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March 1996. The city of Glendale, California holds an annual hot-rod cruise and has become an important part of the community's plan to renovate it's downtown district.

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Tri-C Engineering was proud to have a few vehicles they had refurbished by their quality precision shop featuring Tom "Itch" Otis' 32 Ford Roadster and Gary Davis' Track T.
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Gary Davis' car was definitely one of the main attractions at the show for it's sleek style and race care type engineering.
Pin striping was done by Tom "Itch" Otis, which came to fame with his own 32' Ford Roadster that has rocked the automotive world for decades.

Tom "Itch" Otis, once again was a show stopper thanks to the wonderful work done by Tri-C Engineering and his pin striping ability to make this 32' Ford Roadster stand out in a crowd and set a president for all Roadsters of it's kind still to this day.

1995 Glendale Cruise Night
Award Winners:

Mayor's Choice:
-- Jeff Cann, '28 For delivery truck.
Police Chief's Choice:
-- Joe Norris, 1950 Ford Coupe.
Fire Chief's Choice:
-- Joe Bell, '57 Chevrolet.

City Manager's Choice for Best Motorcycle:
-- Raul Yanez, Harley-Davidson.
Chamber of Commerce's Choice:
-- George Bistagne, '32 Ford phaeton.
Fireman's Club Choice for Best Flames:
-- Chuck Stein, '37 Ford.