MOONEYES XMAS Party Show & Drag 2014


MOONEYES annual Show & Drag at Irwindale Speedway in Irwindale, CA
Cars, bikes, vendor booths, live music, pinup contest, art auction and more.
General Show & Drag event information:
SHOWTIME: DEC. 13, 2014, GATE OPENS at 6:00AM
GENERAL ADMISSION: $5.00 per person over 12 years old.
SHOW CAR Registration:
All show cars are limited to pre 1965 model years.
PREREGISTRATION ENTRY FEE: $20.00 includes 1 car and 2 persons.
Registration Entry Fee at the gate (at show) is $40.00 (1 car & 2 persons)
Motorcycles are $15.00 Preregistration or at the gate.

Entry forms:
– SHOW CAR Entry Form
DRAG RACE Registration:
RUN WHATCHA BRUNG! Test your car & your skills!
Drag cars are limited to pre 1969 model years.

– DRAG RACE Registration
Show & Drag Registration forms, as well as the Vendor Booth Application form, are available for download below. PDF reader is required to view the documents.

Please print the document, fill out the form completely and send it in. Our address and related information are on the form. For any specific questions, please contact us at or by calling (562) 944-6311.

Vendor Registration period: (CLOSED)
*Registrations may end early without any notice, depending on space available.

– Vendor Booth Application
(REMOVED) Sorry, vendor space is full.
Thank you for your registration!
Pin-up Contest is handled by Mitzi & Co. There is a deadline and space is limited. Please contact them for details.

Preregistration does not guarantee a parking space. Although we do have reserved sections for the car show entries, all parking is based on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to secure a parking space.
Gate opens by 6AM.

Parking is managed by Irwindale Speedway. Once the parking lot is declared full, the gate will be closed and no vehicles will be permitted into the parking area until an official confirms an open space. MOONEYES does not have any control over the parking situation. We apologize for the trouble and any inconvenience this may cause.

Please Note:
Please do not setup tents in open spaces or block empty spaces. Please cooperate with the parking lot attendants at all times. After all, they are just doing their job.

Come early, park early, take it easy and enjoy a fine day at the show!

Thank you very much. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation regarding the parking situation.

Bonneville SpeedWeek Course Condition Report

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Bonneville SpeedWeek Course Condition Report
To All SpeedWeek Competitors: Updated

As previously noted the SCTA has been monitoring the weather and conditions at Bonneville. We received two reports from the salt in the last 24 hours. There was rain in the area yesterday and some dropped on the BSF. The good news is that the light rain created a few puddles and the courses still looked good. The forecast for the BSF is not showing any chance of rain before next week and that is noted for Monday only. Warm weather and light winds will help to dry the racecourses. There has been sporadic rain since then but nothing significant and the courses are holding up well. SCTA officials will start course conditioning Saturday August 2nd, 2014 and will start giving daily reports from the salt via our SCTA-BNI website and Facebook.

The new Bonneville Course Conditioner (commercial grade wheel packer) has arrived in Wendover and we will be putting it through its paces right away. We wish to thank a few great donors (most wishing to remain anonymous) that have stepped up to assist with the purchase of the new Bonneville Course Conditioner; your donations are very appreciated by the SCTA-BNI, USFRA and all of the BSF competitors.

See you at SpeedWeek!

Scott C. Andrews
SCTA President/Chief Timer

Bonneville Speed Week 2014

Bonneville Speed Week 2014
August 9 through 15, 2014 at Wendover, Utah. MOONEYES will be there with our vendor trailer. As a result, MOONEYES shop in Santa Fe Springs will be closed from August 8-11, 2014 and will reopen on Tuesday August 12. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
Hope to see you on the salt!

European Hot Rod Custom Show 2014

Image I was pleased to find out that I would get a chance to return to Chimay Belgium for the 2nd European Hot Rod & Custom Show. I attended the 1st show two years ago and was looking forward to going back, this time my wife Leslie and I would be representing Mooneyes USA.

After a couple 5 hour flights we arrived in Brussels Thursday morning. We had a little time to take in a few sights as we headed down to Chimay. We arrived there in the early afternoon and immediately headed over to the show grounds to see how things were going. It looked like everything was going great, the tents were all up, and many of the vendors were already set up. The weather was perfect, about 70 degrees and a slight breeze. I was hoping to catch up with Kobus but he was out running errands. We headed over to our Hotel, checked in and got dinner.

