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Defender of wagons.

As autumn comes on, the available number
of sunbathing days begins to diminish.

Reluctantly, this is when our four-footed
heroine returns to protecting the fleet of
station wagons which cover the CruisinBruce
grounds.  Shortly after this shot was
snapped, however, she was found
napping under the rear quarter.
CruisinBruce is on the air as
host of the morning show
on
"the Pike" at 100.1 FM.
Check out the website:
click here.
Listen for the show 6-10am
EVERY weekday morning.
CruisinBruce is on...
Mornings at 100 FM
The Pike features classic
hits of the 60s-70s-80s
Lexi... Sassy Mascot
of CruisinBruce.com
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check out this absolutely free forum and
connect with other gear-heads from
across the country !
..while you're there, check out the
CruisinBruce garage !
American Classic is the only full
restoration shop officially
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From minor tweaks to full-blown
restorations, call 508-278-0020 and
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into motion.

American Classic Cars & Marine is the area's
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This weekend in 1964

The Rolling Stones arrived in New
York City for their first appearance
on the Sunday Night cornerstone "Ed
Sullivan Show."  They took their first
tour of the big apple, then settled in
for their first US TV appearance.














When the teenagers in the audience
kept screaming after they finished
their first song, Ed was forced to
shout "Quiet!" multiple times before
he could introduce the next act. When
the band closed the show with "Time
Is On My Side", Sullivan exclaimed
"Come on, let them hear it!", which
caused such an uproar, Ed's short
conversation with Mick Jagger was
completely inaudible. Sullivan vowed
that The Stones would never appear
on his show again, but later relented.
October 25th & 26th
This day in Music History
Celebrating 30 years on the air:
1983 - 2013
A superb day to wrap
up the season at the
farm.  Check out the
Event Photo Page.
BassPro will be back for a
final cruise night next week !
This week's
constant
rains are
the culprit.  
See you
NEXT Thurs.
(Oct. 30)
for our
season
farewell &
Halloween
Party.