC_3126Name: Scott L Argow
Location: Petersons Harley Davidson
Vehicle: 1968 Cadillac Deville
Photo: DSC_3126.jpg
Show: Harleys and Hotrods
Date: 06/20/2008


Scott once again, you set the beat in the Heat and rhythm of the day paying close attention to all those details that make it a special day. My Corvette/Tower Shop Friends and I have been attending these great events for quite some time now and see why so many people keep attending. I continually look for when's the next show, anything to get out of the house. Even though we can't always win, but I did this time, The sense of comradery and brotherhood can be felt all day cheering on all those who do win those wonderful awards like me. I also want to acknowledge Jack, judges & supporters that put forth so much effort to make every show such a success. Shiny cars, Awesome music, Keep up the Great Work. Again I got to mingle with old friends, see the latest "Tattoo Art" and make some new ones. See you Friday

Name: Chuck
Location: Deerfield Beach
Vehicle: '87 Corvette Cpe
Date: 06/17/2008

(Festival Show comments forwarded to show coordinators Russ G and promoter Dick Barton...)

Name: SOMHawk2002
Location: Pembroke Pines, FL
Vehicle: 2002 Pontiac Trans Am Firehawk
Date: 06/15/2008


Just a quick note to acknowledge the passing of one of the truly distinguished sports car gentlemen of South Florida this past week. George Bassett passed away June 11, 2008. He was a very unique and wonderful person who generously shared his wealth of knowledge with friends. George owned and more importantly DROVE some interesting vehicles including a era Buick Stage One, Porsche 911, and the vehicle that made us car show pals, his 1997 Pontiac Firehawk Formula LT1 Serial #001. He passed away far too young, and he will be missed.

Name: Peter and Richard (The Brothers)
Location: Hollywood Florida
Vehicle: Chrysler Newport and Lincoln Continental Mark V
Date: 06/14/2008


Hey Scott...still waiting for the 2007 Mardi Gras Casino Car Show to be posted. Can we purchase a copy of the show on disk? Thanks for everything you do!      Sorry, those photos will eventually get posted when I get caught up.  -Scott


Name: Russ G
Location: Ft. Lauderdale
Vehicle: '51 Merk Kustom
Date: 06/11/2008

Comments:  Trophy Time!!!....Thank you all.....for participating and attending our record breaking Festival Mall Car Show. I appreciate your patience and understanding.....and comments...positive or negative concerning the problems that arose that day. All ! comments will be reviewed and considered in the changes that will be made for our December Show. The trophy winners for the show are posted on Scott's Website (Thanks ! Scott) You must go to the Festival Mall to pick up your trophy and cash award if any. They have a list of the winners. So.....let's move on, and enjoy this great hobby & friendship we have, of owning and showing our cars. Every car is a winner !!!! See you at the next show !!!!! Russ G   Awards

Name: Johnny D
Location: West Palm Beach
Show: DJ Scott in Memphis Show
Date: 06/09/2008

Comments:  Sweet trip, I too love it up there and want to go back someday.
Great trip, thanks for virtually bringin' us along! J

Name: Robert, Alicia, Robert
Location: Deerfield Bch
Vehicle: 70 Donohue
Date: 06/07/2008

Comments:  Well any updates yet on Festival Flea Market Car Show who won what??? Still would like to see how everyone did. I know you just got back in town and the pics are beautiful. Boy it sounds like you had a wonderful time Scott. Your a lucky man and you deserve it for all your hard work and time keeping this car community together. We thank you.

Location: BOCA RATON
Date: 06/07/2008

Comments:  Hey Scott. Thanks for sharing your vacation trip stories and pictures. You can tell you had a great time. That's what vacations are all about. There's a lot to be said about southern hospitality and I guess you experienced it first hand. It's good to get out of Florida and see how the other half lives, but I was a little disappointed that you were sorry to come back, but I think that's because you had such a great time. Anyhow, welcome back and I for one am looking forward to attending many more car shows. Your music and photos are awesome.. John & BRUTE


Name: joe
Location: ROYAL OAKS
Vehicle: 1969 camaro ss
Show: franks and patttes
Date: 06/04/2008

Comments:  it was a good show also for a good cause thanks russ

Name: Sleeplater
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: C6 Vert Vette
Date: 05/31/2008

Comments:  I must say great site!

