Below are some links that I hope you’ll find useful:
Occasionally, someone exchanges a cable that was ordered wrong. Sometimes, we build them wrong and catch them before they are shipped to the customer. I put these on eBay. See what I have for sale now. Here is the Custom Battery Cables eBay feedback.
Check out the o3djeeps youtube channel. He creates “tips and tricks” videos for Jeep vehicles.
Warn winch, hub, lights and axle kits are another thing you’ll see off-road.
Dennis Kirk sells discount motorcycle parts.
Gary Olen’s Sportsman’s Guide sells discount camping gear.
Go to Gov Liquidation to buy that military surplus jet engine you always wanted ;-).
The Auto Trader online.
We’ll be adding links to some local events and photos from some of the local clubs in the area. If you have any you think we would like, please send us the information and we’ll check it out!
We will also be posting links to shows we will be attending – so check here to find where we will be and see if we have any great offers for you!
Here are some of the current ones we know about…
To find car show event listings, check out CrusinArizona.com
One of the big car shows we attend is the Arizona Annual Rockabilly Bash
One of the clubs we always enjoy hanging out with is the Immortal Bastards Car Club
The Over-The-Hill Gang is a “street-rod” based club, limited to pre-1959 hobby cars.
Check out the Hell City Saints Car Club. Established in 2008, the Hell City Saints are dedicated to the preservation of traditional hot rodding and pre-1964 American automobiles.
The guy at Rat Rod Addiction have some very cool and unique vehicles.
The Arizona Military Vehicle Collector Club specializes in military vehicles. I was a member when I owned an M54 5-ton cargo truck. They have a big show every year and you can usually see them at the Phoenix Veteran’s Day Parade.
If you own a full-size Bronco in Arizona check out the AZ Bronco Club on Facebook.
If you own one of the smaller “classic” Broncos there’s the AZ Classic Bronco Club.