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photo-605 photo-602 Friday morning we woke up feeling pretty good but noticed it got a little cloudy outside. Leslie checked the weather on her I-phone and it looked bad!” It says it’s going to rain all weekend” Yikes, we didn’t pack for that! We headed over to the show grounds and met up with Shige and the group from Mooneyes Japan. We didn’t have much to set up as we would only be putting out a couple tables this year and selling shirts. The “MOONSTER” was already there and would be displayed in our booth during the show. Vendors were not selling on Friday so we just checked things out and then headed out and planned dinner. We met with Kobus for dinner and got a chance to talk with a lot of his helpers and other guest, they were happy to see that MOONEYES would be at the show again.

photo-600 photo-599 Saturday morning we headed over to the show right after breakfast. The camping section was different then the last show and I was surprised to see how many people were there camping. It was colder than Friday and cloudy but it had not rained yet. We got the booth opened at about nine and had vistors coming in as soon as we opened, The MOONSTER was a hit and the shirts started selling well. At about 11 o’clock the first rain hit and it hit hard. I felt bad for Kobus and his gang, all the work they had done ruined by this rain. I was wrong, I don’t think anybody left. In fact the number of people seemed to still be growing, I guess they have become used to it. We got a chance to walk around and check things out. The cars ranged from aircooled VWs, hot rods, customs, trucks, muscle cars and lots of drag cars. The drag cars were not put away when it started raining, they paraded them around the grounds several times during the day, just were not able to race. Mooneyes was well represented there with the vendors, we had several of our European dealers there including; Jackhammer from the UK, Dr. Low Tuning shop from The Netherlands, Signzz from Germany and Goodies and Family from France. They all seemed busy despite the rain and I was told by a few of them that they did a lot more in sales then the first show.

photo-601 DSC_0078 They do a great job of keeping everyone entertained at this show. Bands play throughout the day in a big tent, they had a Motorcycle circle of death show that packed in the crowds all day. The burnout contest area was busy with cars and bikes doing burnouts and doughnuts all day. Sunday was pretty much the same with a small patch of no rain in the morning allowing some drag racing to take place.

I think this show was a success and hopefully it will continue and grow. We sold out of everything we brought and had a great time visiting with customers and friends that we rarely get to see. Hopefully we will continue to attend this show and it turns into a must attend show for all of Europe.

Thank You,


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Speed Week 2013 Report by Chico Kodama

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Like every year, we think we are ready and should have good running. But often times things don’t go as you planned. We had everything loaded and departed for our 12 hour trip at midnight on Aug 8th. Pretty smooth sailing all the way. Made couple of usual stops and we are on the salt at noon. Staked out the pit and went for tech inspection. Here too, no problem. By 5:00pm, we were out of there.

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speedweek1310 speedweek1311Since we were done with inspection, we didn’t have much to do on Friday other than change the tires, adjust the valves and get ready for tomorrow. We found out our car was on the event T-shirt. That’s a quite an Honor!


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Saturday was the driver’s meeting at 9:00am. This year, we had Kid Rocker and his wife (they came to Bonneville for their Honeymoon), so I had them cruise course. They were excited to see and drive on the race course.

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Since the record was bumped up to 231.959mph (373.3km/h) last October, I had my work cutout for me. We got in line for a run. At 12:37pm, I made my first run. Course was very slippery and rough. Took it easy and started to get on it around half mile off the start line. Went through all the gears and as soon as I got into top gear, it started to come around me. 188mph at 3 mile marker. You are simply on for the ride.

When you spin, you have to go back through Tech inspection again to make sure the car is safe to go for more runs. Got that out of the way, but the wind started to kick up, so we called it a day.

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Sunday, after checking data logger we found out there was a problem with recording and no record. We checked the spark plugs and it looked brand new, so we decided to run it lean it a little. There was hardly anybody running. Bad salt and wind. We went for another run. It was sluggish. No power. Got passed 3 mile marker and all of a sudden, ther was a “big bang” and I knew I popped the burst plate off the blower. Pulled the chute and slowed down. Then patrol came and yelled, “Stop!” He said I was on fire and told me to discharge my fire extinguisher, so I did.

