38 thoughts on “Medford Cruise Classic Car Show in Oregon

  1. Love watching your show. I drove a 1952 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe in high school, bought in 2012, and am currently anticipating the restoration of my grandfathers 1940 Special Deluxe as a late college grad gift (which I intend to make my daily driver). Maybe someday soon I’ll be able to go to these shows myself, and in my own classic to boot.



  2. Dennis, I know that you are a certified car nut and also a fellow motorcyclist, me too. I am a retired USAF vet. Last May, I purchased a 1987 Honda 1200 Gold Wing Aspencade. Unfortunately I had a bad wound on my right heel. Because of the wound, I have never ridden the bike.I went into the hospital in May and spent the next 5 months in the hospital and recovery. I had 5 procedures done. In one, they removed most of the tendon on my right ankle. I can walk, but I don't think I can hold up a 800 pound bike plus a passenger. I know there are trike kits but I'm not really into trikes. I saw something on You Tube , that was a set of " Retractable Landing Gear" for motorcycles. They are also expensive. I was wondering if you or any of your subscribers might have some connections where I might get a set for my bike and also get some financial assistance toward purchase. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
    On another note, I live in Canandaigua, NY in upstate New York. Not too far from here is a very interesting Museum, It is called the Glenn Curtiss Museum. He was a very early aviator. He was a bicycle racer and builder. Later he built motorcycles and engines for dirigibles. In 1907 he built a motorcycle with a V8 dirigible engine. He took it to Daytona
    Beach and did 137 mph, in 1907!!!! There is a replica at the museum. It is terrifying. No suspension, no brakes, no clutch, no transmission just an open bevel gear direct drive.
    It is insane. But so cool. and so are some of his planes. check it out.
    By the way, my email is 19Goldwing52@gmail,com thank you so for your time. Don

  3. Wow southern Oregon bringing the fire…. Some cool 80s cars I spotted us younger guys can appreciate it all
    Never imagined the Kaiser would be a hatch…

  4. I think the kids probably "threw up", as much or more, from the exhaust fumes coming in the open rear window, then from riding backward.

  5. Lots of great cars in the background. Different than what we see out here in the middle. Wish the coverage was 1 hr.
    Thank you πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ””πŸ””

  6. Great to see the '51 Kaiser Traveler! My Dad had a '51 Frazer Vagabond,
    which was the last year the Frazer brand was built. Our Vagabond was a 4 door sedan
    and the back opened up in the same way the Kaiser did but was a more deluxe and
    highly finished version than the Kaiser model. It was a great car, very well built and versatile
    as my Dad used it as his truck during work and our pleasure car at night and weekends.

  7. Hey Dennis Gage I do my own car cruise-in and I would love to see you there. It is every 2nd Sunday at Swamp Cabbage Brewing Company 921 Brookwood Dr. 29201 Columbia, SC from 2-4 pm it's called Cars and Draughts the next one is this Sunday. Like I said before I would love to see you there.

  8. Thanks Dennis, my first time being interviewed on a show. Found out "yeah" and "yep" should be avoided lol. Hope to have 2 Powell's at each show this year around Medford & Grants Pass

  9. Hi Dennis! Thanks for visiting Oregon! Come see us at Cruise the Coos one of these years. Hoping to have my 66 f100 on the road soon!

  10. Question is who is Realy in charge the man or the mustash?
    You were doing this in the 90's?? Being in My 50's back then I was just a kid. But that was a long time ago.wander why I never heard of you till YouTube came along?
    Great show as usual.
    Keep em coming.

  11. Thanks Dennis, wished you could upload more often, disabled so i cherish seeing these auto shows unable to travel, lots of cool cars left in the world. πŸ‘

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