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Tips if you are selling a vehicle Beware

Not every transaction is a potential scam, But you will need to use caution when dealing with an unknown buyer.
Common scams you should be aware of when selling your car include:
Offers to buy sight-unseen.
A buyer offering to buy your car without looking at it first should be considered a warning sign.
Often, this is part of a larger scam. The buyer will send a bad check or promise to wire money and have a different person pick up the vehicle.
Paying with checks or money orders.
While it...

Summer coming to a close

Summer is quickly coming to a close. As we head into some cooler weather here in southeast Texas some of the best shows are up coming. We will be headed to the Bayou Round up, Cruising the coast, The Houston Auto Rama, Wilburton Oklahoma, Good guys in Dallas just to name a few. My point is do not wait until next year to make that show, Start that project or visit that old friend. The clock is ticking on all of us and as we get older friends are falling all around us. Get out there and get busy l...

Why not put the price on the For Sale Sign

Why not put the price on the For Sale Sign. I am at Cruising the coast this week in Biloxi. I have seen many cars for sale but only one out of the 100 I have seen have a price on the sign. I have sold many cars at local shows and I always put the price on the car. Why do people not put the price on the car? I just do not understand. What are your thoughts on this? Maybe if you have to ask you cannot afford it. I know we have all heard this. Just my two cents put a price on the damn sign so that ...

Road Trip 2017 Willie Moore

Road Trip 2017 Willie Moore Went to Kentucky this past summer to visit the Bourbon country and also made a deal on a 1965 Cobra. Picked up the cobra and then spent a few days taking all the beautiful country KY has to offer. The plan was to head back to Nashville and check in at the grand old opry. I have a 2013 Dodge 3500 as my tow vehicle. The water pump failed out side of Nashville with only 54K miles. Good think I had the cobra in the trailer. I unloaded the cobra on I65 and made it on over ...

Bayou Round Up 2017 StreetRodding

Bayou Round Up 2017 Willie Moore StreetRodding. The third annual Bayou Round up was a great show. We got to Lafayette on Friday night for the show and live music downtown at the square. Then Saturday to the show at the coliseum. Live music and cool rides all day long. The weather was great. This is the third year for the show and we will be attending next year. ...

2017 Bayou Round Up Willie Moore

2017 Bayou Round Up Willie Moore Another great show here in Lafayette La. The weather was perfect looks to be around 300 cars and live music all day long. Always a great show to attend

Dyson Vacuum to build electric car

Looks like everyone is getting in on the electric car craze. I do not think I will ever own one.

It's official... Dyson, the privately held maker of the world's most powerful vacuum cleaners and hand dryers, is going to have an electric car on the market by the year 2020.

It's like the scenario of an over-budget ’80s action movie: billionaire mogul Sir James Dyson against billionaire mogul Elon Musk.

Dyson doesn't plan to tiptoe into the new venture, either.

According to Sir James ...

Happy StreetRodder Bob Carey

Happy StreetRodder Bob Carey Bob Carey happy new street rod owner. It is never to late to get started enjoying the feeling of cruising in a 1930's classic ride. So much beauty in the old coupes. Congrats Bob on your new ride. Willie Moore...

More Cuban Chrome

More Cuban Chrome. Here is a collection of photos recently taken by my friend the Swede while on location in Cuba. As you can tell by the photos the old classic rides are a alive and well in Cuba. So many are used as daily drivers and taxis. While talking with the swede about his trip he said he would not be going back. A very poor country at best and very run down. ...

Cam Shaft Break In

When rebuilding an engine with a flat-tappet camshaft, there are a number of specific camshaft break-in procedures that should be followed as best practices to get the most performance and longevity out of your new combination. Edelbrock’s tech line receives a lot of questions regarding the proper method of installation and break-in for their line of flat-tappet camshafts. In this video, Edelbrock’s August Cederstrand walks you through the proper camshaft break-in methods and best practices to m...

