The Richwood bank held its inaugural cars and coffee cruise-in on Saturday morning.   The bank which is located at 1512 W. William Street (Rt 36) in Delaware, Ohio plans to host the cars and coffee on the first Saturday of each month through October. Cruise-in time is from 9 AM to 12 noon. There is no registration fee.

This Saturday a Ghostbuster replica car parked in front of the bank helped call attention to the cruise-in.

Chad Hoffman, president and CEO of Richwood Bank was on hand to serve coffee and greet customers. The cruise-in also included free giveaways and train rides. The lobby even has a pinball machine for anyone so inclined to play a game or two.

The morning started out slow but by the end 22 classic and muscle car owners stopped by to enjoy a cup of coffee and talk cars.  Not bad for the first event.  Hopefully as word gets out, more cars will join the festivities in the coming months.

 

Just wanted to let everyone know that a new classified ads feature is now live on Car Show Talk.

To access the feature, click the CLASSIFIED ADS link under the header image at the top of the website.

Here are some of the important highlights of the feature:

  1. Placing an ad is FREE!
  2. Ads MUST be to sell or buy an automobile, automobile parts or automobile services.
  3. ALL ads MUST receive administrative approval before they become visible to the public.
  4. Ads will be visible for 90 days and have the option to be renewed to run longer.
  5. ALL transactions are between the seller and buyer.  Car Show Talk only acts as a conduit to place or view an ad.
  6. The web site administrator reserves the right to remove an ad at any time that fails to comply with the classified advertising Terms of Service.

If you have anything automobile related you wish to sell or buy, please don't hesitate to post it to the classified ads section. It won't cost you a thing to advertise it on carshowtalk.com.


If you're like me,  you're probably pretty anal about finger and hand prints on the finish of your show car.

To avoid finger prints when closing the door,  I always grab the edge of the  plastic trim along the top of the door. Read more

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Esoteric Fine Auto Finishing and the Mid-Ohio Region of the Porsche Club of America teamed up this weekend to host the second annual detailing tech session at the Esoteric facility.

A good crowd was on hand for the session despite the cold temperatures and magnesium chloride all over the roads. Many Porsche owners ignored the less than ideal road conditions and drove their cars to the session.

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One of the most frustrating aspects of washing your car is getting the wash hose stuck on a tire as you pull it around the car. Whenever this happens, you typically have to walk back around the vehicle and pull the stuck hose away from the tire. A real pain if you have to do it multiple times during a wash! Read more

If you're serious about detailing your car, you've no doubt heard about, or already use an electric leaf blower to remove water from the nooks and crannies of your car to prevent water spotting following a wash.  The Metro Air Force Master Blaster takes that action a major step forward. Read more