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  1. Jim, I appreciate you pointing out your previous post. I guess one of the times that I skipped over the previously read posts to read the newest ones, I must have skipped down too far and completely missed your post on the crazedlist. Thanks.
  2. AJ, There may be several more ways to research the racing but I can provide two suggestions. The first is the AACA Library & Research Center. It contains thousands of pieces of valuable literature on old cars, including some on vintage racing I believe. The L&RC web site is at http://www.aacalibrary.org/. A listing of the L&RC holdings up to M is listed and can be searched online, but the L&RC staff can conduct searches for anything not listed online. Contact info for the L&RC is: AACA Library & Research Center 501 West Governor Road P.O. Box 417 Hershey, Pa 17033 Ph
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    Museum?

    Wayne, its a church. The building is the Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Peter & Saint Paul located directly across 17th Street from the Wyndham hotel.
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    Wash Day 2

    Our daughters Shannon and Brittani love old cars, attending club events and going places in our 1931 Ford Deluxe Tudor. Here, Brittani takes time for a pose while making sure the Ford is presentable for a club event.
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    Wash Day

    Our daughters Shannon and Brittani love old cars, attending club events and going places in our 1931 Ford Deluxe Tudor. Above they are getting the Ford ready for a club event by giving it a good bath.
  6. Dix, The Ford Maroon and Black color combination is the original colors that our Deluxe Tudor was when it left the Atlanta Ford plabt in late 1931. The black wheels are the original color also, although a Mequite Red was available for the Deluxe Tudor package. The "mutt" in the picture is a Borzoi.... a breed that used to be.. and still sometimes referred to as Russain Wolfhound. The dog in the picture is named Harley. Harley is one of several AKC registered Borzois that my sister and nieces raise and show across the country.
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    39 Zephyr

    very nice ride
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    57 Chevy Truck

    We still have this truck although it is semi-retired and currently waiting for a make-over.
  9. This is our 1931 Ford Deluxe Tudor. We are the third owners of this mostly original car. The car was produced at the Ford plant in Atlanta, Georgia. The Deluxe Tudor was made only during the last three months of Model A Ford production and less than 20,000 were made. We enjoy taking long distance tours in the car and hope to one day be able to participate in National AACA tours.
  10. This photo was taken at the Era Fashion Judging during the 2001 Wisconsin Rapids Model A Reunion held in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. She was again awarded an Award of Excellence for her original outfit and accessories.
  11. This photo was taken at the Era Fashion Judging during the 2000 Wisconsin Rapids Model A Reunion held in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. She was awarded an Award of Excellence for her original outfit and accessories.
  12. Di enjoys collecting clothing and accessories from the Model A Ford era. Although many era fashion items are available as reproduction, Di only collects original pieces. This photo was taken at the Era Fashion Judging during the 1999 Wisconsin Rapids Model A Reunion held in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. She was awarded an Award of Merit for her original outfit and accessories.
  13. Bob,<P>Found some information indicating that Schacht cars ran in the 1912 Indy 500<P>The URL is: <A HREF="http://www.silhouet.com/motorsport/archive/gen/1911-19.html" TARGET=_blank>http://www.silhouet.com/motorsport/archive/gen/1911-19.html</A> <P>Car #18 Schacht Motor Car<BR>Schacht chassis with Wisconin Engine<BR>driven by Bill Endicott<BR>Qualified with speed of 80.57 mph <BR>Started 15th and ended 4th<BR>won $2500<P>Car #18 (I know its the same # as above but thats what the information says)<BR>Schact Motor Car<BR&
  14. Bob,<P>The listing at:<BR> <A HREF="http://junior.apk.net/~ecar/carcomp.htm" TARGET=_blank>http://junior.apk.net/~ecar/carcomp.htm</A> <P>provides the following information:<BR>SCHACHT<BR>1905 1914<BR>Schacht Mfg. Co. Cincinnati <P><BR>Have you tried the AACA Library and Research Center for information? They have lots of information and for a small fee may have the information you want.<P>The Contact info is:<P>AACA Library and Research Center<BR>501 West Governor Road<BR>Hershey, Pa 17033<BR>717-
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