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  1. I have a pair of Trippe lights with brackets that my friend would like me to sell. Please inquire. His son thinks he had them on a Packard or Franklin. Thanks, Roger Will Punta Gorda, FL wyowill@juno.com
  2. Please advise if you have a temperature sensor for a 1950 Pontiac. email rockykat9@gmail.com Thanks Mark Alexander 941.916.1391
  3. John, Please advise the procedure for changing webmasters. I will be taking over for Barbara Chamberlain at Peace River Region. She says I will need a password. Please send info to me at wyowill@juno.com Thanks, Roger Will
  4. My neighbor needs a speedometer for a 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak (sp?) two door sedan. He has one, but it doesn?t work, after replacing the speedometer cable. Or, do you know who rebuilds speedometers? Thanks, Roger in Punta Gorda, Fl Email me wyowill@juno.com
  5. My neighbor needs a speedometer for a 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak (sp?) two door sedan. He has one, but it doesn?t work, after replacing the speedometer cable. Or, do you know who rebuilds speedometers? Thanks, Roger in Punta Gorda, Fl Email me wyowill@juno.com
  6. Thanks so much for your interest. I think we are on our way into this century. I am not quite sure the program be ready for this coming weekend's annual show in Punta Gorda, but we will see. Yesterday it was 92 degrees.
  7. Our club has been using a DOS program for several years and it must use a Win 95 computer. I am asking if you have an Excel spread sheet that you have made for your car shows? We sort for class, year, manufacturer, stock/modified, color, etc. And of course, name, address, phone, zip, club affiliations, etc. If you have one that you have used and would care to share it with our club, we would appreciate that. Please advise. Thanks, Roger Will in Punta Gorda Peace River Region AACA
  8. Howard, Bio is updated...250 characters doesn't give you much chance to give much info. Stay warm. rog
  9. Thanks, Yes, we were thinking the computer could generate a list for local chapters. Thanks for your information. rog
  10. Thanks Howard, No, snowstorms aren't too bad. I guess it HAD to snow for Halloween to happen in Cheyenne. It was 85 degrees when we came back from watching the kids in historic Punta Gorda. Thanks for the info. I wrote because we are concerned about attracting new members that might retire in the area. It was discussed that some might just join another club just because they are new to the area and I guess they don't make the effort to find a AACA club like I did. We are getting prepared for our 2005 annual Gilcrest Park show, but our storage trailer is a mess...it tumbled 1 and 1/2times. But we are survivors. rog
  11. Curious if AACA has an established procedure for alerting or notifying a "new local club" of members that have changed their address and may be looking for a club in the new location to join. It seems that we may be losing members when then move when they still have the AACA national membership, but may not be familiar with local clubs where they are moving to retiring to....they might join a similar club not AACA. Thanks, Roger in Punta Gorda
  12. My wife and I are soon to retire in Punta Gorda, Florida. Would like to correspond with old car people in area. Would you write wyowill@juno.com Thanks, Roger
  13. 1929 Ford Model A Roadster with rumble seat. The top, top frame, side curtains, boot cover, and interior are from LeBaron Bonney and were installed in Denver at Bert's Model A Center. Bert's also had the French Gray pinstripe done by a professional. The body color is Andalusite Blue with black belt and moldings and black wheels. Driver?s side mounted spare. Engine rebuilt by Gene French of Ft. Collins, Colorado. It has an original two blade fan. The wiper is not original and does not work. Everything else works just fine. The horn is an original restored Sparton horn. AACA Senior 1998. $18,000. Digital pictures upon request.
  14. ?Year 1929<BR>?Make Ford <BR>?Model Roadster<BR>?Price $18,000.00<BR>?Complete description<P>1929 Ford Model A Roadster with rumble seat. <BR>This car was built and detailed to be judged by AACA. <BR> <BR>The top, top frame, side curtains, and interior are from LeBaron Bonney and were installed in Denver at Bert's Model A Center. The front seat and door panels are black. The rumble seat and inside panels are brown as original. Bert's also had the French Gray pinstripe done by a professional. The body color is Andalusite Blue with black belt and moldings and black wheels. Driver?s side mounted spare.<BR> <BR>The engine was rebuilt by Gene French of Ft. Collins, Colorado. It has an original two blade fan. <BR> <BR>The wiper is not original and does not work. Everything else works just fine.<BR> <BR>The horn is an original restored Sparton horn.<BR> <BR>It has been shown at Laramie and Cheyenne AACA national meets. The car was awarded 1st Jr. in 1995, Senior 1998 and Preservation in 2000.<P>view at <BR> <A HREF="http://www.photoisland.com/servlet/GuestLogin?USERNAME=wyowill@juno.com" TARGET=_blank>http://www.photoisland.com/servlet/GuestLogin?USERNAME=wyowill@juno.com</A> <P> If that doesn't work, go to <A HREF="http://www.photoisland.com," TARGET=_blank>www.photoisland.com,</A> and log in to my albums with the following information:<BR> <BR>Log-in ID: wyowill@juno.com<BR>Guest Password: wyo roadster <P>?Location Cheyenne, Wyoming<BR>?National awards 1st Junior 1995, Senior 1998, Preservation 2000<P>?Contact information Roger Will at 307.634.6230 or email wyowill@juno.com
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