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Hanksters Hot Rods
Hanksters Hot Rods is a classic car dealership, buyer, seller, and showroom based in Indiana, Pennsylvania and founded and owned by long-term car enthusiast Gary Hankinson, aka Hankster. He has been putting his passion to work for decades and specializes in muscle cars along with his professional staff. In 2015, Hankster partnered with Kevin Sergent and opened a new showroom in South Daytona, Florida.
Combined, Gary and Kevin have nearly 60 years of experience working with cars, both new and classic. Together they bring their strengths to bear on the classic, and especially muscle car, market. With their trusted and equally car-passionate staff they offer services from buying and selling classic cars to financing to transportation. They work with first-time buyers and experienced car collectors alike.
How to Shoot the Best Hot Rod Photos
Whether your hot rod is a 1941 Chevy Special Deluxe or a 1951 Chevy Styleline, you know the value of a stylish photograph. After you have spent thousands of dollars on restoring your classic car, you should learn how to make your car look you spent thousands of dollars on it. There are several mistakes that amateur photographers make when shooting their cars. To make your Chevy Special Deluxe look like a deluxe car, follow these tips:
China Loves Classic American Cars
Who doesn’t love classic cars? From the earliest Fords to the ‘40s hot rods, the powerful road racers of the muscle car era, and the modern classics, everyone loves the style and the nostalgia of a classic car. Apparently no one loves it more than Chinese citizens. American culture has long been popular with the people in communist countries. Today, that is taking the form of a love for older cars among the people of China.
J.J. Best Banc & Co.
You’ve found the classic or collector car of your dreams, maybe after years of searching for just the right classic model, and now you’re faced with buying it. How do you finance your dream? Just because you don’t have the cash on hand to purchase your dream car immediately does not mean that it’s out of reach. Financing is always an option, and with J.J. Best Banc & Co. you can count on having a team that works specifically with customers for the financing of classic and specialty vehicles.
Don’t Let Your Street Rod Get Stale
The idea behind building a hot rod is to draw attention. From the loud paint to the loud engine, there is nothing subtle about hotrods, lowriders, and other modified cars. Even though you could be driving a car as old as a 1940 Chevy Master, your hotrod could be incredibly dated. Fortunately, it is very easy to update a hot rod or lowrider, no matter how old your car might be.
Woodward Dream Cruise
The annual Woodward Dream Cruise in suburban Detroit is a celebration of classic cars and of cruising up and down this classic American highway. The Dream Cruise is an official event, but harkens back to the 1950s and 1960s when young people raced their hot rods and muscle cars and spent evenings cruising with friends.
Hot Rod: The great city of Indianapolis, Indiana was showcased recently when it was given the opportunity to play host to the Super Bowl. It was quite a game and the city got a chance to shine on the world stage.
Every NFL city would like to have a Super Bowl at some point in time but the game is generally awarded to teams that are located in cities that have weather that is mild during the beginning of February.
The exception to this is domed stadiums or stadiums with retractable roofs. So, Indianapolis was able to host the Super Bowl because of building a truly fantastic facility: Lucas Oil Stadium.