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Both (Fred had 2 burst plates: one at the blower pop off box and one at the manifold) burst plates popped and the manifold side got a little hot and burned a little paint.

We changed both burst plates and decided to richen up a little and go run it. It was around 3 or 4 in the afternoon. We went for another run, but as I tried to take off from the push truck, it just wouldn’t go nowhere. Motor wouldn’t rev up and it was making weird noises, so I aborted the run.

speedweek1327Came back to the pit and checked things out and we decided that the coupler that runs the blower broke. That’s something I didn’t have a spare of. This was the end of our Speed Week 2013 challenge.

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Since it was only Monday, we left the vending trailer behind and headed back to Santa Fe Springs.

We pulled the motor out and apart and found the chain that holds the coupler was binding. That’s what was making noise. Coupler is fine. We’ll put the motor back together and look forward to the World Final at Bonneville in October.


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MOONBUG at European Bug-in 5

EBI5 Event Report

Greetings from MOONEYES! This is Steve from MOON SPACE AGENCY.
The European Bug-In 5 (#EBI5) was held on June 28-30, 2013 in Chimay, Belgium.
The fully restored original Inch Pincher III as well as the brand newly built Moonbug were invited “guests” to the event and shipped all the way from Japan. The three of us, Wildman, Kijimoto-san and I, had the pleasure of attending the event and here are some of the photos

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from the trip.

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We flew into Paris (CDG) Airport and grabbed a car rental. It was raining and very cool outside. It was very early, about 6AM when we got the car. We were about 30km away from “Paris, Paris” like the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. After figuring out how to “CONFIG” the navigation language to English (No Japanese), we plugged in the Eiffel Tower and then followed the navigation guidance.
After seeing the Eiffel Tower, driving the Arc de Triomphe round-about (rotary) several times for the experience and eating a cafe, we made our way for Chimay, Belgium (about 3 hours drive).

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We stopped for lunch just as we entered Belgium then found our way to Chimay Circuit where we met up with Freddy at the registration booth.

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We then headed for the main tower where Kobus was already very busy with setup and was just about to get the Moonbug and Inch Pincher III from the warehouse. We also ran into Mike. The three of them (Freddy, Kobus and Mike) are the event organizers and did an outstanding job again this year. There were 3,000 campers registered, hundreds of show and race cars plus tons of swap meet vendors and dealers. Although Thursday was a setup day, things were just getting started and most vendors would be showing up tomorrow morning so we decided to look around.

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There were so many VW Type-2 (buses) which a lot were used for camping. So cool! The race cars were lined up too.

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We walked up to the drag strip. It’s part of the circuit straight-a-way. There were more race cars parked there too.

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Then we saw the trailers hauling the Moonbug and Inch Pincher III. This would be our tent/booth for the weekend.
Nao-san from Flat4 was not here yet so we setup what we could and decided to check into our hotel and eat dinner.

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We walked around the small town of Chimay. Just love European architecture. Just on the perimeter of the town center is the only Chinese restaurant (that we found) and decided to eat here. Of course, not without some Chimay beer! This blue label beer is 9%.

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In the morning, Obata-san arrived. He owns and drives a crazy-fast turbo-charged Moonbug IV. We was on-hand to make sure the Moonbug’s maiden run on the strip would be a success – well, the engine at least. The driving would be up to Kijimoto-san.
Nao-san from Flat4 showed up in the morning too. He brought racing gas so we filled up both cars. After than Obata-san and Kijimoto-san went through the basics of operation getting familiar with the Moonbug, then started it up for the first time. (view it here)

The restored original Inch Pincher III owned and brought over from Flat4 (Tokyo, Japan).
Nao-san would be driving this machine! During the restoration process, Wildman assisted by pinstriping and lettering the entire car!
In the rear intake vent, the original signature of the original pinstriper still remains as a salute.

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By midday, it was still very cloudy but many cars were coming in.

