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Getting Set for Car Cruise
American Car Clubs

September 7th, 2020 – Labor Day Car Cruise

On On Labor Day 7 September 2020, approximately 40 classic cars went on a car cruise from Natick, through Sherborn, Dover, Natick, Framingham, Wayland ending up at JT’ Northside. It was a sight to see and the scenery during the ride was beautiful. Every class of vehicle was represented from the 30’s through the moderns.,

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Modifiers Honoring a Departed Club Member

We are all saddened by the death of Jerry Hall, a true gentleman, a fantastic Modifier who was so proud of his 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang convertible. We’ve put together a video of some of the activities the Modifiers Car Club shared with Jerry over the past few years. The pictures in the video are in no particular order

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1929 Cadillac Hood Ornament
American Car Clubs

Classic Cadillac Hood Ornament

Several decades ago, car hood ornaments were more than just emblems identifying car manufacturers—they were adornments that made bold statements.The Cadillac Automobile Company was founded in 1902 and was subsequently purchased in 1909 by General Motors. Over the following 30 years, Cadillac established itself as America’s premier luxury car. Throughout the years, Cadillac hood ornaments

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Showstopper Henry J

The Henry J was an American automobile built by the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation and named after its chairman, Henry J. Kaiser. Production of six-cylinder models began in July 1950, and four-cylinder production started shortly after Labor Day, 1950. Official public introduction was September 28, 1950. The car was marketed through 1954. Kaiser’s effort to boost sales

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