Club Clips

Club Clips: June 13, 2019 Edition

Packard magazine lets member show off her artistic side Maybe you have a knack for finding nice, old cars. Maybe your skill is to restore them. Maybe you have other gifts, too, such as an artistic bent. If you do, you may appreciate Annie Bonham of the Wisconsin Packard Club, a...

Club Clips: May 23, 2019 Edition

Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum has a better idea  A facsimile rotunda fashioned after the Ford landmark of bygone years now stands in lighted beauty in the forefront of the Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum. The story of the rotunda was told in the organization’s Foundation News (vol. 26, no. 5;...

Club Clips: May 16, 2019 Edition

Airflow Club does justice to its colorful national meet  Hobbyists who have not gone to many (or any) national meets should consider it. Big annual events attract a wide range of favorite cars and interesting people at the steering wheels. National meets are both enlightening and joyful; they can be formative...

Club Clips: May 2, 2019 Edition

McCollough shines as head of national Nomad club  Greg McCollough, current president of the Chevrolet Nomad Association, had no dream of being the head of his organization, but he is taking to the job with vigor. He’s a resident of Kearney, Neb., and a good man for the presidential job, it...

Club Clips: April 25, 2019 Edition

‘Accessories’ or ‘options?’ It’s more than semantics  Do you use the terms “accessories” and “options” interchangeably? Gene Schneider has reasons not to. He shared those in the October 2018 edition of Generator & Distributor, from the Vintage Chevrolet Club of America, 14 Triple Crown Ct., North Potomac, Maryland 20878-3745 (Vince Taliano,...

Club Clips: April 18, 2019 Edition

Replica cars still waiting for new lease on life Bureaucratic red tape has held up the sale of new replica cars. That issue was tackled in a recent edition of Driving Force, voice of the SEMA Action Network, 1575 S. Valley Vista Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765 (Colby Martin, editor). The...

Club Clips: April 11, 2019 Edition

Pierce-Arrow history lesson hits bullseye The Great Arrow News is much better than a drum beating the virtues of Pierce-Arrow. It expands the horizon of knowledge on automobiles and related history. A copy of the Pierce-Arrow Museum newsletter, the Great Arrow News (editor David Coco, [email protected], Pierce-Arrow Foundation, P.O. Box 309,...

Club Clips: April 4, 2019 Edition

Pontiac club magazine salutes options and odd ducks A square peg in a round hole:  Maybe you have seen cars like this at a car show. Those vehicles stick out from the main for reasons that set them apart visually. Mike Noun mentions this in his article “Pontiac Odd Ducks” appearing...

Club Clips: March 28, 2019 Edition

Graham Paige had soft spot for national pastime I knew about the record. It was a 78-rpm shellac pressing from the 1920s. Just the thing for a record and old-car collector. But I did not fully comprehend its place in history until reading Vol. 46, No. 1, of The Supercharger, Graham...

Club Clips: March 21, 2019 Edition

Racing museum gets moving in the right direction The Eastern Museum of Motor Racing is dedicated to promoting the history of race cars while helping collectors enjoy a taste of that sport behind the wheel of a once-active car. Information about the organization can be found in The EMMR Times, P.O....