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posted by: safetyguy
Last Updated: 16 November 2020

Fall means darkness, leaves, sun glare, rain, fog and deer. We mean that fall brings unique hazards to roads such as falling leaves on the road, deer are more active, and a darker commute to and from work and school. Here is a reminder of what makes fall driving hazardous and what you can do to prevent crashes.

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posted by: Ray Guarino
Last Updated: 17 October 2020

Supervisor Saladino and the Town Board present

WEBSITE: N/A

WHERE: John Burns Park, Massapequa

WHEN: Saturday, December 5th, 2020 from 9AM- 2PM (Rain Date: Sunday, December 6th, 2020).

COST: Free - Donate A New Unwrapped Toy

MORE INFO - See Santa and Drop Off Your Letter to Santa!

2020 USMC Toys For Tots Cruise Thru Holiday Toy Drive 12 05 20

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posted by: Ray Guarino
Last Updated: 16 June 2020

From Tom Cotter's The Corvette in the Barn: More Great Stories of Automotive Archaeology: 11 More Barn-Finding Tips

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1. Lawyers are a Barn-Finder's Best Friend
Make friends with local lawyers, who may know about estates that are being settled due to bankruptcy, death or whatever. You never know, something interesting just might be lurking in that old garage out back.

2. Check Out Estate Auction Websites
Lately, the contents of more and more estate auctions are being listed on the Internet. Sometimes listed between the porcelain doll collection and the wooden kitchen cabinet, there might be a Maserati...

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posted by: Ray Guarino
Last Updated: 12 June 2020

From Tom Cotter's The Hemi in the Barn: More Great Stories of Automotive Archaeology: Top 20 Barn-Finding Tips 

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1. YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN

Chances are that you remember car guys who fiddled with old hot rods, sports or antique cars in the town where you grew up. Even if you moved away two or three decades ago, that doesn't mean that enthusiast doesn't still live there. As you read in Tom's story on his own barn-find cars, He bought an Abarth coupe from the estate of a man who he remembered worked on cool cars in his driveway when he was a kid.

2.  SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS ARE BEST

The weekends are the best time to discover cars that might be hidden in people’s garages.  That’s the time when people do yard work and house cleaning chores, and often open up their garages to take out rakes, shovels, ladders, etc.  And guess what? Those cars that are usually hidden behind garage doors are often exposed then.  Tom has often thought that X-ray vision would be the most handy talent to have in searching for old cars.  However, searching on weekends is the next best thing.

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posted by: Ray Guarino
Last Updated: 24 April 2020

My younger brother Mike had grown up to become a true car guy. Shunning the conveniences and boredom of driving a new car, he instead gravitated towards building his own rides. Some people found the dichotomy quite odd, as he was a certified A-mechanic at a Porsche dealership, yet drove to work in a primer grey ’55 Nomad wagon or on a Shovelhead chopper. You’ve possibly seen this type of character portrayed in the movies; one who looks totally out of place in his environment yet functions with an ethereal calmness while surrounded by the calamities of daily life.

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