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Here are a few pics of the Easter Seals UCP of Virginia Car and Bike Show as part of our annual cruise-in for 2010 and sponsored by Page Customs.
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As the lot begins to fill early in the day, the selection of cars and bikes was unbelievable.
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If you could not find something here to catch your eye........you weren't really looking!
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The quality of cars and bikes on display here was some of the best that cruise the highways.
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Over 100 cars and 100 motorcycles cruised in and out as the day went on.
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The Raffle and Silent Auction tables stayed busy throughout the day. Some of the items were gift certificates to a Spa, Hooters, and The Tobacco Company, cases of Motor Oil, Redskins Tickets, a week at Camp Easter Seal, Detailing Services, Fishing Rods, and many other GREAT items!
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Everyone got their fill of burgers, dogs, chips, and drinks. The best part is that it was ALL included with your $10 donation admission to Easter Seals UCP of Virginia.
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As always at our events the shop is open to tour and the Techs are on hand to answer any questions.
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When you get the right group together it's easy to solve all the world's problems......as they relate to Hot Rods, anyway!
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Every one had a great time, plenty of food, and shared a lot of stories. One guy told me he talked with a fellow hot rodder he had not seen for nearly 30 years.
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Finally with a slow down at the food line the volunteers got a chance to eat too.
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A heart felt Thank-You goes out to the more than 30 volunteers that worked the show. Finally at the end of the day it's time for one of the cooks to pop a cold one.
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