bill pritchett

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  1. The February 2020 issue of Hemming Motor News has a very nice article on the Grand National in a column written by Richard Lentinello. In addition, he gives a nice shout out to the AACA. Also, I am posting in the Meets discussion area under Grand National.
  2. The February 2020 issue of Hemming Motor News has a very nice article on the Grand National in a column written by Richard Lentinello. In addition, he gives a nice shoutout to the AACA. Also I am posting in the general discussion.
  3. I was in Times Square on Friday and saw the hot rod you have in your picture along with two others that were following it. It was around 10:30. What I am wondering is why they are driving through that area as traffic is horrible and is not a usual place for that type of car at this time of the year. Also, I saw a couple of the new three wheeled motorcycles driving in the same area with the one being so loud that you could hear it two blocks away.
  4. As your mother with over 50 judging credits, I told you that you could not put it in the Hershey car corral with those modified headlights. Mother knows best. By the way, is the girl an AACA member as I can get her a free membership.
  5. I don't think this was taken by the same people who faked the lunar landing.
  6. I found this on YouTube. Enjoy the old cars.
  7. I saw this a while ago in an abbreviated form. It was taken a few days before the great San Francisco earthquake. It has quite a few shots of old cars in it. What is surprising how they were driving all over the place with disregard to any traffic laws. I assume there were few at that point in time. Also, I wonder what the cars are as I am certainly not an expert on them. I hope I am not repeating anything previously posted.
  8. Since the release of version 5.0, Gutenberg has been the default editor. If you want to use it for your editor as opposed to the one currently in use, "the classic editor", you have to choose it. To do so, go to settings and choose writings under this menu. There you will find Default editor for all users where you can choose: Classic Editor or Block Editor (Gutenberg). Gutenberg is the future of WordPress although the classic editor will be supported for the near future but not indefinitely from what I have read. It uses blocks, essentially paragraphs, as the default. In addition, there are many types of blocks predefined such as for tables, lists, etc. When you go to add a block, you will see a menu of many types. One advantage of the default block is that it will take a Word formatted document that is inserted into the block and retain the formatting which the classic editor used to do but has not for a while. You can also mix different types of blocks within one block. For example, you might have a block table within the block and include a list block below that might contain definitions of codes contained in the table. Also, if you use the same format for many pages, you an create a custom block, save it, and reuse it again as needed. An example might be where you use a page for a member's car where the only change is the picture and some wording. You can go back and forth between editors if you desire. The page you originally did in the classic editor will remain formatted as it was if you choose to change to the block editor. Thus the page can have mixed editor formats. If you are unfamiliar with Gutenberg, you can find many videos on it through YouTube and other areas of WordPress help. It is similar to Word in many aspects.
  9. This fire was in the Pittsburgh area. I hope none of the people all of you know had anything there. Links to a few stories are below.
  10. Pep Boys has one that is not too bad. Use part# 62680. It is on sale for 188.99. Not perfect but might meet your needs for that price.
  11. Looking for a rear bumper for a 1966 Ford Galaxie 500. Please call Mel at 908-705-6367.
  12. Looking for a rear bumper for a 1966 Ford Galaxie 500. Please call Mel at 908-705-6367.
  13. On Sunday, May 6, the NJ Region will hold their 67th Annual Spring Meet Car Show and Flea market. It will be held rain or shine from 9-3:00 at the Mennen Arena, 161 East Hanover Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960. There is also a car corral. All cars 1993 and older are welcome. Modified AACA judging is used for all classes except for a modified class. Information and registration forms are attached. Registration Info - Vince DeLisi, 219 N Martine Avenue, Fanwood, NJ 07023 Tel: 908-803-1570; email – Show Info: Pete Cullen - 973-650-2957 Flea Market Info: Joe DeFreitas - 908-812-7485 Additional detail as well as forms can be found at AACA_2018 Spring Show Flyer - final 1.22.2018.pdf 2018 NJ Region Registration Spring Meet.pdf
  14. Wayne, I hope you bring it to Hershey. It will fit in nicely in the prototype class. You may want to add the correct period whitewalls.
  15. Terry, I bet you have mixed feelings about breaking your leg to get to see this series. Hope you heal soon.