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A man with bears in his living room, a jail cell in his backyard, and a safe vault door for his office door. Mel has made his life about collecting interesting finds, sharing his faith, and did we mention, he does cowboy shows? Check back soon to learn more about this amazing man and all he’s accomplished with his hands.Melvin Lee, Our Person of the Month
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From owner Mike Coyne: "Julius Nietenhoefer from Kerrville, Texas Restored this car several years ago for one of his customers It was stored in a climate controlled building. After a few years he decided to sell it because he was afraid to drive it having only put 255...read more
The vehicle was kindly donated to this fundraising event by the co-founder of RodRides. Ashley will join us April 3rd, 2021 to help raise funds for the Girl with Grit Program. Join her as a passenger for a 25 minute cruise of Boerne, TX. All proceeds will benefit the...read more
My childhood dream was to own a Porsche, and luckily I was able to make that happen last year, Car is fast and fun and the first thing I did was a 3700 mile road trip.1 Adult Passenger can ride Seat Belts Street Legal Registered Insured Rides in this vehicle are...read more
I had always dreamed of someday owning a vintage Ford pickup truck. After listening to speaker, Tony Robbins tapes one day, I decided to write down exactly the truck that I wanted to the detail. That was in 2011. I am a director at the AgriCultural Museum in Boerne...read more
I am the third owner of this truck. It was purchased from a gentlemen in Bonham Texas, who purchased this vehicle from the original owner. This truck was originally purchased at the International Harvester dealership in Bryan, Tx back in 1957. 2 Passengers can ride...read more
Any idea how many high school kids you can get in/on a Model A Coupe? 13,,,, My T went to college with me and chugged up and down the hills at SWTSU in San Marcos. A couple of us drove it to Austin one afternoon and harassed the hippies on 6th St and UT campus. One...read more
I've had this little car for about 4 years ... picked it up in Massachusetts ... got her running in North Carolina before driving her back home via a few extra states 🙂 She's pretty much my daily driver ... even though she leaks all kinds of oil (typical of Corvairs)...read more
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