Pictures and Thanks from Open House 2021!

by | Aug 24, 2021

I want to take a moment to thank everyone who took the time to drive out and join us Saturday at our Third Annual Sport and Specialty Open House. To those of you who struggled with previous commitments, rest assured we’ll be here again next year.

It may have taken four years to get to the third annual Open House, but it was worth the wait!! We had a wide variety of cars and many different groups and clubs represented.

Our favorite part is showing off our work to our friends who stopped in. The weather and food was great with sunny, rain free, skies and fresh BBQ plates and sandwiches. Even Burt and Carol Levy came up to liven up the conversation and hawk some automotive literature. I sure hope they can make it next year!!

So, enjoy some pictures of the day, and make plans to see us next year!

-John


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