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  1. I spoke with Bob McGann from the Waltham Museum a few days ago and he said the Metz Gathering is on for Saturday August 1, 2020. He also said the evening before there will be a Q&A discussion at the Charles River Museum. I mentioned the lack of information on the museum website and he said he would try to get the info on there. Please try and put this event on your schedule. It would be great to see many cars, bicycles and motorcycles built by C. H. Metz and the people who own them now!
  2. WCMetz

    Metz 22 spark plug

    Hi DME - welcome to the Metz forum. I sent you a PM (click on "Mail" at the top of the page) and I'm wondering if you have a price in mind for the plugs you have. Thanks, WCMetz
  3. Just received a letter from The Waltham Museum today. It reviewed the past years activities and listed several for next year. The 2020 Metz Gathering or Metz Weekend is scheduled for Friday July 31 with a talk: "Chilling at the Second Floor of the Federal" and Saturday August 1with Metz Cars, Wheelmen, and Trolley tours. Please note these dates are different from years past when the event was held on the second Saturday in July. With any luck there will be better attendance on these dates. There is some great enthusiasm at the museum these days. You may have also noticed that the YAHOO Group site is no longer working as it did in the past. I saved copies of the files and requested a copy of the data. I had another group I was in and they are not sure what to do in the future. I hope I get a copy of the data we can use in the future somehow. I think this forum will be the best for now. I plan to finally join AACA. There has also been some talk of a Facebook page, but I don't do Facebook. MERRY CHRISTMAS to all and HAPPY NEW YEAR Bill
  4. I'm interested in some parts in your pictures. I sent you a PM, do you have a preferred contact method? Thanks
  5. WCMetz

    2013 METZ MEET July 13

    I called the museum today and talked with Al, he said he had a few people that have called and are bringing cars with them. I am not bringing my car this year as I broke a spring (lower front main spring) going home last year. I think I may have over tightened my tie downs and it snapped at a previous repair when the spring flexed going over some real bad bumps in the road. It looked like the repair was quite old and I hadn't noticed it before. I had my son weld it to hold it together for now, but I hope to find one or have one made. Looking forward to seeing as many people there as possible. Come on out to the gathering whether you bring a car or not, but bring a chair so we can sit around and talk about Metz cars. I learn more every time we gather and you can really check out how these cars go together. How about Orient bikes, cars, motorcycles? MM motorcycles? Spare parts? If you are reading this, hope to see you there.
  6. The latest newsletter from The Waltham Museum, Inc. is out and gives the date of July 13, 2013 for this years Metz Car Gathering. There is a great article about an 1899 Orient Autogo restored by Dennis Carlson. He visited the museum last October with the Autogo and I hope he can return for the July event. I hope we get to seemore cars than ever this year along with other Metz/Waltham machines. Orient Bicycles, Motorcycles (Orient, Metz, Marsh-Metz and their offspring), Orient Automobiles. Please consider bringing whatever Metz/Waltham machine you have to display. Let's make C.H. Metz proud and really show off his stuff! Call the museum to let them know you are coming (781-893-9020). The Waltham Museum webpage: www.walthammuseum.com If you are not a member, please consider joining to help the museum continue to grow.
  7. Waltham on Wheels The Waltham Museum sent me info on the next Metz Auto Gathering. It is Saturday, July 14th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the museum. There will be a slide show at 1:00 pm. Please bring your vehicle to display, or come to meet other Metz owners. Call 781-893-9020 for more info or for reservations. I've had a great time meeting people at the last gatherings, hope to see some new faces this year. Hope to see some new cars (Phil;)) this year too. Enjoy, Bill
  8. Just got my March 10 by-monthly newsletter from the Waltham Museum and it lists the 3rd Annual METZ MEET at the Museum on July 9th. There will be a slide show on the 1911 METZ Airplane Meet at the Gore Estate 100 years ago. Hope to make it again this year. Like to meet some new faces and cars.
  9. Phil, What oil are you using in your motor now? I can't decide what to use and I want to change it out before I put it away for the winter. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Bill
  10. WCMetz

    Metz Engine Cover

    Phil, I have the engine cover off of my car now while the radiator is out. Are there any measurements or pictures I can take for you? I wonder if the cover is the same for my 1915 touring car as you 1913?? Let me know, Bill
  11. Hi everyone, just got my latest Waltham Museum by-monthly newsletter and it states that The Second Annual Metz Car Meet will be on July 10, 2010. I hope to get there again this year, I had a great time last year. I also hope to meet some new owners and swap repair stories. I have my radiator in a shop in Glens Falls - I'll let you know how well they did. For anyone that is interested, I have been keeping a log of cars or pictures that I find as I search the internet. IM me and I'll send you the excel file I have. It is not complete, but I have quite a few. We could add any cars others have found to the list. There was a Metz car registry referenced in the Antique Automobile "C.H. Metz" articles by Franklin B. Tucker, but I have yet to find a copy. BTW - has anyone heard who bought the car on ebay?
  12. I believe that contact for the auction was through email and they were looking for bids through January. You should be able to email the family directly for more info if you follow the info link about mid-page when you click The Sichel Trust Collection I have not put in a bid on any of the cars or kept up with this process, so I don't know where things stand at this point.
  13. I have been meaning to post this for a while. The collection of Mr. Sichel is going up for auction after his passing. In this collection is a 1912 Metz car. The car was featured at the Saratoga Auto Museum last year in a display called "All that Glitters" for brass era cars. Very nice car, blue with a white interior and "mother in law seat". I will try to post a picture of the car. For more info click on this link. http://sicheltrust.blogspot.com
  14. Thank you Keiser31 - I haven't used this forum much and it's all a learning process
  15. Phil, I hate to show my ignorance, but what is a PM?:confused: How do I send one? Bill