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My Classic Car Industry Profile, Jorgen Muller and Dennis Gage

My Classic Car Stops by RaceDeck for an Industry Profile

Lead by the familiar mustached face of host Dennis Gage, the My Classic Car (MCC) crew swung by RaceDeck last month to film an industry profile on modular garage flooring. Following a full tour of the facility and manufacturing plant, Dennis chatted with RaceDeck CEO, Jorgen Moller on what sets RaceDeck apart from the “other guys”. The MCC crew also got the chance to mingle with the RaceDeck flooring specialist team, who are often seen out and about at car shows around the country, discussing cool cars and awesome custom garages.

My Classic Car, airing on Velocity and MavTV, entered its 21st season in 2017. The faithful MCC viewers tune in weekly to see features on major classic automobile shows and collections, spotlights on car collectors, and check out the best of the best in car accessories and detailing supplies. Filmed in Evansville, Indiana, the folks at My Classic Car are no strangers to RD, their studio/garage floor is a cool design done in RaceDeck Diamond.

Before heading home, Dennis and company stopped in at the RaceDeck Speed Garage to see the floor yes, but more importantly to check out the classic rides parked on it! With a 2005 Ford GT, vintage Porsches, the 1200 HP Maliboost, BMW Z8 and more, Dennis experienced firsthand why in the world of RaceDeck, life is always better in the garage.

Behind the Scenes with My Classic Car & RaceDeck:
The RaceDeck both at the 2016 SEMA Show

RaceDeck Rockin’ and Rollin’ at the 50th Annual SEMA Show

If you’ve ever attended SEMA, you know just how crowded and crazy the show can be. This year seemed even busier than years past; it was quite literally a sea of people at times! In two days of walking the show, I logged over 18 miles and still didn’t get to see and enjoy everything that SEMA has to offer! Here are just a few of the highlights from my time at the show.

Every year there are tons of classic cars, custom cars—both new and old; this year we saw a lot more trucks and off-road vehicles than we remember seeing other years. This niche industry really seems to be taking off! It’ll be interesting to see how this trend develops in the years to come.

Attendees of the show couldn’t miss the distinct smell of burning rubber from all the drifting going on at the Ford and Chevy tracks! For those fortunate enough to get in on the signup early, they got to ride along on the tracks that included huge burnouts and a jump in the middle of the track. We’ll be sure to sign up early next year so we can give you the rundown from the ride-along perspective rather than the spectator. For now, suffice it to say, I’m sure it was a hell of a ride!

RaceDeck was fortunate enough to have a few celebrities stop in at the booth. When Dave Kindig of Bitchin’ Rides stopped by our booth to sign autographs on the second day of the show, the line went out the door and blocked several other exhibitors booths! Our deepest apologies to our fellow vendors, but you know how it is when a celebrity stops in; things can get a little crazy!

Dennis Gage from My Classic Car also stopped by the RaceDeck booth to sign autographs for fans of the show, who also drew a sizable crowd. Our CEO, Jorgen Moller, also took advantage of the photo op when Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars stopped in to see us. We took thousands of other photos throughout the show; here are a few of our favorites.

SEMA 2016 Highlights:
The RaceDeck MaliBoost in the GoodGuys Gazette

RaceDeck’s Maliboost featured in GoodGuys Gazette

The March 2016 issue of the GoodGuys Gazette has a great article about the RaceDeck Maliboost. Check it out here.

A ’64 Chevrolet Malibu SS with twin turbos and 1000 hp, the Maliboost was modified by Dave Kindig of Kindig-It Designs on Bitchin’ Rides Season 2 Episode 6. It features an imported Scottish leather interior by JS Custom Interior, Forgeline DE3P 3-piece forged alloy wheels, a RoadsterShop FastTrack pro-touring chassis, a LS twin-turbo by Speed Inc, and is tuned by Mark McPhail. The car is truly a “Saturday Night Sleeper”. 

The Grand National Roadster Show

Come See RaceDeck at The Grand National Roadster Show

RaceDeck will have a booth at the 67th Annual O’Reilly Grand National Roadster Show. Our booth is located in building 4, in the north half of the building on the west wall. Come see us for exclusive show deals!

This show is the longest running indoor car show in the world, with over 500 cars competing and up to another 800 car participating in the Grand Daddy Drive-In! RaceDeck is happy to be part of this long standing event in car culture. More Show Info »

67th Annual O’Reilly Grand National Roadster Show

January 29 – 31, 2016
Fairplex, Pomona
1101 West McKinley Ave.
Pomona, CA 91768
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RaceDeck is definitely the world’s leading modular garage flooring company. Great folks and a really cool product!