Dick380185

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    AACA member since 1983
  1. Have the trailer parking passes been mailed out Yet? I haven't received mine yet.
  2. I love your car. The laser stripes are reflective I believe, which was a cool thing. That car should be fairly rare, I believe, which makes it doubly-cool in my opinion. It should prove to be a popular piece of eye candy at the Hershey Meet. Have fun and enjoy!
  3. Since our membership is registered in my name, how can I register a vehicle in my wife's name, so the vehicle is listed as hers alone? There is no place on the registration form to note that SHE is showing this vehicle in competition. Any one know? Thanks, Dick
  4. The upcoming AACA Museum exhibit "Motorbikes for the Masses" looks to have a very interesting variety of many unfamiliar brands of motorbikes. These little bikes are very interesting to me, as I've been showing motorcycles/motorbikes/minibikes in the AACA shows for 15+ years. Out of the nearly 30 vehicles selected for the display, I can't recall seeing more than 1 or maybe 2 of these bikes at an AACA meet in those last 15 years. It would be nice if the owners of these vehicles would occasionally bring them to our shows for the members to enjoy. The motorcycle classes have been dwindling to where there are only a handful of vehicles in all the cycle classes (combined). Perhaps the owners of these bikes are not all AACA members, or there is some other reason most of these very interesting vehicles are never seen at our shows.
  5. Just my 2-cents, but I think it's fine the way it is.
  6. I thought there was a Trabold Truck manufactured in Johnstown, PA.
  7. I was trying to bring up information on the 2013 Eastern Spring Meet being held in Carlisle, but nothing appeared on the website. I realize the Gettysburg Region is sponsoring, and I thought there would be an advert in Antique Automobile so I could find out the host hotel and make reservations. Does anyone know which hotel will be the "Host Hotel?"
  8. Suzuki is a very old and diverse company. The company has had its share of innovations along the way, but has mostly produced conservative and well-though-out vehicles. Their cars continue to be very popular and successful in many other regions of the world. Being a Suzuki motorcycle enthusiast (primarily), I was quite pleased when the company decided to offer cars to the American public. I was especially excited when I saw the new Kizashi. I thought THIS was the vehicle that would spice-up their rather bland offerings, and really jump-start Suzuki. It is a very nice automobile, but alas, too little too late. I'm disappointed to see them go.
  9. First, the GOOD news: Class 05H had a very nice turn out. (Thanks to the import motorcycle boom of the late 60's and '70's) The BAD news: Turn out in all other cycle classes was nearly non-exsistant. [ONE Whizzer, ZERO Cushmans, ZERO Vespas...] Hershey Region does not see the need to have closer cycle hauler parking for this meet. Can we please suggest that the National Board Members have a meet-and-discuss with the Hershey Region to help open up the race car hauler lot to INCLUDE the motorcycle haulers for the 2013 meet? There WAS room. (Cycle haulers are very small.) We are positive that this would increase the exhibitors in ALL the cycle classes. Thank you for this consideration.