Name: Joey & Carol Madonia
Location: Ft.Lauderdale Florida
Vehicle: 1970 SS 454 Chevelle, Gold with black strips
Date: 05/30/2008

Comments:  Please keep us posted on events for my area if you can via email (Ft.Lauderdale)

Events are posted and updated regularly here on this website.

DSC_2692Name: Scott L Argow
Location: Goldfingers
Vehicle: 2003 Vette Convertible
Date: 05/29/2008

Comments:  Scott once again, you set the beat, pace and rhythm of the day paying close attention to all those details that make it a special day. My Corvette Friends and I have been attending these great events for quite some time now and see why so many people keep attending. I continually look for when's the next show. Even though we can't always win The sense of comradery and brotherhood can be felt all day cheering on all those who do win those wonderful awards. I also want to acknowledge Jack, judges & supporters that put forth so much effort to make every show such a success. Shiny cars, Awesome music, Keep up the Great Work. Again I got to mingle with old friends and make some new ones. See you Friday.

Name: crystal
Location: sunrise
Vehicle: not in show
Date: 05/28/2008

(complete posted comments forwarded to Russ)

Name: E.J.Mac
Location: Delray Beach
Date: 05/26/2008

Comments:  Hi, Me & my friend John really enjoyed the show that's the first I heard about it. From now on I'll check out your web site & go to more of the shows. Thanks Again, E.J.Mac

Name: Cher
Location: Deerfield Beach
Date: 05/24/2008

Comments:  I have some suggestions to improve the Festival Flea Show. You need to have more women involved.....we are very good organizers! ...  (edited) ... (complete posted comments forwarded to Russ)

Name: Russ G
Location: Fort Lauderdale
Vehicle: '51 Merk Kustom
Date: 05/22/2008


"Now that the smoke has cleared"... by Russ G.

A heartfelt thanks from Dick B and myself to all that attended the record breaking Festival Car Show in the record breaking heat. There were well over 750+ cars, including many that decided to enter through the rear entrance behind the mall, to bypass the registration fee, once the word was was a free for all. Nice guys huh !!

Because of the many complaints of parking and judging from last year's show (610+)cars, we decided this year to assign parking spaces (Dick B and myself worked till Midnight the night before chalking every space in the lot) and go to a point type judging system to make it fair for all cars entered. The problem began in the early AM when cars decided to park in spaces other than the ones they were assigned to (either to park under that one tree for shade, or to park with their friends, or another club. By late morning as hundreds of cars came can imagine the tempers flaring when their assigned spot was taken. I tried with much difficulty to calm the situation.....but in the was impossible.

Because of this, the judges had much difficulty finding all the cars in a particular class to judge because they were scattered all over. The outcome.....late trophy presentation with not all cars receiving their awards.

Since the show, (matter of fact that same evening), I have been receiving hate mail via the net, phone messages left on my machine with vulgar language, threats and even one person wanting to boycott all my shows.

It cost over $50,000.00 to produce the show, for a Registration fee of $20.00 everyone received: Breakfast-Value $5.00, Hat-Value $10.00, T-Shirt-Value $10.00, Food Voucher-Value $10.00, Festival Dollars-$25.00.... Total $60.00! Music-Cars-Friendship... Priceless !!!!!!

My Dear Friends.. join me for one movement, close your eyes....and just imagine if.....there were NO MORE CAR SHOWS OR CRUISE NIGHTS...... Life is to short ! In the last several years we have lost so many of our dear car friends......our car is a good family.....let us all think of one another as family....and take care of each family !!!!

The judging sheets from the festival show are being processed....many of you won trophies. The winners will be announced on Scott's Website (Thank you! Scott !!!) Trophies and the Cash awards can be picked up at the Festival Mall office. Dick B and myself are in the process of making changes for our December 7th show. I welcome any input that some of you might have on the show.. please contact me.

