1956 Oldsmobile Olds Super 88 Convertible
Widely acknowledged as the first “rock and roll” song.
The Rocket 88 was highly desired by the hip crowd.
A V8 motor baby, it’s modern design
Black convertible top and the girls don’t mind
Sportin’ with me riding all around town with joy.
The song was first recorded in 1951 in Memphis Tennessee.
The Oldsmobile 88 is a full-size car that was sold and produced by Oldsmobile from 1949 until 1999.
Spring is just around the corner and this year is the year that you are going to get you some.
You’ve tried all the salves, elixirs, creams and powders.
Mojo medicine, pills, and capsules.
Gym memberships, personal trainers and mail order meals.
Now it’s time to discover V-TWIN Formula from Thunder Boom!
Sold only at authorized motorcycle retailers.
Just increase the dosage for more enhanced results.
Try new V-TWIN Formula from Thunder Boom!
New V-EIGHT Formula coming soon!
Thunder Avenue loves the small arenas.
This video is great!
Awesome competitive action, excellent video work, entertaining announcer.
Demolition Derby is one satisfying MotorSport!
UTC Demolition Derby has been going since 2008.
Spanish Fork Channel 17 great job!
We stopped in at the Collierville Car Show.
I guess there were more than 250 cars on hand.
Hosted at Central Church.
The Collierville Education Foundation.
All the classics you could imagine.
Roadsters to Bentleys.
It was an awesome afternoon, too many car and trucks too take in at once.
Check out this poster!
Coffee Cups Too!
Thanks for visiting Thunder Avenue!
This event was listed in our ThunderBoard Event Calendar.
We joined Our Fallen Heroes Foundation on Saturday, June 16, 2018, for the Lt Trent A. Kirk 3rd Annual Father’s Day Memorial Ride fundraiser, sponsored by Indian Motorcycles, Memphis and Shake Rag Bar & Grill, Millington.
It was a great day to ride and honor fallen heroes.
This is our ride back from Shake Rag Tn.
ShakeRag is a story in itself.
Learn more about the fire that destroyed the Family Dollar Store located at 3732 North Watkins in Memphis, Tennessee on June 15, 2003.