2006 Long Island Car Show

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2006 Long Island Custom Car & Bike Show at Suffolk Community College

This was the last show for us in the Northeast this year and the season went out with a bang. As we got ready to put our cars away for the winter, we uncovered them for one last cruise to Suffolk Community College and managed to take 1st and 2nd place with our flagship 1970 Chevelle SS396 convertible and our most recently restored project 1970 Olds 442. 

There were plenty of gorgeous rides at the show including Nick’s documented 1970 Chevelle LS-6 (check out his website www.unique-performance.com) and several cars restored by our friend Bud from Streetside Restorations (www.streetsiderestorations.com). If you need to have restoration work done on or near Long Island, these are the guys you want to talk to!

Paul was there to answer questions, hand out flyers, and of course drool over all of the beautiful cars as well as take some snapshots. And of course, not being a Long Island native, he wishes to thank everyone who went easy on him at the show! 

If you didn’t make it out to the show, we hope you enjoy the pictures!

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