To all those that were unhappy with this show (you know who you are) The December 7, 2008 Festival Flea Market Mall Show will go on......with or without you !!! Thank You! and God Bless !    -Russ G

DSC_0775Name: LARRY
Location: "Festival - Show
Vehicle: Monte Carlo SS "AERO"
Date: 05/21/2008

Comments:  Hi Scott, let me start of saying the “Music-Man” came through again at the Festival-Show … you really can spin them songs man. Scott I just read your comments on the festival show and I’m 100% with you it was absolutely a INCREDIBLE show. I hung out all day with the “Just-Us” car club we had a blast. The canopies were set up generator to power the fans, cold drinks, folding chairs and great company. JR and wife schooled me on antique cars, Anthony was educating my on models and years of classics, Big AL with those special cold drinks…. in his trunk, Gino, Mercy, Evelyn, Jr & wife, John hard - @__ Hardisson and I walk around harassing everyone we knew and tried to see all 700+ cars but don’t think we got to them all. In all it was good times I don’t want to get into the judging or car parking because it’s obvious 700+ cars is no easy task. Dick and Russ were outstanding from my point of view 700+ classic cars wow. That’s my 2 cents my thanks to all I shared the day with you know who you are and Russ, Dick and Scott thank you…see you next show!

Name: Dave Weber (webhead)
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 'Vette 'vert & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra 'vert
Date: 05/21/2008

Comments:  I know this may have been tried before, but maybe it is time to try it again - especially at the larger shows...(comments edited...specific show judging suggestions forwarded to Russ G)

Name: Alicia,Robert,Chris
Location: Deerfield,Bch
Vehicle: 70 Donohue
Date: 05/20/2008

Comments:  Just a follow up. Will there be any posts or somewhere to look to see what cars won awards?? Just like to see how everyone did. Thank You

I will try to get that information posted for everyone...  -Scott

Name: Sal DeBellis
Vehicle: 1966 Nova SS
Date: 05/20/2008

Comments:  Hello Scott, Just want to say I had a great time at the Festval show! As I write this I speak for myself, but others may feel the same way I do.It is a great achievement on Russ's end to pull off and organize such a large car show, his intentions are so that everybody there has a good time,and most of us did do that. I believe that if you go to these shows just to win a trophy you will be disapointed,first of all you arrive in YOUR trophy and you leave in YOUR trophy! If everybody got a trophy someone would complain about something else! Look Man just go to the show and have fun! Maybe Russ should stop giving out trophys and just give everybody a plaque or something for being in such a large show. I think the look on the faces of the people walking by your car and stopping to say WOW! is better than any trophy! As I see it, all the cars have the best paint.. the best engines..the best interior and so forth. Everybody needs to lighten up and have some DAM fun! Life is to short! Lets all be thankfull for what we have, not what we dont have! Sal

Name: Ralph Kroehle
Location: Fort Lauderdale
Vehicle: 1965 Shelby Cobra
Date: 05/20/2008

Comments: Dick, Russ and Scott, Just a quick note to let you know what a great time the show was once again. The pre-registration was a great idea and the thought was obvious to organize the clubs and classes toward making everyone happy. It was an effort toward some degree of ease in judging and concluding in a timely fashion. We pre-registered and had a spot assigned but upon arrival were told that it had been taken. We didn't think much of it until it became obvious that the judging was going to be a major undertaking for the sheer numbers of cars. I couldn't believe the total outrage that resulted! For anyone to get that worked up over a parking space or, much less a trophy is ludicrous. Don't get me wrong as I take great pride in my car but, it's a hobby! Like most of us, I enjoy showing the car off but, I'm not going to lose my sanity over such triviality. I have enough of a temper that I usually expel (as all 12 year olds do) in my work and generally won't in my leisure. I enjoy the people we meet, the music, the cars, trucks and bikes (although, not especially the heat) at all the shows and hope to continue till some nut shoots me for a parking space (or trophy). Again, we had a great time and this brief posting is to let you know that we deeply appreciate the effort towards improving the show and hopefully, the next show will be an even greater success on the hope that all will honor the "honor system". Many Thanks and Best Regards, Ralph Kroehle

