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  1. On Sunday, October 10, 2021, the AACA Library will be trying something new - a golf tournament at the end of a fun filled week of cars. We'll raise money for the library and have lots of fun, prizes, goody bags, raffles and a chance to enjoy the Hershey Country Club's East Course. Full event flyer, registration form and information can be found at: www.aacalibrary.org/golftournament/
  2. On Sunday, October 10, 2021, the AACA Library will be trying something new - a golf tournament at the end of a fun filled week of cars. We'll raise money for the library and have lots of fun, prizes, goody bags, raffles and a chance to enjoy the Hershey Country Club's East Course. Full event flyer, registration form and information can be found at: www.aacalibrary.org/golftournament/
  3. We will not have any sale this year. As Mark said, everything is packed up (well, almost everything) and ready for the big move. Next year's sale, however, will be bigger and better than ever!!! -Chris
  4. All steel body. Cool car & great inheritance! -Chris
  5. Here's a little mud and our last batch of photos with this theme. Hershey Fall Meet 1975, 1978 & 1981. https://www.facebook.com/pg/AACALibrary/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10159480526773294
  6. The years start to jump around a bit now. Here is Hershey Fall Meet 1969, 1970 and 1973. We'll post one more album tomorrow morning. Enjoy! https://www.facebook.com/pg/AACALibrary/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10159475632013294
  7. We'll eventually share them other places, probably our website, but for now they're being hosted on Facebook.
  8. The AACA Library has been scanning & sharing hundreds of slides from Fall Meets of the past. Earliest folder is 1961 and the most recent will be 1981. A few year-folders are released each day on our Facebook page and you can view them here: 1961: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AACALibrary/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10159461622278294 1962, 1963 & 1964: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AACALibrary/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10159466303878294 1965, 1966, & 1967: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AACALibrary/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10159470904793294 Two more Albums will become available over the next two days and I will share the links when available. ID the cars, people and maybe you'll even see someone you know. Enjoy!! -Chris
  9. I've tried several times to write something to say how awesome Rick was. It's impossible for me to do so properly other than to say that he was great on so many levels - he was a great AACA member, great restorer, great family man & a great friend. I will miss him tremendously. -Chris
  10. Hi, I'm trying to help someone with their 1934 Model 46. The cowl tag shows a trim #228 -- what does that represent? Tan Bedford Cord or Mohair Velvet? None of my sources here at the library show trim numbers for 1934 Buicks. Thanks! -Chris
  11. Our “Build-a-Bookmobile” LEGO kit is now for sale! The AACA Library’s 1955 Chevrolet bookmobile can now fit in the palm of your hand. This custom LEGO kit was designed in-house by AACA Library staff and comes with all the pieces needed to build the model, an attractive looking box, professionally printed building instruction booklet, and vinyl decals. Lots of playability here. The finished model features a removable top for seating a minifigure, and the book box doors fold open to reveal shelving and display monitors. We’ve also included some extra pieces and steps in the instructions, so that you can finish off your bookmobile the way you want it to look. Quantities are extremely limited. This signed and numbered run of 55 kits is now down to less than 15. Don’t delay; get your ‘55 for $55 today! The “Build-a-Bookmobile” kit can be purchased through the AACA’s online merchandise shop: https://store.aaca.org/build-a-bookmobile-custom-lego-kit-1178.html View the full article
  12. Our “Build-a-Bookmobile” LEGO kit is now for sale! The AACA Library’s 1955 Chevrolet bookmobile can now fit in the palm of your hand. This custom LEGO kit was designed in-house by AACA Library staff and comes with all the pieces needed to build the model, an attractive looking box, professionally printed building instruction booklet, and vinyl decals. Lots of playability here. The finished model features a removable top for seating a minifigure, and the book box doors fold open to reveal shelving and display monitors. We’ve also included some extra pieces and steps in the instructions, so that you can finish off your bookmobile the way you want it to look. Quantities are extremely limited. This signed and numbered run of 55 kits is now down to less than 15. Don’t delay; get your ‘55 for $55 today! The “Build-a-Bookmobile” kit can be purchased through the AACA’s online merchandise shop: https://store.aaca.org/build-a-bookmobile-custom-lego-kit-1178.html View the full article
  13. Case ad for 1917 View the full article
  14. Case ad for 1917 View the full article
  15. Get yourself a Dodge Van Yamahauler for your 1972 Yamaha Motorcycle View the full article
  16. Get yourself a Dodge Van Yamahauler for your 1972 Yamaha Motorcycle View the full article
  17. Peugeot Motorcycle ad from 1928 View the full article
  18. Peugeot Motorcycle ad from 1928 View the full article
  19. Honda Super Sport ad from 1964 View the full article
  20. Honda Super Sport ad from 1964 View the full article
  21. Harley Davidson ad from 1923. Go fishing with it! View the full article
  22. Harley Davidson ad from 1923. Go fishing with it! View the full article
  23. Goodyear tire ad from 1916 View the full article
  24. Goodyear tire ad from 1916 View the full article
  25. 1912 Arrow motorcycle ad View the full article
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