A Club for Vehicle Enthusiasts


 Newsletter:
June 2017

Weather has been our friend as usual so far this season, joking of course although we have had some awesome days. It has been great visiting with everyone this year, hearing about Car Guys n Gal’s ups and downs with their projects new and continuing. The tales as always have been entertaining & interesting.

Our Home Depot Dust Off was a success this year it’s always great to see a lot of the cars & clubs out for the first time. We were joined at the show this year by
Third Shift Fabrication, Ryan does great art work by metal fabrication, which he sells and this year he donated a flamed fire pit for our raffle.

 Thank you to everyone that made it to the Genesis Cruise-In, I know it was a tough one for some to make as it was during the weekday. The pictures looked great!

We had a great evening at the Brookside Cruise night with the residents. The weather was cloudy and a little chilly so not a huge turnout but fun was had by all. We even found some available rooms for attending members.  It was a huge reward to see all the smiles and conversations that we got from the residents as the received their awards.

Our first Tuesday night cruise of the season turned out to be one of our largest; we had lots of first timers join us for the evening. Wags n Wiggles Dog rescue was there providing food and she will be joined by another vendor this season.

Please remember your speed coming into and out of the cruise night. We also need to remind everyone that we do not allow nor do we condone burn outs or UN safe driving at any of our events. There are many risk factors; Adults, Children & Vehicles to allow these driving displays. Please be respectful of the privilege that we have for the use of the many private properties in the Upper Valley.

Anyone that chooses to do so will be asked to leave,
What drivers chose to do elsewhere is all on you.

Rain has been a huge factor in our Cruise Nights for the past couple of weeks, we have had a couple of vehicles pull in to see who was brave and showed up, well it was just us hanging out. We waited for about a half hour in the rain and called it a night the next week we just called it and didn’t even go out to stand in the rain. Let’s hoping that this next week we will be back to sunny and warmer nights, so please someone out there do a dance or wave the wand and get us some good weather.

The Cornish Car Show turned out with a good showing they did start off with a little rain but reports have been good and the show was a success.

Raffles’

 We débuted our Annual & Cruisin Raffles at the Dust Off at Home Depot; we had great reviews about the raffle prizes. Raffle tickets are available at all of our events and anyone that would like to take some to sell see us at Cruise Night and we will gladly share.

Scholarships

Richie and Chris went to the Opera House this year to hand out the 3 Scholarships;
Auto Technology - Brendan Smith

Collision Repair and Refinishing - Stephen Bisbee

Industrial Mechanics and Welding - Cordell Benjamin 

The Students have sent their Thanks and  scholarships were greatly appreciated.

Please be sure to renew your membership, They are Due

Dues: April 15th, 2017
(Unless otherwise noted on your membership cards)

           Up Coming Events:
Car Nutz Cruise Night
Monday, June 12, 2017
6 – 8 p.m.
Sugar River Bank, Lower parking lot
Newport, NH
2nd Monday of every month

Cars & Coffee
The 3rd Saturday of every Month
Tuckerbox Café
Downtown,1 South Main Street
 White River Jct., VT
          8 - 11 a.m.    

Carz Cruise Night
Tuesday, June 13th, 20th, 27th,
Mascoma Savings
Bank
White River Jct., VT
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
  Please enter from the 2nd driveway on the left, to receive your driver’s ticket for the evening,

Carz 6th Annual Car Show & Swap
Saturday, August 26th, 2017,
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
With a Rain Date of
Sunday, August 27th
Car Entry: $15.00
(Pre-register before August 23rd, $10.00)
Vendor Site: $20.00

Items For Sale: If you let me know what you may have for sale or would like posted please let me know and I will do my best.

For Sale

1998 Mustang GT 4.6 Convertible with 62,440 original miles never seen winter. Silver with hand painted detailing and black top
4 brand new tires with only about 250 miles on them
AM/FM & CD player, air, leather interior.

Clean car that has been taken care of        $7,500
Call 603-444-0954 after 3pm

An Engine from a 70 Chevelle SS, but could not finish the project it is a 454 4 bolt main, 60 over speed pro pistons, comp cam crank is reground, oval port heads, new oil pan everything is at the shop to finish it up.
    It is at L and R engine and machine, Claremont NH, phone 603 542 2008, contact Leston DeGowin or email lrengine@gmail.com, Leston can fill you in on the details, More information talk to Dave McGuire

 Mario, the guy with the cuda has this for sale; I have the info on the racing carburetor that we took out the cuda. It had only 100 street miles on it. So as new. It is a Quick fuel q 750 series sec is mechanical no choke of course. The only thing I do not know is if it is Annular booster or down leg. If you know anyone interested let me know. Email for info; Mario @ vlad666d@hotmail.com

Low back buckets seats for your project car. Twenty and one-half inches wide. White vinyl with red cloth centers. Use with or without console. Upholstery is in great shape. Driver's side is power. Don't know the original application but my guess is they are 80s GM. They were mounted in my 1953 Chevrolet 2dr when I bought it.  Very comfortable and power works well. $400. Call Vern at 603-444-0765.

1972 Ford LTD Convertible
Medium Metallic Green & Black top,Original
OD - 73,784, Accurate, $15,000.00 or BRO
Barry & Sue Roy, 978-855-6780, 978-815-1596