Sunday, August 18, 2013

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Lets go to Pierce, NE on the 28th and 29th of Sept. for this Auction

Urban legends speak of a former Midwest Chevy dealer with a collection of hundreds of vehicles hidden away in a rural setting. Rumors abound regarding this man and the mystery of that collection. The man behind that legend is my father, Ray P. Lambrecht. Dad owned and operated Lambrecht Chevrolet Company from 1946 until 1996, selling new Chevrolets to multiple generations of families all over the Midwest and beyond.

Over 500 cars and trucks and parts and more!


Many with under 10 miles on them never sold our titled!
Cameo pickup with 1 mile on the clock.

Who wants to go?

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Vintage Torque Fest 2013

Well a few of us made the long haul up to Torque Fest this year and with the snow and rain. Yes snow in May!! Friday it rained all day long and not that many cars our people where at the show. Sat turned out to be a great day and it only rained for about 10 min the whole day. The car count was way up and there was a lot of people. The art auction was a succes and raised a lot of money. It was a fun time like always.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013


We're Moving!

Well, last year was supposed to be "The end of the world as we knew it", according to the Mayans. We are still here and emerging into a new era of GREASERAMA.

... In the early years our venue started out as small get togethers at a park in Lawrence, KS. As we started to see the gathering of like minded people, we needed to come up with a larger venue for the GREASERAMA as it was now going to be a full on Punk Rock car show in Kansas City, and El Torreon ballroom became the venue for 2001.

We had a very fun, roots style, show there for our friends and interested parties for 4 years. We realized that there were more out there that dug the same culture of Punk Rock, Hot Rods and Art because we started to buy permits to close off city streets to encompass our little show rather than it just being in the parking lot.

After growing beyond our closed off street parameters we decided that it was time to take the show to the next level and a great opportunity to move into a new venue, The Boulevard Drive-In. This allowed us to create something totally new for 2006, a car show in a classic drive-in theater that would allow us to play cult and B movies to our spectators for evening entertainment.

Well we have had a great 6 year run at this location. We are on the verge of reaching the 1000 mark for registered car entries and space has become an issue again.
For 2013 the GREASERAMA caveman emerges to a new world and I am happy to announce that we are moving the show this year to the Platte County Fairgrounds, just north of Kansas City in the small town of Tracy, MO (only 15 mins from the Boulevard Drive-In). We believe that you will find the atmosphere pleasant with plenty of elbow room for all in attendance.

As the show progresses and grows, we find it hard to decide on an area that keeps the vibe with the uniqueness of GREASERAMA. Many people don't like change. We don't like change. Many of the old timers wish we still had the show at the El Torreon. We miss it too. We won't have movies this year, which will be a bummer to some people, but stay posted for new forms of entertainment and additions to the show. This year will include a show car display in an enclosed, air conditioned venue, a huge vintage swap meet area along with a bigger, better band line up and some unannounced excitement that you will find out as we get closer to Labor Day Weekend.

We are staying focused on our roots, Punk Rock, Hot Rods and Art. The show will always stay focused on the dreams that our founder, Punk Rod Todd, had envisioned.

We continue to grow and welcome anyone that wants to experience a Kowtown Custom GREASERAMA, the Midwest's only Punk Rock Car Show.

Please be patient as things are progressing each day. Stay tuned and look for updates on

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Punk Rod Mike's trip to Viva Las Vegas!

Well went to Viva Las Vegas with my good friend Jimmy. We have been wanting to see this show for awhile. It was a pretty good show but I would have to say Greaserama is better but I am biased. Had a GREAT time!! There was also a second show at the Stratosphere called Rat City Ruckus. Which we did not even know was going on until we got to Vegas. It was smaller but we got to that show early. Enjoy the pics.
VLV Best of Show!!