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The official OPEN TIME for today (7/28) was 2PM. Next to our tent was the official EBI tent and a line formed around ours as people waited to get their event goods! They closed after two-three hours. After that, our tent really got busy with lookers. Wildman had some work too. Pierre Otto from Otto Bros. let us borrow a battery charger so Wildman lettered his helmet as a thank you. He was very happy. Pierre drives a VW dragster and lights the tires on fire for fun!

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Friday night ended

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earlier than expected possibly because of the weather but we went back to our hotel, then ate dinner at a place in town called CASINO. It’s a restaurant witha casino theme where under the glass tables are chips and cards. The menu was only in French! We had spaghetti.
Oh yes, and that blue label Chimay Beer. It’s so smooth! Highly recommended!

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The rain came overnight and slightly in the morning. If it stayed like this, there could be no races at all.
The line outside was for the EBI booth but there were a lot of visitors on Saturday (7/29). Everyone wanted Wildman’s autograph! We had a special visit from two VW legends, Lonnie Reed & Dyno Don Chamberlin. Although Lonnie Reed has be in a different line of business, this event has given him the bug again and plans to build “something” soon. Looking forward to that!

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CoolFlo from the UK built this buggy as well as the Bay Window camper.
To reduce the amount of mud, event staff brought in hay. It make a huge difference.

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Classic Store from France built this amazing prototype (kit) car.

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Wildman was busy all day but it was time for lunch! So we headed over to the VIP tent and met up with the others. As we passed the drag strip, they were about to heat it up to speed up the drying. Look! Wildman getting a taste of Chimay Beer!

Suddenly, I heard a noise and thought it was the heating machine but no, it was a helicopter!

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I was told the helicopter would only be around for a few hours so I needed to go soon. Rather than wait until after I ate, I decided to go before. After all, I didn’t want to lose my lunch while in the air… it was my first time riding a helicopter and lucky for me, it was the pilot’s first day on the job too. We went up to about 900 feet. I asked him to go higher and we sure did! I could see the entire event area. It was awesome! We passed over the VIP tent. I could see Mooneyes yellow! LQQK! You can see them waving!

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After the helicopter ride, we headed back to the VIP tent to have a late lunch. Lunch was a served which featured sausage, ham, potatoes and veggies. It was very good. I could eat this every day. Oh, at topped with a glass of Chimay beer of course. Chimay Bleu please. The day was actually getting better even though it was technically about 4PM! After we ate, we stopped back over at the tent where Wildman continued where he left off pinstriping and signing autographs. Kobus popped in too. He explained that it was possible to run today as the track was finally dry but being the end of the day, it was probably best to wait until the morning. So we relaxed a bit. We could hear the helicopter overhead so Kijimoto-san decided since we weren’t going to race, he’d jump on for a ride. Wouldn’t you know it, as soon as he left, Nao-san came rushing into our tent.

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“Let’s Go!” Nao-san said. “We need to push the cars out now.” He continued.
Turned out that the race was on! They were going to make a few passes. Only one lane was open and for just a 200m length.
We pushed the cars out of the tent while Wildman went to get Kijimoto-san.

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Living Legends in VW racing: Ron Fleming driving the Under Dog. Schley Bros. Paul Schley behind the wheel of the Lightning Bug. Mark and Paul brought the Lightning Bug to Yokohama last December and that kick started their world tour.
Ron Fleming is a Der Kleiner Panzers VW Club in Southern California and is credited as the originator of the Cal Look VW.

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While the Lightning Bug got things going by making the first pass, Kijimoto-san in the Moonbug got strapped in.

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The MOONBUG 1st pass ever! 200m pass June 28, 2013 in Chimay, Belgium.

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In the lineup was the Inch Pincher III driven by Nao-san of Flat4.

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Dyno Don doing his, “BA-BA-BA-BA, BA-BAAAA!” (in high C) The crowd loved it. At one point, he turned towards the camera and did his famous bowing gesture while saying, “MOONEYES!” Such an awesome person and worked non-stop.

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Chimay Circuit is a race track so there is no return road.
All the cars make a pass, then wait at the opposite end until the session is over and return as a group. Using only one lane, took a little longer but the crowd and drivers were thrilled just to race.

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After Kijimoto-san returned, Obata-san checked things out, did some fine tuning and got the Moonbug back in the lineup for another pass. Assuming it would take another 30 mintues, I went ot check out the cars in the show area.

