Fifth Avenue completes a number of special projects each year. Here are some examples of our past special projects. Have an odd or unusual application or project of your own? Maybe Fifth Avenue can help. Drop us an e-mail and explain what you are working on. We always enjoy a challenge.
"From Antique to Unique, 70 years of Piotique" inspired the "CECIL" project at the hospital. In July, the executive committee discussed some ideas for a float in the Piotique parade. Discussion naturally focused on the way things looked and were done at the hospital seventy years ago.
The Great Race is a national vintage car rally race for street legal vintage cars. Beginning June 24th and ending 14 days later on July 8th, it will run approximately 4,100 miles across the United States, beginning in Philadelphia, Pa., and ending in San Rafael, Calif.
The Royal Car project was a joint effort between Fifth Avenue Antique Auto Parts, Stan Lamont the current owner of the car, and The Royal Minister of Transportation, who was responsible for making the arrangements for the use of the car.
Bob Noble contacted Randy about his steam powered Likamobile, one of only three in the Likamobileworld. The car is powered by steam, heated in a boiler. Because of insurance the heating of the water to make steam could no longer be done using coal.
When we heard that in Switzerland the 1907 Peking-to-Paris Rally, the world's first intercontinental motor challenge was to be organized in 2007, we immediately decided to participate.
"I sought Randy out based on his reputation for knowing how to prepare antique cars for a rally like this. The word among the antique car rally people is that Randy knows what he is doing and the specialty parts he builds for these cars will exceed your expectations."
What does an orange grove in California have to do with Fifth Avenue Internet Garage? Find out how Randy Rundle helps save the orange crop for your favorite morning beverage.
The Great Race team of Howard and Douglas Sharp of Fairport New York won the 2011 Great Race driving a 1916 Hudson Pikes Peak Hill Climb car!
The 2015 Great Race started on June 20th in Kirkwood, Missouri (St. Louis) and traveled down oldRoute 66 highway arriving nine days later at the pier in Santa Monica, California.
Since 1987, Fifth Avenue owner, Randy Rundle, has been making antique, classic and special interest vehicles more reliable and fun to drive.