DSC_7543Name: Russ Gagliano
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Vehicle: 1951 Mercury Kustom
Date: 05/14/2008

Comments:  Dear Car Friends, 10 days ago, many of you attended my Cancer Benefit Car Show at the new Frank & Patties Restaurant in Sunrise. It was a hot day ! not only from the heat of the Sun, but from the overwhelming financial support of you, the car owners. Over $5,000.00 was raised to help battle this illness, that has affected many of our close friends and families. The owner of the restaurant Bruce Horner (that many of you met at the show) contacted me to produce the show for him. He told me that his Wife Debra was suffering from cancer, and that he wanted all proceeds that day to be donated to the Cancer Society. I naturally agreed, as my Wife is also battling this killer illness. My dear friends, Mrs. Debra Horner has lost her battle, and has recently passed on. One of her last wishes was to see her Restaurant open and surrounded by Classic Cars. Thank you all from my heart, for making her wishes come true. Our prayers are with you Bruce. Frank & Patties is located at 3800 University Drive, Sunrise, FL, just North of Oakland Park Blvd. Russ G

DSC_9440Name: Scott Argow
Location: Frank & Patties Show
Vehicle: 1993 Corvette Convertible
Date: 05/04/2008

Comments:  Scott once again, you set the beat, pace and rhythm of the day paying close attention to all those details that make it a special day. My Corvette Friends and I have been attending these great events for quite some time now and see why so many people keep attending. I continually look for when's the next show. Even though we can't always win The sense of comradery and brotherhood can be felt all day cheering on all those who do win those wonderful awards. I also want to acknowledge Russ G a true Gentleman, judges & supporters that put forth so much effort to make every show such a success. Shiny cars, Awesome music, Great food Frank & Patties a true home run, Super people, Super food and priced right... What a wonderful place to be!...Keep up the Great Work. Again I got to mingle with old friends and make some new ones. See you Friday.

DSC_0363Name: Joe & Mayra Placeres
Location: Hialeah
Vehicle: 1979 Black Corvette
Photo: DSC 0363
Show: Cooper City Founders Day 2008
Date: 04/30/2008

Comments:  Scott once again, you set the beat and rhythm of the day paying close attention to all those details that make it a special day. My wife and I have only started attending these great events for less than a year now and see why so many people keep attending. My wife even asks me "Babe when's the next show" making me feel very fortunate that she likes to participate. Even though we can't always win "Best of Show" The sense of comradery and brotherhood can be felt all day cheering on all those who do win those wonderful awards. I also want to acknowledge the hosts, judges & vendors that put forth so much effort to make every show such a success. I wish more events like these were held in Hialeah so that more people could enjoy and hopefully motivate them to participate in future events as was my case.... Shiny cars, Awesome music, Great food, Super people... What a wonderful place to be!...Keep up the Great Work!
Best regards, Joe & Mayra Placeres

DSC_0703Name: John Sheppard
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: 94 Mustang GT
Show: Cooper City Founders Day 08
Date: 04/29/2008

Comments:  Scott, Another great show and another fantastic job well done! I look forward to seeing the great new happenings with the website! I would love to see a car show at the Hard Rock. That would be a great place! Any way we could make that happen? I would be more than happy to help! Anyway, beautiful cars and wonderful new friends is what it's all about!   Sincerely, John Sheppard

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 'Vette 'Vert & '01 SVT Cobra Mustang 'Vert
Date: 04/28/2008

Comments:  Entered the Cooper City Show this past Saturday. Nice to see Scott the Music Man spinning the tunes, of course he did a superb job. Plenty of cars in attendance, some outstanding beauties that I'd never seen before. All in all it was a fun day to sit in the sun and have a hot dog and a soda. Looking forward to 2009.