Help for Hurricane Victims Alvin Texas Area

If you need help here are some local resources

Affected by Hurricane Harvey or Wish to Help? Here are some resources that may be useful.
St. John The Baptist Catholic Church 281-331-3751
Caring Hearts 9/5 to 9/9 open 9 to 4, Friday will be open until 7
Additional Hours to be determined at end of the week. Normal hours every Tuesday
Food, water, cleaning supplies, paper products, diapers, misc. items, possible financial help

Calvary Chapel 3700 F...

Work continues here is South East Texas

What a mess we have here in Texas. So many folks who have been pushed out of their home and so much water damage. Some folks are still not able to get back in their home. I believe things are going well overall. So many volunteers working to help in so many ways. Operation BBQ is one of the many groups who are donating meals and also New Hope Church. The New Hope Folks have cleaned out 140 homes in the last few days and scheduled for another 70 homes on Saturday. Wow what a difference folks are ...

What it is like to be a Texan

MUST READ! Best article I've ever read from a NON-Texan about us Texans! #texasstrong....
By Robert Dean:
"I’m not a Texan. I don’t adore the Lone Star State. I’m a transplant who’s lived in Austin for the last four years. I can’t name the state fish, I don’t understand the thing with mums at Homecoming, and I think chicken fried steak sucks. I don’t care about Friday Night Lights.
But I married into a Texas family. A Texas family with crazy deep roots. My wife is a direct descendant from the...

Ford 9 Inch Information

How do I determine which Ford 9” I have?What gear lube do you recommend and how much should I use?Can you tell me more about your axle seals?What’s the difference between Truetrac vs. Trac-Loc?

How to determine which Ford 9” you have:1.Bolt pattern on the housing flange. Center hole to center hole, vertically, and horizontally. The diameter of the hole. This determines what flange you have
.2.With the axle in the differential, measure from the face of the housing flange, to the outer face (d...

Good advice on Vehicles after the Hurricane

As you begin the process of rebuilding, obviously making sure your family is safe and has a roof over their head is most important. However, your transportation needs will soon come into play and there will be challenges. Here are some key points to ponder.

At this point, it appears that there will be more cars that need to be replaced than there are cars for sale in the hurricane area. This is going to create car shortages of both new and used cars. Pickups and SUVs will be shortest in ...

Scammers and Rip off Artists

Scammers and Rip off Artists. As we move ahead during these troubled times in South East Texas please be aware of Scammers and folks trying to rip you off. I am still getting the calls from the IRS saying that I owe money and they will be taking me to court. Be aware of all the phone scammers and fly by night contractors promising to do the job and wanting money up front to get started. Never pay anyone up front. I always make them work a day and pay as they progress Be careful as a fool and his...

Contact information for Hurricane Support Texas

Please join us in praying for everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey, the flooding, the first responders and all those that are helping others. We pray God will give you strength. Texans are the best when it comes to helping each other! Let’s join together in giving a helping hand to our friends, neighbors and those in need. Please share the list of helpful resources below.

“The Lord gives strength to his people, the Lord blesses his people with peace.” Psalm 29:11


Flooding down in Texas Continues

Flooding down in Texas Continues. As Harvey pushes east the trouble in Houston Texas continues. Several of the water shed are still at peak capacity and the banks which are made of dirt are showing signs of leakage. The engineers are letting the water out causing still more flooding in downstream areas. The Brazos river is out of the banks and more rescues are taking place today. Hopefully things top out in the near future. Willie Moore...

Flooding Down in Texas

This is a really good summary. Borrowed it from a friend's post...
Both Houston airports have been under tornado warnings and are closed. Every major road in Houston shut down. Ben Taub hospital is being evacuated. Only one way out of Brazoria county because every other way is under water. Everyone south of Hwy 6 and west of 288 are under mandatory evacuation...evacuating through the flood.
20,000 cruise passengers stranded in the gulf. Every waterway from Houston to the coast predicted to rea...

Classic cars feed the hungry

A guy looked at a Corvette the other day and said, "I wonder how many people could have been fed for the money that sports car cost."

