The majority of resto-modded classic cars we come across these days are based on muscle cars that already had performance credentials, like the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette, for example. We here at GM Authority can appreciate originality, however, which is exactly why this 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster caught our eye while recently perusing Barrett-Jackson’s website.
The custom 1950 Chevrolet Fleetmaster, which is heading to auction at Barrett-Jackson’s upcoming 2020 Fall Auction, is the culmination of three years of hard work by Southern California-based shop Denny’s Bowtie Restorations. The shop started out by pulling the Fleetmaster coupe body off of the chassis and giving the ladder frame underpinnings a complete overhaul, welding in new crossmembers and throwing on tubular A-arms, Wilwood lower spindles, power rack-and-pinion steering and QA1 two-way adjustable coil-overs. Out back, this rust-free Fleetmaster’s chassis also received a set of parabolic lowering springs with custom-made shackles and shocks.
The Cambria County Library recently completed a rebranding project that includes a family of library logos and the launch of a new system-wide website.
The website — still located at cclsys.org — acts as a digital library branch, with a mobile-friendly design that provides easier access to library information and online resources. New features include a searchable county-wide library events calendar, one-click access to a customer’s account from the local library’s homepage, dynamic news and book recommendation features, and additional ways to receive staff assistance.
“Our website development and rebranding project represents a concerted effort to offer modern features and services to our community,” said Ashley Flynn, Cambria County Library director and system administrator. “We are so proud of our completed site, which will be an ever-growing and developing resource designed to help connect our users with the exact resources they need. It reflects modern library services and showcases our
Three people have been arrested in connection with modern slavery and drugs offences after a routine stop by officers near Harrogate.
A silver Audi A4 saloon car was pulled over by traffic cops on Burn Bridge Road at Pannal just before 3am on August 25.
Following checks on the car and the occupants, a 47-year-old man from Leeds and a 32-year-old woman from Birmingham were arrested for suspected modern slavery and people trafficking offences.
They have been released under investigation while enquiries continue.
A 23-year-old woman from Leeds was also arrested for possession of a Class A drug. No further action was taken against her and officers have provided safeguarding support.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation is urged to call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 1, and speak to the Force Control Room, quoting reference number 12200148140..
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The updated website features a friendly user interface and a streamlined product portfolio.
Brookfield, Wis. – Colordyne Technologies, a leading manufacturer of efficient, high-resolution digital inkjet printers and retrofits for the narrow web label and tag market, announces the launch of an updated website, which offers an improved visitor experience and more accessible information.
The new design implemented on www.colordynetech.com offers users a better experience through functional navigation and a modern, visually compelling look and feel. The company focused on:
Making it easier to access resources like product information, eBooks and case studies.
Implementing online support requests with automated queueing.
Updating the corporate colors and branding used across the website.
Colordyne’s main product page on the updated website.
“The current market is driving greater engagement online,” said Katelyn Bohr, Director of Marketing, Colordyne Technologies. “With this in mind, we wanted to make it easier for our customers to access information
Thanks to Lee “Budgie” Barnett for this one. He nominated the first. I arbitrarily defined “modern” as born since 1900, and excluded people such as Banksy whose anonymity is part of their celebrity.
1. Dr Seuss. His real name was Theodor Geisel: Seuss was his middle name; and he wasn’t a doctor.
2. Pol Pot. There are a few photos on the internet, but I don’t remember seeing them at the time. Nominated by Jonathan Law.
3. Emma Clarke, who tells you to “mind the gap” on the London Underground. Thanks to Steven Fogel.
4. Stanley Kubrick. The filmmaker’s face was fairly well known (moustache, beard, intense eyes), but Alan Conway, a conman, got away with pretending to be him in the 1990s, and convinced people to pay for meals and drinks. Kubrick’s assistant Anthony Frewin wrote the screenplay for Colour
FLINT, MI — The Treasure Race app is an updated approach to the typical treasure hunt. The app features the camaraderie of a road rally combined with the ingenuity of a scavenger hunt, some Indiana Jones-esk clues and the chance to win a cash prize, according to its creators.
The newly launched interactive app-based experience, Treasure Race, was designed to engage your team in a multi-day adventure throughout your selected state. Each race will vary in size, duration, and in total number of miles traveled. Bbe prepared for unpredictable circumstances, according to the Treasure Race website.
The first public Treasure Race will be held in Genesee County at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. The Treasure Race team is offering a $5,000 prize for the first-place team and waive the registration fee for this hometown race, according to a Treasure Race press release.
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