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Lake Mulwala CANCELLED Rod Run
But we went anyway and had a great time with a few other regional Victorian rodders...
1931 Model a Ford Coupe, Greg Hardcastle, rod squad rodders, Gaven, QLD
Stan Kaminski’s crazy bucket has survived since the seventies...
McGregors' Model As
Luke and Rob built a terrific pair of street rod Tudors...
Re-emerging from Lockdown
What it means to be able to get your street rod out and play with it
Castlemaine Coffee Cruise
Keen car enthusiasts congregate in the treet Rod Capital for our first post-COVID lockdown cruise...
1948 CHEVROLET PICKUP
Tony Hubbard has always been into cars and had some of his own from as young as 13. He started a panel beater/fabricator apprenticeship at 15 while living in Euroa but halfway through his apprenticeship, Tony moved to Melbourne. His first streetcar was an FJ Holden that was low to the ground, painted red, had a roll pan fitted and later on he raced speedway, go karts and has been involved in motor racing for 55 years. He’s still got a Camaro that he campaigns in the historic touring car series.
How-To Grilled To Perfection
Modifying the grille shell, fitting head and taillights
A cool custom onvertible cruiser...
Chris Van Eekelen’s scary-cool street rod coupe...
Virtual Cat Competitions Get Their Start in CFA
About two years ago, long before the pandemic made virtual competitions popular, CFA Marketing Director Desiree Bobby first began investigating software solutions that might enable CFA to effectively run such competitions. At the time, the goal was to use the shows to make pedigreed cats—and of course, CFA—more visible to an online audience, and in so doing, increase people’s interests in the cat fancy.
Effective Show Management
Opening note: This is a work in progress, as many people across the country have helped. We began writing this series in March with the intent of eventually creating a piece which new and old show managers could use for reference. We began just after CFA joined the rest of the world in cancelling events in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and certainly local and state ordinances will change how we begin to hold shows again. But knowing about and responding to changes is also part of a show managers’ job.
AN ARTS AND CRAFTS BUNGALOW
Inside and out, this 1916 house in Spokane, Washington, retained all of the original detailing. The owners brought out its inherent charm.
Inside the CFA Credentials Committee
The “Inspectors of Election” is the formal term referred to in New York Not-For-Profit Law that applies to CFA operations. The group has been called “tellers” in previous meetings. As a group this also constitutes the “Credentials Committee.”