Went to the Dania Beach Cruise Night right after the Cooper City Show.  We decided to have a bite to eat at the hot dog stand instead of the restaurant on the pier,(which is overpriced and the service is poor).
To our surprise, the hot dog stand closes at 5:15PM during the winter season.
Excuse me, but a car show night and you close early. We ended up leaving (we were the only 2 cars there at 6:15PM) and went for a bite to eat off of US-1 & Stirling Rd.  We had intended to return, but after eating we decided to just go home.  Maybe the July show will have a better result with the hot dog stand staying open past 5:15PM.
Sorry for complaining, but it was a bust. Thee past shows there had been enjoyable, so eat before you go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DSC_7543Name: Russ Gagliano
Location: Ft. Lauderdale
Vehicle: '51 Merk Kustom
Date: 04/21/2008

Comments:  A personal Thank You ! to all that participated in in my two car shows this past weekend.

Saturday's night cruise at Ocean's 11 saw perfect beach weather and attracted over 50 great cars, some having never been shown in our area before. Special thanks to our car friends from Miami & Hialeah who attended to help raise awareness and financial support for ALS.

Sunday's benefit car show in Margate for the Elks Lodge, to raise money for children's charities, had a total of 107 great cars, coming from Hialeah to the South, and Lantana to the North. It was a perfect (hot) day.. and a great time was had by all. A very special Thank You ! to Scott and his music for 2 great shows !!!!!

On Sunday May 4th, I will be holding a benefit car show at Frank & Patties Restaurant in Sunrise , Florida for Cancer. I passionately invite all of you to attend and support this terrible illness that has affected our families and friends. Please check Scott's website for show information.  Thank you again !!! Russ G

Name: Jason Dennis (Jay)
Location: Delray Beach
Vehicle: 1934 Ford Phaeton
Date: 04/22/2008

Comments:  I apologize! I really didn’t mean it! As many may know I do like to experience the 402 horses under the hood of my 1934 Ford Phaeton (that is why I buy the cheep tires). At the same time I do know that, while leaving a show, it is “definitely” NOT the time to burn rubber. I do know that it shows irreverence to the promoters, sponsors and property owners involved. Not to say, that usually there is police at most of the shows in attendance or for control purposes. That said: I must admit, that while leaving the Elks show at the Chevy Chase center in Margate last Sunday, I left half my tire melted and laying on the exit to the parking lot. Again I genuinely apologize; I meant no harm or disrespect towards anyone. I love attending these shows and wouldn’t intentionally do anything to jeopardize that in any manner.

My defense; When building my car they kinda had a “oh crap” moment. They install the brake pedal then installed the accelerator against the tranny tunnel and had plenty of room for both until they went to install the steering column. That is when they said “OH CRAP, THE BRAKE PEDAL IS WHERE THE COLUMN SHOULD GO THROUGH THE FLOOR”! So in their infinite wisdom they surmised that they would cut off the pedal and weld it offset of the actuator shaft going to the brake cylinder. This solution seemed plausible until it was done and was flabbergasted to find that you literally had to wedge your foot between the brake pedal shaft and tunnel. I have dealt with this for years and had adjusted to it.

At least I thought I had adjusted to it, because as I left the show Sunday I unthinkingly had my foot to high on the accelerator and I unknowingly wedged my fat foot between and when I pulled back my foot literally came out of my Boat Docker’s slip on shoe, and with the added factor of turning, allowing the tires to break friction and I left a strip on the road as well as leaving a strip in my shorts. Luckily, I managed to kick the shoe off the pedal before customizing the rear of a red 66ish Mustang that was ahead of me.

Again I profoundly apologize to Russ, Scott, The Elks, the people of Chevy Chase center, along with everyone else involved at the car show.

Jay, your "defense" gave me a good chuckle...but I believe you!  I've actually been in your shoes (no pun intended) I can relate!  An unknown broken motor mount once left me spinning circles in the middle of an intersection.  Knowing you are an honest car guy, and in no way would jeopardize any show (intentionally) are (at least as far as I am concerned) forgiven!  It was a pretty decent burnout!  Thanks for "owning up" to what happened...I'm glad you didn't have to explain that one to the cops!  LOL!

