This was the best SBN in several years, as far as overall attendance, especially spectators.
MECA participation was light, compared to previous years, with 53 vehicles for SQL and SPL contests.
Jessie Johnson (Gorilla Audio) from IL won the Sound Pressure League Best of Show.
Craig Butler from GA won the Sound Pressure Best of Show with 179.7 dB in X2.
Mikey Pilato won the Park & Pound Best of Show with 135.7 dB in DB5.
Robert Hilton (Audison/Hertz/JL…Continue
THE DRIVE TRAIN BY THE NUMBERS
This is an all electric roadster, available for sale today, that does 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 secs, goes 245 miles on a charge and has ZERO emissions! Incredible!…Continue
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A big congrats goes to Charles Gazaway in his Pontiac Sunbird , pic's & more info...Continue
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When I was an early teen, I met Walt Seeley, the first professional auto restorer I had yet met, and he significantly altered my life. He had a very large machine shop, and out front he sold exotic and rare cars, many were antiques already in 1960. I sat in a 1936 Auburn Boat-tail and drove a Model T for the first time because he allowed me to (after a bit of pushing on…
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"Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria!" There were many strange things in 1984's Ghost Busters, and there may be some strange ones here in Georgia. A new Roush Mustang wins Best in Show at a Mustang Show,…Continue
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Weather is tricky for any outdoor gathering, but March is particularly fickle. I arrived to set up at the Caffeine & Octane gathering in Alpharetta, GA on March 6, 2011 a little early because I thought I might need time to set up in the drizzle rain. Of course the lot was empty but the drizzle had now strengthened and the breeze was more like a gusty wind. The weatherman had said it would be light and even would stop by 8am. It was still dark, so we had some time to let it…Continue