Street Machines Motor Mania Car Show in Henrietta

Spring is here (believe it or not) and that means it”s time to bring out those beautiful street machines!  This weekend Henrietta will host the Street Machines Motor Mania Show  – with everything from classic cars and trucks to custom bikes and trikes.  This is a great show every year with something to interest everyone – low riders, hot rods and tons of breathtaking custom paint – and almost all vehicles new to this year’s show!

There will also be hand lettering or pinstriping on any item you bring into the show – done by some of the most talented pinstripe artists in the northeast, competing to benefit the Rochester Hospice House.  And of course Ray Sands Glass will be there to discuss our auto glass repair and replacement services as well as everyone favorite rain repellent –  Aquapel Windshield Treatment.

Event Hoours are :Friday Apr. 1st  – 4-9,Saturday Apr 2nd – 10-9, and Sunday Apr 3rd – 11-4.

Tickets are $9 at the door, with a $2 discount for those that bring a canned good to donate to the Open Door Mission, or discount tickets are available at Wegmans, Dunn Tire and Auto Finishers.

Charlie hopes to see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Replacing Antique and Classic Car Auto Glass

With the sun showing it’s face, many classic car enthusiasts are rushing to get their most precious antique in mint condition before spring arrives.  Often though, owners have damaged glass that is keeping their fine specimen of an automobile from looking it’s best.

Any number of things can go wrong when you are talking about glass that is 40,60 sometimes 80 years old.  Some of these cars have been through a dozen owners and inevitably someone along the line has scratched the glass.  From body work accidents to old belt moldings to someone cleaning it with steel wool, rarely does a car make it five decades without glass damage.  Sometimes age can even cause the glass to delaminate, where the inner and outer layers of glass separate from the polyvinyl laminate layer that holds them together, which is quite unsightly. Continue reading