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Once I made my way back up to the drag strip, Kijimoto-san had made a third pass. We waited until all the cars were done on last time and parked the Moonbug next to the Lightning Bug tent.

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What a great way to end the day! The Moonbug made three passes, got some time clocked. The motor sounds and runs strong. The car drives straight as an arrow. I think it has a lot of potential.

The next morning, the skies were still very cloudy.

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We walked the entire grounds looking for a Mooneyes Pick. One that we really liked was this Type-1 with Speed Master Wheels. Very nice. The owner commissioned Wildman to paint the panel that covers the wires behind the dash.

On my way back to the Mooneyes tent, I couldn’t help but stop for a visit of the off-road section. I could “play” here all day!
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I gave them a Mooneyes sticker and they immediately put it on. Then proceeded to show me a lil’action! Thank you!

When I got back to the tent, they were preparing to race so I headed to the drag strip. Obata-san was going to run! I think he made a great pass but there was one problem. We didn’t know they opened the lane up to 400m!

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While the drag races continued, Wildman was busy working. I watched the races for a bit then made my way around the show cars again.

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Shot with the panorama option of the iPhone 5 overlooking some of the show car area.

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This panorama view shows the pit area for the race cars and in the background in one section of the camping area.

The weather started to clear up in the afternoon.

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More photos of the event grounds. I finally made my way back to the Mooneyes tent where Wildman was still working!

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Just before the Moonbug was to make another pass, the car before leaked oil. A good time for pictures!

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One final pass by the Moonbug!

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And one final pass by the Inch Pincher III.

Drag races last round:

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This buggy from Classic Store got the wheels up real good!

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Kijimoto-san snapped a few photos from the far end of the drag strip where they had to wait for the session to end.

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Once the Moonbug returned, it was time for the awards and a lot of autographs!

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Some of the award cars. The final red Ghia received the biggest trophy of all!

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We chose this super fine 1966 VW Type 2. It was so clean, just perfect! Congratulations!

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Lightning Bug & Crew. Dyno Don also made a great speech.

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Final shots. The Inch Pincher III & Moonbug plus one shot with Kijimoto-san & Moonbug.

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The event grounds after most vendors left.

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After the awards were finished, the event was over. We headed to the hotel and then made our way to the after dinner party.

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We posed with the Directeur of Chimay Beer, Jean Yernaux. Dinner was roasted pig. Delicious!

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At the dinner party, Freddy made a speech thanking everyone, Wildman signed more autographs and we all drank beer!

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It gets dark at about 11PM. We left around 10PM as we had to leave early in the morning the following day. Below are some photos from our drive back to Paris.

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The town of Chimay is quiet in the morning. The mist/fog sets the mood for a classic European drive although it cleared up. At one point, the speed limit was 130km/h. We made it back to Paris in no time.

I hope you enjoyed viewing the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them. Thank you very much for view my report.
European Bug-In is held every other year in Chimay, Belgium. It is an experience worth doing! Next year at this location will be the European Hot Rod Show! If you get a chance, make your way to Chimay, Belgium!


In Pomona, CA


The MQQN Exhibit at the NHRA Museum is still continuing. If you haven’t had the chance to see the original MQQNEYES Dragster & MOON Beam as well as the other cars and memorabilia on display, this could be your last chance. At this point in time, I have no idea how much longer the exhibition will be showing.


The NHRA World Finals will be held in Pomona from November 7-10. There is a slight chance you will be able to see the MQQNEYES Funny Car in action!


At the swap meet, I saw these old Firestone Drag Tires with Magnesium 5 Spoke Wheels and Bridgestone MQQN Tires with MQQN Hubs.


At the swap meet, there were also some vintage, period MQQN Equipment Company manufactured items.


At the swap meet, I also saw fake stickers!

Mooneyes Sweden Bike Show

Moon Bike Show #3

The show took place on March 2, 2013 at the same place as last year, the amazing old building from the early 1800′s that used to be an old steel mill. But once again we rolled in another kind of massaged steel; choppers, bobbers, custom bikes and even a few vintage races. So enjoy these great pictures taken by Wictor Bergqvist of

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And next year come on out and join us!
Thank you very much!
Hakan Johansson of Mooneyes Sweden

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