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AutomotiveAddicts.com Interviews Barry Meguiar During Hot Rods Forever Stamp Reveal

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AutomotiveAddicts.com was honored to take time out to interview Barry Meguiar during the reveal of New Hot Rods Forever® Stamps at the National Street Rod Association East plus Conference in York, PA.

Most automotive enthusiasts know who Barry is, known for his Car Crazy show, vehicle care products and helping to reignite the passion and oversight of car shows here in America. Our interview was a tribute to the Post Office commemorating the new Hot Rods fist-class Forever stamp featuring two 1932 Ford roadsters all honoring a trend that began eight decades ago.

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The commemoration of the Hot Rod Stamps is the latest in a series of stamp issues to pay homage to automotive enthusiasts. The 1932 Ford roadsters truly represent the ultimate Hot Rod in this latest rendition, unveiled at the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Nationals East plus Conference in York, PA.

The U.S. Postal Service honors the “Best of America” by introducing limited-edition stamps that celebrate various American passions, including hot rods. The new stamps appeal to automotive buffs of all ages, celebrating the fast, powerful vehicles that thrill-seekers have been modifying for nearly a century.

Each of the two stamps showcase an iconic 1932 Ford “Deuce” roadster, the most popular hot rod model of its time. The stamps will be available for purchase at major Post Office™ locations across the country and online at usps.com/stamps and ebay.com/stamps.

Barry Meguiar is president of Meguiar’s, Inc. and represents the third generation of the family business his grandfather founded in 1901. He was born in Southern California where the car hobby began shortly after. He currently hosts “Car Crazy” on the Velocity Channel. The show originally began airing on the SPEED channel over 17 years ago when car shows were suffering in attendance and car clubs were decreasing in number. Barry decided to step up with a TV show focused on uniting and growing the global car hobby community.

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