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Limited Production Poster Art

The perfect Christmas gift for that hard-to-shop-for car guy!

In an ongoing effort to help finance our costs, we are now offering limited production 24x36" poster size prints. Printed on paper heavier than your cheap department store poster, these can either be hung as-are, or can be mounted/framed to your taste.

Most of these posters are processed in HDR to produce a more artistic effect. Upon request, we can provide these same images without the artistic processing and/or in other sizes.

For all the available prints, please visit our Poster Page, or click one of the images.

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The perfect Christmas gift for that hard-to-shop-for car guy!

In an ongoing effort to help finance our costs, we are now offering limited production 24x36" poster size prints. Printed on paper heavier than your cheap department store poster, these can either be hung as-are, or can be mounted/framed to your taste.

Most of these posters are processed in HDR to produce a more artistic effect. Upon request, we can provide these same images without the artistic processing and/or in other sizes.

For all the available prints, please visit our Poster Page, or click one of the images.

On Facebook and want to Share these images? They can be found here.

 

We're Still Here!

   After much debating and essentially "taking a season off", we are back. Or, at least, still here. We have gone with a new host rather than do the hosting ourselves. This means less money out of our pockets, but we do not yet know how speed and reliability will be.

   Despite the amount of money we have already poured into the site and increasing health issues, we just couldn't bring ourselves to shut the site down. Not only have we provided the best coverage of local car shows, we have proven beneficial to the car scene on whole.

   We discovered that the extension for the ban on leaded fuel for racing was expiring, and spread the word, setting in motion a drive the ultimately saw another extension being implemented. We broke the story on the Sunday Night Inspections, causing other media outlets to pick up the story. The result of that was talks being conducted between the car community and those operating the inspections. The end result being a "backing off" of those dragnet inspections, and the charities the car community supports once again gaining from our hobby.

   Our position on feeling the need to responsibly report the facts to the car community found us under fire from the board of directors of M.A.A.C. at the time. Threats were made. We were told we were "nothing". We were informed that steps were being taken to ensure that lines of communication were going to be hindered. That did not happen. Because of our instance on being accurate with our reporting, our contacts remain firmly in place.

  Whether related or not, this coincided with the start of a change of direction with members clubs within M.A.A.C. Other stories surfaced indicating that we weren't the only ones to run afoul of M.A.A.C.'s BOD. The theory was that only one entity should be talking with the "powers that be" to  represent the car community.

 

 

 

  However, about a decade had passed with no visible changes to most of the car community, and the reality is that M.A.A.C. could not count the majority of enthusiasts within it's membership. The majority of the community, in reality, had no representation. There are signs now that with the recent changes on the M.A.A.C. BOD that there may now be a better representation of the car community.

    We look forward to seeing what the future holds, and can once more encourage all automotive enthusiasts to join M.A.A.C., and help preserve and promote our hobby. We are hoping that the new M.A.A.C. BOD understands that having more than one voice can't hurt our cause. We are also hoping that the car community itself can learn from other areas that have already gone through what we are going through, and understands that without political pressure, we have no voice.

   Back to the site itself, other changes are going to be geared more towards user input. Plans are to set up a photo gallery where our visitors can upload and control their own images. We won't be covering as many shows as we have in the past. The real future of this site will be in our visitor's hands.

   As we have about 20 GIGs of stuff already accumulated for the site, uploading everything to our new host is going to take some time. So if you see broken images or get 404 error messages, please be patient with us. We're uploading as fast as we can.

   As time goes on, we will probably be playing around with the format of the site, making it reflect more the "user supported" platform we are hoping it will be.

   As we still have out-of-pocket expenses such as hosting fees, we will still be looking to our visitors for support. We hope that we can get our costs covered without having to go the route of a pay site.

 

 

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