Friday, September 14, 2012
One Month Until Chryslers in the Canyon IV
We are just one month away from Chryslers in the Canyon IV!!
If you have not done so, please pre-register in the following thread:
If you are not on the forum, you can send in an e-mail.
To mark the occasion and to help bring more folks into what is sure to be a great time...Here is the latest flyer that reflects several upgrades in the last few weeks:
Again, please spread the word and remember to pre-register if you have not! We are closing in on a great time for all! More info to come shortly including the Official Awards List!
CIC IV Dash Plaques by D&L Automotive Machine and Race Engines
Hats off to D&L Automotive Machine and Race Engines in Canyon, Texas for sponsoring the CIC IV Dash Plaques!
D&L Machine is located on 9th Avenue in Canyon, TX just off of 23rd Street. Since the inception of AAM D&L has been on hand to help support AAM as a club and individual members. They supported MAAD and MAAD 2.0 as well as getting the custom t-shirts for the event.
This year they decided to spice things up a bit by picking up the tab for CIC IV Dash Plaques. All show-goers love Dash Plaques, especially when they are unique, 100% Mopar ,and I suppose featuring last year's AAM Best of Show 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona doesn't put a damper on anything either.
In addition to supporting AAM, Larry and Dallas have gone out of their way helping individual members across all walks off the hobby. Whether Larry stays late and works the weekend to get a transmission built for a drag race, or Dallas spends the extra time to help you pick out key components for your build and then dyno tunes them to max performance, they have both gone above and beyond the call of duty. This isn't just a trend, it is something they have done and will continue to do. Regardless of if you are putting a race motor in your 64 Plymouth, building a hot 440 for street/strip, looking to replicate the factory specs in your 383, or are trying to maximize power in your 5.9 Magnum or 5.7 HEMI they treat all jobs with the utmost care and attention to detail.
There are very few people that I let touch anything I own...D&L is one of those few places.
For any automotive machine needs, race engine builds, head work, cam installs, etc they can't be beat. Larry knows the Torqueflite better than anyone in the area and is known for putting killer tunes on the old Mopars.
If you are in need of any work, or are simply contemplating a future build, I and many other AAMers fully back D&L.
Feel free to contact them at (806) 655-5588 or swing by in person. It is important to support the people that support us and D&L definitely fits that description.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Chryslers in the Canyon IV Official Event T-Shirts Now Available!
Hey Folks! If you are really wanting to get into the mood early, or simply want yet another way to promote Chryslers in the Canyon IV, this is your ticket!
Our CIC IV Shirts and Awards will both feature last year's AAM Pick Best of Show Winner Bob Kerbs and his 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. Here is the artwork:
And here is a prototype shirt shown in gray:
*Please note that the shirts will have the AAM Logo on the front left chest and the artwork on the back...That is why this one is a prototype.
The shirts run $18 and are available in Small, M, L, XL, 2XL, and 3XL and offered in White, Gray, Light Blue, Safety Green, and Azale, which is basically Pink.
Check them out:
http://bubbastees.auctivacommerce.com/4 ... 60546.aspx
If you order online Wayne usually has them shipped very quickly. You also do not have to have PayPal...There is an option at checkout to order with a regular charge card.
You can order early, or as in the past have Wayne make your shirt on site in the canyon. Either way you'll be getting a nice, custom shirt that will look good and help promote Chryslers in the Canyon!
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