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  1. Due to a communication mix-up porta pottys were not ordered for Hershey. Is there a list of companies I can contact for this very important product? I hope at this late date some are still left in Pa somewhere. Dan
  2. Does anyone know where wireless with be available. I will be on the red field and in the past the Giant Center was the only place with wifi. Thanks, Dan
  3. I will be living on the red field and would like to know where I can fill my water jugs? Thanks, Dan
  4. here you go- 502 937 8968 Louisville, Kentucky
  5. The question is how can it be a nine time 1st place winner at Hershey?
  6. In the Jan/Feb '14 issue of MAFCA's Restorer magazine is an ad for a 1931 Ford Model A pickup that is listed as a "Nine time 1st place winner at Hershey, Pennsylvania." As a AACA judge I wonder how the seller can claim that. If the pickup was judged as shown in the photo in the ad I see a number of deductions that would put even one "1st place" in jeopardy. I believe the claim to be misleading to say the least.
  7. Thanks for the lead. It seems to be a 1906 Franklin model D
  8. I live in South Berwick, Maine and received this email from the Old Berwick Historical Society and am hoping someone can identify this car. I will be taking my restored 1931 Model A Tudor to the Cummings House for show and tell. I think it is very important to introduce antique cars to as many young people as possible. "Hello Dan, Patti Mitchem at the Land Trust gave me your name as a possible source for an antique car to show during a local history walking tour for school children next May. I work for the Old Berwick Historical Society planning the event, called the Hike through History, along with teachers from the Marshwood School System. Next year the theme of the tour will be Journeys, and we are looking for a car to show at the Cummings House on Railroad Avenue in South Berwick, where William Cummings, owner of the Cummings Shoe Factory, lived. A photo of Cummings in one of his early cars is attached. I don’t know the date of this car—you may recognize it. We don’t need to replicate this vehicle, however; we simply want to have a vehicle from the period 1910 to 1940, when Cummings lived and worked here. (He later had a Pontiac, for example, which shows in photos of his house). The purpose of showing the car to young children (grades 1-3) is to reinforce the concept of sequence in time—a comparison of something they are familiar with, such as a car, in its earlier form. If you can help me with locating a vehicle we could have on display for May 31 next year, I’d be grateful. I’ll look forward to hearing from you. Best, Nina Maurer"
  9. Circumstances have come up that means I can't make the Reading meet. How do I cancel the judging I signed up for?
  10. Just signed up, see you there