The Rim Country Classic Auto Club, as it is known it today, had its beginnings in the early 1980s when a few people shared a common interest in restoring and driving classic cars.
Welcome to the 20th anniversary of the Rim Country Classic Auto Club’s Beeline Cruise-In. The cruising car lovers of RCCAC welcome fellow fans from all over to the big show and celebration every April.
We joined the Rim Country Classic Auto Club after moving to Payson. We both enjoy cars.
Craig Bruns has always had a love affair with Sedan Deliveries and this is his latest.
Bob and Mimi Halgren bought their 1935 Studebaker Commander in South Dakota last October and drove it to Payson in one exciting adventure.
Steve and Margie Fowler are an unusual pair of car enthusiasts in that both get actively involved in the construction of their cars.
I’ve always loved cars. I remember riding the school bus to high school in Indiana in the mid ’60s and looking at the cars lined up at a nearby Ford dealership.
Larry Bertram’s little truck’s life began in 1949 as a 1/8th-ton pickup with a tiny 22 hp, 4-cylinder engine. It cost $849.
I owned a 1941 Chevy Coupe in the mid-60s. I enjoyed driving that car almost every day until one foggy night it lost a battle with a granite light pole.
The ’vette is a V-8, with 327 cubic inch Small Block, 250 Horsepower, 4-speed transmission and is white over red with a black top.
The car show, plus the trophies, souvenir T-shirts, dash plaques that identify the vehicles and their owners, food for the barbecue and other show expenses are paid for through sponsor contributions.
Chapter 18: Happy Jack, Clint's Well and Long Valley
Map-makers and map-readers have puzzled for years over the fact that the Happy Jack post office is in Long Valley and the Long Valley Ranger Station is at Happy Jack. As we might expect, “herein lies a tale.”
Planning garden can overwhelm the faint of heart
I’ve decided planning a garden has all the elements of planning a family reunion: lots of special needs, the ever-present threat of fights and visits from weedy, unwanted neighbors.
Wildflowers wave weary writer awake
I’ll admit it, I’m guilty as charged. Guilty of nearly missing jury duty because of some blooming poppies.
The eye doctor said it means my cholesterol is high. My family doctor said it is fine, and it happens with age. Have you heard of this? What causes it?