Name: "Webhead" Dave Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: '95 Vette 'vert & '01 SVT Mustang Cobra 'vert
Date: 04/23/2008

Comments:  Reading Jay's e-mail got me to remember when I was going to back my daughters T-bird out of the driveway. I had back surgery and my right foot wasn't working too well, so I got in the car, put it in reverse and proceeded to spin the tires the entire 70 foot length of my driveway, out into the street and almost hit my neighbors truck in his driveway. I never realized that my foot was on the gas until the ride was done. It was sure scarey at the time, but we all had a good laugh, and still do even to this day. The hard part was getting those 2 thick black tire marks off of the concrete driveway. Thanks for bringing back some funny moments.

Name: John Sheppard
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: 94 Mustang GT
Date: 04/18/2008

Comments:  Hi Scott, I wanted to let you know that you are indeed doing a fantastic thing with this website and your never ending support of the automobile enthusiasts. I realize it must consume quite a bit of your time and thank you for doing so. I am new to to the car show scene and without this site I would not even know where to begin. It has helped me tremendously and I look forward to viewing it regularly. If you ever need any help, please feel free to contact me. Sincerely, John Sheppard

Thanks John!

Name: Sal and Pirjo Perna
Location: Boynton Beach
Vehicle: 87 Chevy El Camino
Photo: Maroone Chevrolet of Pembroke Pines
Date: 04/16/2008

Comments:  Hello Scott, I want to thank you for not only the great show last Sunday, but also for playing "409" for me. I really needed a Beach Boys "fix", and it hit the spot. I'm checking out your site for the first time, its real cool, and has lots of info on up comming shows and events, and the big surprize is that it is current. No more chasing those shows that are no longer running. Looks like I will be making some road trips, see you on one soon, Sal and Pirjo Perna

Thanks for the kind words...I'm glad you "found" us!  See you at the next show...

Name: Scott Argow
Location: Maroone Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: 1993 Corvette Convertible
Date: 04/15/2008

Comments:  Scott, great show good giveaways we loved the hot dogs and beverages that were supplied all day. My family had a great time and it was nice to see old friends and make some new ones. Next time how about more classes in order to keep from the same people winning. I don't know how you can put an 1984-2008 Corvette in only 2 classes, how about by generation. Again great job, see you on Friday's and at the ocean's 11 show.

Name: steve padovano
Location: leominster, ma.
Date: 04/15/2008

Comments:  my cousin, bill julian, the vice mayor of hallendale beach, e-mailed your site to me. it is one of the best and largest car sites i've seen to date and i just wanted to congratulate you on it. i'm also the president of the MID-STATE ANTIQUE AUTO CLUB in leominster/fitchburg mass. i am the proud owner of a 1970 cougar eliminator with a 428 cobra jet !! keep up the good work !!!

Thanks Steve for the nice compliments!  I'm always surprised...I love hearing from you guys "out of state"!

Date: 04/15/2008

Comments:  GREAT SHOW

Name: Dave "Webhead" Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: 2001 SVT Mustang Cobra vert
Date: 04/15/2008

Comments:  The Maroone Auto & Truck Show Crew; Another great show! Jack and crew ran a smooth, flawless, and enjoyable show, AGAIN. Scott was the funniest I've ever heard him be. The music selection is some of the best anywhere. FREE HOT DOGS & SODA all day long. Top that one!! Maroone Auto Plaza was a perfect host, no pressure or anything. Looking forward to the next show.

DSC_9017Name: Albert
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: "65" Chevy El camino
Share: Yes
Date: 04/14/2008

Comments:  Hi Scott We had a great time yesterday at the maroone chevy show, as always you did an "OUTSTANDING" job. I would like to hear maybe a little bit more 80's rock if I may suggest. The music format you used at "Cheetah's Show" was definetly down my avenue.... Thanks for everything you do in this great hobbie that we all share.... Albert



Location: HIALEAH,FL.
Vehicle: 1949 PACKARD
Date: 04/02/2008




Name: cworld
Location: deerfield bch
Vehicle: 23 t bucket
Date: 03/31/2008

Comments:  Scott always check your site to stay updated on shows/events. I am looking for rear tires/rims for the bucket any suggestions? thanks C