I replied I am not sure, it fed a lot of families in Bowling Green, Kentucky who built it, it fed the people who make the tires, it fed the people who made the components that went into it, it fed the people in the copper mine who mined the copper for the wires, it fed people in Decatur IL. at Caterpillar who make the trucks that haul the copper ore.

It fe...

Buying a Classic

If you are looking to buy your first classic car, Replacing a classic that you once owned or looking to add to your collection here are a few things to think about.

Whether you buy online from a dealer in another country or you decide to take your best buddy’s classic car off his or her hands, you will want to inspect the car in person. If you can’t travel to the car’s location, hire a reputable vintage car authority to take a peek for you. If the seller is hesitant to let a professional i...

Auto Transport Information

Auto transport companies ship vehicles from one city to another, one state to another and even one country to another. Some reasons people need to ship a vehicle include:

Individuals making a cross-country move

Car collectors purchasing a classic car from out of state.

Small businesses purchasing a small fleet of vehicles for local transport or delivery services.

Cab companies that need to replace their entire fleet of vehicles.

No matter your reason for having your vehicle ship...

The Ford Edsel cost to Ford

Ford spent a year aggressively marketing the Edsel — named after Henry Ford’s son — ahead of its 1957 release. It was to be the “car of the future,” made available on dealership lots on what Ford dubbed “E-Day.” Despite the hype, the car was a commercial disaster. It was considerably overpriced, disappointingly not futuristic, and generally ugly. Ford ceased the car’s production after only two years, losing an estimated $350 million....

Trophy Motors New Braunfels Willie Moore

Trophy Motors New Braunfels Willie Moore. Met with Tom at trophy motors in New Braunsfels Texas and bought a used 24" enclosed trailer. Tom was great to deal with and had a great selection of enclosed trailers. Tom also deals in classic and muscle cars. ...

StreetRodding Makers Mark Kentucky

StreetRodding Makers Mark Kentucky. As you can tell we spent a few days in Kentucky looking at a few hot rods and visiting several distilleries. I must say we had a great time. Makers Mark is so pretty and just a great place to spend the day. So much history and so much to see. If you are in the area stop by and say hello. You will be glad you did. ...

StreetRodding Jim Beam Distillery Kentucky

StreetRodding Jim Beam Distillery Kentucky

We had a great day at the Jim Beam Distillery. The scenery is great and the tour is very good. We learned all about the many labels they produce there and the history of Jim Beam. After the tour we had lunch at the restaurant on location and the food was great. The tour guide was a real blast and was able to answer all questions. Close to the end of the tour you will be able to select your own bottle off the line and and purchase it if you so desire....

StreetRodding Willett Distillery Kentucky

We are here in Kentucky for a few days making our rounds through the country side. What a great part of the country to visit and the scenery is great. We are visiting several of the distilleries in the area and having a great time. Today we are at the Willett distillery. Willett by comparison is small in every aspect except taste when compared to Jim Beam and Jack Daniels. The tour was a lot of fun and we learned a lot about making Bourbon. The tour guide Jessica was great and able to answer all...

Streetrodding Dicks Auto Museum San Marcus

Streetrodding visits Dicks in San Marcus

As we were heading out on a road trip to Kentucky we made a stop in San Marcus at Jack’s antique car museum. The museum has many cars from the mid 1900s through the 1960’s. A great collection of collectibles including one very rare Tucker. The museum is a great place to spend a few hours if you love old cars like I do. So many beautiful cars and so much history. Additional information can be found on the web. Here are a few photos.
Willie Moore...

Today in 1914 Babe Ruth

With baseball season in full swing here is a little baseball history

On July 11, 1914, in his major league debut, George Herman “Babe” Ruth pitches seven strong innings to lead the Boston Red Sox over the Cleveland Indians, 4-3.

George Herman Ruth was born February 6, 1895, in Baltimore, Maryland, where his father worked as a saloon keeper on the waterfront. He was the first of eight children, but only he and a sister survived infancy. The young George, known as “Gig” (pronounced jij) to h...

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