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Car enthusiasts find a fix with indoor winter show

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Many car enthusiasts displayed their work at the third annual Custom Rides Car Show and Expo in Tinley Park.

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Jim Scott wasn't a Ford-loving guy when he came across his 1969 Mustang Mach 1.

Ken Becker and his son Ken Jr. restored their road-ready 1965 Buick Gran Sport.

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This 1958 Chevrolet Impala started off life as a ho-hum blue cruiser but was transformed into a rolling calling card for the restoration crew at Bump and Grind Autobody in Homer Glen.

Nick Anaste's 1948 Chevrolet 3100 pickup spent its life as most haulers do -- pulling duty as a rusty farm truck.

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Midwest winters can drag on, leaving cruising enthusiasts hungering eagerly for spring. To help tide their motoring appetites, there are a few special events each season, like the Custom Rides Car Show and Expo, held last weekend at the Tinley Park Convention Center.
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    • Many car enthusiasts displayed their work at the third annual Custom Rides Car Show and Expo in Tinley Park.
    • Jim Scott wasn’t a Ford-loving guy when he came across his 1969 Mustang Mach 1.
    • Ken Becker and his son Ken Jr. restored their road-ready 1965 Buick Gran Sport.
    • This 1958 Chevrolet Impala started off life as a ho-hum blue cruiser but was transformed into a rolling calling card for the restoration crew at Bump and Grind Autobody in Homer Glen.
    • Nick Anaste’s 1948 Chevrolet 3100 pickup spent its life as most haulers do — pulling duty as a rusty farm truck.
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