Name: Tom Atk
Location: Hollywood
Vehicle: dodge ram hemi, 2006 mustang 4.6 gt
Date: 03/30/2008

Comments:  There was another gentelman taking pictures at the Cheetah adult club car show. Most of his pictures included dancers from the club poseing with the cars. would you or anyone else happen to know where I can view the picture, I know how to purchase and view the fotos from the official Cruising sites. This guy had a white hat and gray hair in a pony tail, black t-shirt and blue jeans. It might have said excite magazine or something like that on his shirt. We paid for some dancers to pose with our vihicle and he was also taking pictures at the same time. Just would like to see these pictures to see if there are any better. I've attended the Mustang supply, Mopar nationals, The Cheetahs and almost every friday at sr-84 and university so please help me if you could. Thanks in advance

Hello Scott!
My name is Randy Fieler. I am the parts manager at South Dade Dodge in Miami. The dealer owner has put me on a quest to try to find a local Mopar club or such to put on a Show at our dealership. At this point it would not be a trophy winning event more of like a "show off show". We would section off a part of our sales lot to allow space for the show cars. We would also supply food & drinks (hot dogs, burgers, chips, sodas & water). The idea would be to have it like a friendly monthly or ever other month gathering, a place for friends and family to go and show off their (Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth/Jeep/AMC) cars and hang out in our great South Florida weather. I can see from the Cruisin South Florida web site that your shows are typically large scale and they look great!
Perhaps you could help or point me in the direction of someone who could.
Randy Fieler,  South Dade Dodge, 16501 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami, Fl. 33157.  305-278-9994 x236

Name: Joe "Papa Joe" Ruffo
Location: 5680 S.W. 87 Avenue
Vehicle: 1985 Chevrolet Silverado Pick up truck Short Bed
Date: 03/20/2008

Comments:  Please help me locate a Truck Club in South Dade, Homestead, Cutler Ridge. Myself and friends have trucks, we visit shows but most of the vehicles are cars. 786-218-9679
Joe, anyone reading this with information should contact you directly.

Do you pay any money for photos taken at your events? Thanks
No, I usually take most of the photos presented on this website myself.  Sometimes photos are submitted by car guys at shows I miss.  At some events, we also have photo vendors, such as

Name: racer
Location: west palm beach
Vehicle: chevy
Photo: the girl with checker bikini
Photo2: bikini contest
Date: 03/17/2008

Comments:  Hi scott, i would love to see some pictures of the girl with the checker bikini, that girl was lookin so fine as f!@! thanks

Dear "Mr Racer":  I am sorry to say...I was unable to get any "quality" shots of "the girl in the checker bikini", or any quality shots from most of the show, from my location behind the stage.  This was my best shot of your "checker bikini" girl (on left). 

As you can see... many in the crowd had a pretty good viewing position... (photo right)  >


Name: Little Samantha
Date: 03/13/2008

Comments:  Hey Scott and friends, I need some advice on how to find sponsors or how to do a fund raiser. I was chosen to go to orlando may 24-25 to meet casting agents from around the world for modeling and acting, but my parents can't afford the trip so i'm trying to get the money by doing jobs. If anyone has any ideas that can help me please email my parents. Thanks to all your friend, Samantha

Name: Michael Cohen
Location: Plantation, Florida
Vehicle: 1964 P1800s
Email: and/or
Date: 03/09/2008

Comments:  Hey Scott: First off, just wanted to say what a truly great job you do, not only as a Traveling DJ, ( please keep playing " Beep Beep " and "Hot Rod Lincoln" ) but for the effort you do to keep the entire South Florida Antique, Classic, Muscle Car, Foreign, Sports & Biker communities , aware of Shows and activities, for the auto enthusiast. Hemming's should "list you" under Florida Activities by simply printing: See ! Secondly: Hope you will "list" the following event on yuo Site: Combined Club and Auto Enthusiast get-to-gether Cruise Weekend ( No Club Membership Required ) to visit and see the auto's of the BAHAMAS ANTIQUE CLUB, in Nassau/Paradise Island. Two Night Cruise , Friday to Sunday, May 16th on the Regal Empress, Imperial Majesty Cruise Line. Inside cabin starting at $199, Fully Inclusive all meals, port fee's and taxes ! It's a Car Nut's Dream Weekend Happening. On Board Sponsor's includ JC Taylor , AQ and Hemmings is considering coverage as well. Any questions to me, Mike Cohen at: 954.453-4625 ext 234 or Much thanks, Hope to see you again next weekend

