Summit Racing’s social media team does a great job sharing their customers’ car and truck photos with the world via their Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram accounts.
But it’s virtually impossible to share them all.
Summit Racing’s social media crew was kind enough to let us mine their user-submitted photos from Facebook to share with our readers.
Every one of these photos is a story. Father-and-son stories. Brother stories. Husband-and-wife stories. Friend stories.
These photos represent several years and untold hard-earned dollars and wrenching hours spent on their project vehicles. We understand that we will never fully appreciate how meaningful some of these cars actually are to their owners.
So, from all of us at OnAllCylinders and the gang at Summit Racing, thank you for chasing your dreams, catching them, and being kind enough to share the fruits of your labor with the rest of us.
Here are 25 user-submitted rides. For all the reasons that are obvious, and all those that aren’t, we pretty much love them all.
gas runs in my veins , nomatter what it is in………..
A lot of nice rides here.Keep the pictures. coming.
Cool cars actually mean a lot to our Nation in a number of ways. In fact the upcoming National Collector Car Apreciation Day (yup, a lot of folks are unaware of this Holiday for… us) prompted me to post up a Blog on what the car culture has meant to our Nation down through the years. http://hotrodnights.blogspot.com/
We will be celebrating here in Portland on July 13 along with many others across the Nation. The reasons for the importance of collecting the automobile are many and varied – many stories worth telling. Perhaps my Blog could be published here to solicit responses from the Gearheads with stories to tell 🙂
SEMA SAN member.
A nice collection of cool rides.
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