The Miscellaneous page contains informative and interesting links.
Last Updated: 10/13/14
Baby Boomer Radio – Baby Boomers greatest streaming online ultimate oldies and top 40 rock and roll of the 50s and 60s, cruising oldies, super hits on the internet radio playing the best oldies but goodies anywhere on the web.
True Oldies Channel – On-line music mostly from 1964 to 1979 but also plays selected cuts from the 1955-1963 era and also from the 1980s.
Roadside Peek – An Adventure in Time…
Roadfood.com – Road food means great regional meals along highways, in small towns and in city neighborhoods.
Jay Leno’s Garage – Jay Leno’s passion for everything automotive manifests itself online at Jay Leno’s Garage.
The View Through The Windshield – A Blog About Cars … And Everything Else That Catches My Eye.
FACTSlides – is an endless stream of amazing facts presented as colorful and animated slides. All facts are verified and well sourced. The source URL is located at the bottom, leftmost part of the screen for each fact. Random facts are updated daily on our frontpage and are later organized by themes. Launched in July, 2013, it has shown its facts over 50 million times, and was selected among the Top 100 websites of 2013 by the prestigious PC Magazine.
Car and Train Photos – Photos of car shows, car collections, auto museums and railroad museums taken by Joe Sherlock.
1949 Mercury Dwarf Car – Ernie Adams “Mr. Dwarf Car” scratch built his 1949 Mercury “Rebel Rouser” dwarf car. Also, click here to view Erinie Adams’ web site showing his dream a reality by taking the design of early model cars and scaling them down to a smaller size.
Take me back to the fifties – A nostalgic trip back to the good old days…
A Blast from the Past – A little something for those old enough to remember the Fabulous ’50s.
American Graffiti – This page is a tribute to the classic movie, American Graffiti.
Famous “Food” Cars – Food, candy and beverage companies have from time to time turned to the car world to advertise their wares, coming up with some memorable and iconic designs along the way.
Chevy Engine History – Super Chevy Magazine – In the 10th installment of the History of Chevrolet we take a look at the evolution of Chevy engines throughout the history of the company including the venerable small-block Chevy engine culminating with the LS1 engine.
GM Heritage Center – Welcome to the GM tunnel of love in Detroit. Even the public and the media haven’t been allowed in this building. Very few people know it exists.
Trucking Timeline – Vintage and Antique Truck Guide – Truck enthusiasts know their makes and models. Many people have no clue why they love pickup trucks, except that they look and feel rugged while on the road. The modern pickup truck evolved from optional add-on beds to full-sized vehicles.
San Diego Reader – Weekly publication, specializes in feature stories that cover San Diego life in general, with emphasis on local arts and entertainment, politics and events.
Chevy Transmission Gear Ratio Calculator – This will help you pick the right size tires, transmission and gear ratio combination for your classic.
Cash Box Magazine – was a weekly coin-machine and music-industry publication from July 1942 through its last issue dated November 16, 1996.
Internet Craftsmanship Museum – to make available examples of fine craftsmanship (with emphasis on metalworking projects at the small end of the size scale) to a worldwide audience on the Internet.
Astronomy Picture of the Day – A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day
Live Science – Groundbreaking developments in science, space, technology, health, the environment, our culture and history
Brainy History – Brainy History is the largest, most user-friendly history site on the web. We are a quality educational resource and provide free access to our extensive database of prominent events in history.
Radio Tapes – Historic Minneapolis/St.Paul Radio Air Checks.
Radio Timeline – Classic radio air checks from the 1960s, 70s and 80s