Austin American-Statesman - - CARS -

beat­ing out an In­di­ana driver by 40 miles.

This year’s show will be Satur­day, March 25 at the Bul­verde Bap­tist Church, 1331 Bul­verde Rd. in Bul­verde. Stag­ing be­gins at 7 a.m. and regis­tra­tion (at $35 per car at the gate) con­tin­ues un­til 10 a.m. Awards will be handed out at 3 p.m. It is an open car show with 32 classes.

In ad­di­tion to the cars there will be food and ven­dors, and a large air-con­di­tioned in­door area for at­ten­dees. The car show is also free to spec­ta­tors.

Spring is here and, with sum­mer just around the cor­ner, many peo­ple are be­gin­ning to turn their thoughts to sum­mer va­ca­tions. While road trip ad­ven­tures can be ex­cit­ing, if you have kids in tow, keep­ing them oc­cu­pied while in the ve­hi­cle for hours at a time can be a bit of a chal­lenge.

En­ter Voxx Elec­tron­ics’ 7-inch LED Head­rest Mon­i­tor with Built-In DVD Player. The univer­sal af­ter­mar­ket head­rest re­places one of your ve­hi­cle’s fac­tory in­stalled head­rests and in­cludes au­dio/video in­puts as well as USB and SD in­puts for dig­i­tal me­dia. The back-lit dig­i­tal mon­i­tor has the po­ten­tial to keep pas­sen­gers of all ages en­ter­tained dur­ing long car rides, mak­ing it pos­si­ble for them to watch their fa­vorite TV shows or movies.

The Voxx Elec­tron­ics Head­rest Mon­i­tor also fea­tures a built-in FM mod­u­la­tor, a switch­able 16:9 / 4:3 as­pect ra­tio and comes with a re­mote that al­lows the unit to be con­trolled from the front or back seats. It is avail­able in black, pewter or shale to eas­ily match the your ve­hi­cle’s in­te­rior.

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