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Car Community & City of Canby lose a great man in

Frank Cutsforth

It’s with great sadness for both our hobby, and me personally that I share the passing of Frank Cutsforth on November 2nd.   Frank was truly a special man who loved his family, his community, his customers, our hobby, and baseball.  He was just a special person to know and be associated with.

A true community icon with his Thriftway store in Canby, no one gave back more to their community. He loved putting on the annual car show, which began in 1995, and was always looking at ways to make it bigger and better. We had numerous conversations, and he was always talking about all of his great volunteers, and how they made the show great. Each year he would call me the week after and ask for a critique.  Which was easy, it was always a great show.  He also talked constantly about his family and how much they meant to him, and drove him to be the man he was.

But what I will is miss most about Frank, will be our conversations about baseball. A love we both shared. When he came to my home to see my memoribilia, he brought me a book about the 100 greatest players. Each week we would talk about the rankings, and how we both agreed about the inclusion of Ichiro Suzuki, and finally a book that had Willie Mays #1.

Our last conversation was of course about how he could make the annual car show even better. He was always thinking about making it better for everyone else.

Frank will truly be missed, and I’ve lost someone whom I truly considered special.

Thoughts and prayers to Franks family. And God speed my friend.


  KPTV Fox 12 Honors Local Car Guy Ken Crawford with story about his Team Tribute Graffiti

Ken not only founded the Team Tribute Graffiti group, but the Pharaohs Street Rodders as well.

Link to story

Team Tribute Graffiti Facebook page


Super Chevrolet Parts. Co. Your Local Parts Expert!

With 42 years of knowledge and experience, The Super Chevrolet Parts Co. and owner Kibby Redman are your first and only source for Camaro, Chevelle, Nova and El Camino parts and accessories!  But don't be afraid to ask him about Corvette parts as well. 

Starting out as a teen, selling used parts out of his parents garage, and then working in a local auto parts store (where i originally met him), he took a leap of faith in 1980 and opened his own store.  During that time, Kibby has become know nationwide as one of the "go to" guys for Chevy muscle car parts, but more importantly his decades of knowledge.  And if he doesn't have it it stock, he can get it for you.

Kibby's not only a tremendous resource for parts and knowledge, he is one of the most generous individuals in our hobby.  He sponsors numerous events and awards annually, and it's always a pleasure to see him and one of his amazing rides at a car show.  Something that unfortunately doesn't happen as much as we'd like, because he always working.

So before you automatically think about going on line, and thinking you will save money, please consider calling Kibby or stopping by his amazing shop.  You'll get the right part the first time, the best advice money can buy, and you probably won't have to pay more.  Congrats Kibby, we thank you for all you've done for our hobby over the past 40 years, and wish you continued success.  You are a treasure in our hobby.


Super Chevrolet Parts Co.

8705 SE Stark St.

Portland, OR  97216

Tel: 503-256-0098 / 800-232-6472




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Portland Roadster Show Hall of Fame Inducts David Jothen
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The Portland Roadster Show Hall of Fame inducted PDX Car Culture Owner/Publisher and Portland Roadster Show Producer and Official Photograher David Jothen at their 2017 dinner/induction ceremony.  David originally joined the Multnomah Hot Rod Council in 1977, and showed in his first Portland Roadster Show in 1982.  

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