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Edward Woodard, A True Living Legend

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Still Crusing After All These Years!

His  Devotion  To  Photographing, 

Promoting  And  Organizing

Car  Clubs  And  Automotive  Events 

His  Passion  For  The 

Automotive  Performance  Industry

Along  With  His  Now  Famous  Words,

“Make  It  Happen”

Has  Earned  Him  A  Place  In  The  Annals  Of 

Automotive  History  As  A  True



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With Camera in hand Ed recorded the early days

The 1st Rod Run, Ed was the 1st and only Vendor

Ed's ISCA National winning '72 Honda in Vegas

Ed's speed shop, "American Speed Sport"

Ed has no end to his words, "Make it happen" here seen helping Big Brothers Christmas drive.

If it was an event, Ed Woodard was there in the Rayco Van

That's Ed standing behind Paul Stargel's roadster drawing a crowd to Nashville Auto Rama

After years of giving folks awards, Ed was awarded a much over due Living Legend Award in 2010

It would take more room than this web site has to list all the credits due Edward Woodard. He's the Col. Tom Parker of the show Car World. He's dedicated his life to selling performance parts and making sure Street Rodding became a way of life and not a hobby, in short, Edward Woodard is as much a part of Hot Rod History as anyone that's ever let the smoke out of their tires, built or drove a real Hot Rod!