Memorial Day is a day to reflect on the "Real Heroes" of our Country's history. Men that fought and some that died that made it possible for us to have a decent life. Those of us that were never there will never know the horror that they went through.
Thinking of you on this Memorial Day
Respecfully, Wade Mahaffey
Monday, May 31, 2010
Walt Spangler (40 ford), Raymond Good (68 Camaro), Lawrence Morris (55 chevy), Norman and Mrs. Burch (66 Plymouth), Steve Garner (67 GTA Mustang), Harry Adams (65 GT350 Mustang), Derek and Hope Johann (32 Ford), Wade Mahaffey (27 Roadster), Duayne and Rose Milstead (Dodge Challenger not pictured) was there for half of the ride but had other commitments. Thanks to all who participated and had a good time...I KNOW I DID!
The photo was taken after a Roy Rogers lunch at Solomons Island Maryland.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Thank you Mr. Bill Goodwin for two great nights of "Drive-In" fun. Bill has an awsome set-up for watching Movies outdoors. Oh, did I mention Bill has quite a collection of nostalgia drag racing videos. (If you look close, you'll notice the name "Bill Goodwin" in some of the credits at the end of these great movies).
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
I also used a Mahaffey custom "operations and monitoring" manifold inserted into the upper radiator hose. This allows the use of thermostatic control switches, warning/alert components (in situations where a driver may forget to activate a system by toggle switch), interior guages and/or an inline guage (pictured). These are custom tailor made to your needs, and eliminates all of the additional lines into the intake manifold. In lawrence's situation we used an inline temp guage and two thermostatic control switches. Fan (A) comes on at 185 and goes off at 170 and fan (B) comes on at 195 and goes off at 185.