Name: mack ellis
Location: conneaut,ohio
Vehicle: 1964 rambler american 220 (red&white)
Date: 03/07/2008

Comments:  been to alot of your car shows sence i,v be down here have meet alot of nice people kept up the good work

Name: Meri Charron
Location: Beckley WV
Date: 03/04/2008

Comments:  Hey Scott, long time no hear from I was looking through your web page and wonderful!!!  I remember way back when in you white Chevy van,,, those were the days! I miss all the fun we had and you, there so much to catch up on, I'm proud of you I knew you would go far but without me,, ha ha keep up the great work and email soon your old friend always  Meri

Name: Joe Ruffo
Location: South Dade (Cutler Bay) Florida 33157
Vehicle: 1985 Chevrolet Silverado Truck
Date: 02/28/2008

Comments: Would like to join or start a Chevrolet Silverado Truck Club. All years accepted, any ideas, need your help. Thanks

Name: Dave Weber
Location: Pembroke Pines
Vehicle: 2001 Mustang SVT Cobra Vert
Date: 02/25/2008

Comments:  WOW! Another great car show! The Miramar show was an outstanding success. Great weather, great cars, great DJ, great promoter, gracious hosts. It is always a pleasure to attend/show this great show. The hosts were caring and seemed grateful for the participation of all involved. Looking forward to #5.

Location: DAVIE FL
Vehicle: 2001 VETTE
Date: 01/21/2008


I had a lot of fun doing your show and working with you guys!  I look forward to next years show!  -Scott


Name: Ed and Tina Fausel
Vehicle: 1967 Ford Mustang
Date: 01/15/2008

Comments:  Eugene, Always a great show when u are involved sir!..
Had a great time.... thanx!

DSC_1995Name: Gary Smith
Location: Wellington Florida
Vehicle: Yankee Peddler Nostalgia B/FX Mustang
Date: 01/09/2008


Eugene, My hat's off to you and the rest of the crew for such an incredible job. This show was by far the best I've ever entered or even attended. Seeing Darrell again was exciting and my son getting to meet him for the first time was the topper. It was also great seeing several other familiar faces from the races as well. Then the trophy... it would have done my late father proud. I can't thank you enough. You won't have to twist my arm to get me back next year!

DSC_10747Name: Mike Fabian
Location: Lighthouse Point, Fl
Vehicle: 68 Motion Camaro
Date: 01/06/2008

Comments:  I can't wait to see the pics from the Darrell Gwynn show. Unfortunately, I only took 6 then got busy. I would like to thank everyone that helped & also all that showed up. We all had a great time & even though the weather looked a little rough it turned out great. Jet Cars, Funny Cars, Pro Mods, Nascars, Gassers ... I was in awe. Great Times, Great Cars, Great People, Great Band, Great DJ, Great Guests .... GREAT!!!

Name: Alicia, Robert and Chris
Location: Deerfield Bch, Florida
Vehicle: 70 BBGreen Donohue Javelin SST
Date: 01/06/2008

Comments:  Eugene.This ones for you.You did one heck of a job at the Darrell Gwynn Foundation car show at the SHEEHAN AUTOPLEX Saturday.I've never seen so many beautiful cars and great car people.My hats off to everyone involved.The show was topped off with the Special Guests and their cars.With them firing them up was awesome.Something my son and daughter were still talking about the next morning.Also my hats off to the Sheehan Autoplex employees.Seems like they were always sweeping and picking up paper.I've never seen so many smiling faces and people just having fun.People came from all over.I want to thank the car people and everyone involved.What a great family you guys and gals are.You always make everyone welcome.To sum it up.Just good ole plain fun for a great cause.My family thanks you guys and gals for letting us be a part of it.


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