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Hot Rod!


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Photo by: Olivier Koning


At a recent auto show on Oahu, James Milhorn showed off his classic 1934 three-window Ford Coupe. It’s Milhorn’s favorite model, so, in 2009, he jumped at the chance to own the beauty—a car that was once dubbed the “Kalihi Kid” back in the ’70s. These days, you can still catch the former Kid at local events; Milhorn is a member of the Rust Bucket Car Club, “just a group of guys who love hot rods and don’t mind showing off their cars,” he says. Club members bring their cars to events, including fundraisers, to support the community; for more information, contact Tom Kresge at 671-9569.

 

 

 

 

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