Our 1939 Mercury Sport Convertible Full Custom
We hope to be your one-stop information spot for all the car happenings in the Treasure Valley and beyond. Over the past 10 years the resurrection of hot rods, street rods, classic, antique and collectible cars has risen along with the intrigue of Rat Rods. This has created an ever-growing need for communicating and sharing of information on venues, news, events and who's who in the car club, car enthusiast world. One of our goals is to let members know who they can count on to acquire information but also who can help them with their current projects.
In other words, we've got what you need. Whether your next project is as simple as replacing the spark plugs or as complex as adding an NOS system to boost your performance, we want to know who you are, what you can do, and if you're willing to provide support and expertise to assist ICCC members in completing their projects. A brotherhood of car enthusiasts that want to invest in the heritage and future of automobiles everywhere. Support and Service: We are more than just a catalog. We hope to be a resource, and as we grow an interactive part of the car community.
A Little History About The ICCC Founder
LeRoy Dyas has been a Street Rodder for over 40 years. He has owned and operated 3 auto-related businesses, including LeRoy's F-100's (all 53-56 Ford Trucks) and currently is the owner operator of Sweet Memories Street Rods & Toys. His favorite cars are his 1939 Mercury Sport Convertible Full Custom, his 1929 Model A Roadster and his 1923 T-Bucket Custom. He became a car enthusiast at the age of 10 building models that included custom work, electric lights, upholstery and special paint. He raced slot cars for several years, customizing those as well. LeRoy has personally owned and modified over 30 vehicles and has a shop full of cars in various stages of restoration. He is the past member and President of Pick-Ups Ltd., and Over the Hill Gang, San Diego Chapter (over 250 members); served as National President over 10 Chapters for Pick-Ups Ltd of SoCal. Past member of Late Great Chevy’s and Model-A Restorers Club, San Bernardino Chapter; N.H.R.A. (National Hot Rod Assn.); I.S.C.A. (International Show Car Association) where he judged indoor shows seven years for Pacific Promotions including the "World of Wheels Show"; joined Heap Herders Car Club of Caldwell (since 1955) in April of 2007 and served as Vice President and President. LeRoy is an avid collector and restorer of antique toys, pedal cars and die cast cars and trucks, especially Hot Wheels. His experience includes 3½ years circle track super stock car racing, in San Diego. LeRoy lived in Ramona, California from 1969 through 2000 and worked for the City of San Diego for 20+ years as an Auto Maintenance Supervisor for the Police Department Auto Maintenance (a fleet of 1500 vehicles). He returned to his native Idaho in 2000 with his wife Diane. You may recognize them from their volunteer work at the Emmett Car Show, Kenny's Father's Day Show and Motorfest.
Idaho Car Club Council
c/o LeRoy Dyas, Sweet Memories
P.O.Box 847, Middleton, ID 83644