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3t ' s & Hot Chili Rods Article & Photos By Dan Wulff he 3T’s Timeless Traveling Treasures & the Hot Chili Rods car clubs held an annual T car show on Saturday January 22, 2011 from 8am-2pm. All the profits from the show go to the Lutheran Church of the Good Shep-herd. The church is located at 4770 Orange Grove Blvd. North Ft. Myers, Fl. With the car show they also tie in a Swap meet and a Flea Market. They have a top twenty awards and Pastor’s pick trophy with the judging done by church council memberHs. In the school cafeteria they offered great food and beverages with grilled burgers, hot dogs, brats, and sloppy joes. The best part of taking pictures at these local events is look-ing for that car you have never seen before and I found such a vehicle at this show. It was parked all by its self under a tree and was basically a Rat Rod in black primer but it was the engine which was unusual. It had your basic small block V8 but it had eight small turbos mounted that would normally be found on a motorcycle engine. It was a very interesting engine to say the lease and can best be described with the pictures I took so sit back and enjoy. Support Our Advertisers 2011 • CRUISIN’ STYNLE • 43

3 T’s & Hot Chilli Rods

Dan Wulff

The 3T’s Timeless Traveling Treasures & the Hot Chili Rods car clubs held an annual car show on Saturday January 22, 2011 from 8am-2pm. All the profits from the show go to the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd.The church is located at 4770 Orange Grove Blvd. North Ft. Myers, Fl. With the car show they also tie in a Swap meet and a Flea Market. They have a top twenty awards and Pastor’s pick trophy with the judging done by church council memberRs.<br /> <br /> In the school cafeteria they offered great food and beverages with grilled burgers, hot dogs, brats, and sloppy joes. The best part of taking pictures at these local events is looking for that car you have never seen before and I found such a vehicle at this show. It was parked all by its self under a tree and was basically a Rat Rod in black primer but it was the engine which was unusual. It had your basic small block V8 but it had eight small turbos mounted that would normally be found on a motorcycle engine. It was a very interesting engine to say the lease and can best be described with the pictures I took so sit back and enjoy.

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