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  1. Yes,the trailer parking is in adjacent parking lots and grass fields that are part of the Civic Center Complex.
  2. Greetings from sunny Florida. For those who are coming to the 2014 AACA Winter Meet on February 20-22, 2014 we have an address that would be recommended to use in your GPS or smart phone for directions to the show site. It is 1626 SE Walton Road Port ST. Lucie, FL 34952. This is a building adjacent to the driveway that we are asking show cars to enter for the show. Trailer parking entrance is also on this road just prior to this location. We will have signs posted. There is no trailer parking on Wednesday. If you have procrastinated long enough and still want to come to the show we have extend
  3. Samanta: You have a fairly complete and decent shape truck. I feel that your truck is a Graham Bros. 3/4 ton. We have a 1927 Graham Bros. sales literature booklet that shows most of the models they offered. Our 1928 Graham Bros. 3/4 ton canopy express was purchased from the grandson of the original owner. Our truck was used by Howard Biery at the Mount Troy Cemetery for 30 years before it was retired and then stored in garages owned by the descendants of Howard. We purchased the truck in 2003. Attached are some photos of our restored truck. Your engine is the same as ours--a Dodge Brothers fas
  4. The registration is currently open on the AACA website. You may be having the same problem as we are in that your dues have to be paid before you can enter your registration. Our dues have been into Hershey for a while but have not been processed thru yet. hopefully that helps. Ed
  5. Hoping all our AACA friends and families had a good holiday season. We're also hoping that when you made your 2014 New Year's resolutions that you included coming to our AACA National Meet in Port St. Lucie, FL. on February 20-22, 2014. We have registrations rolling in and only 18 more days until the cutoff. With the cold weather up north these days I'm sure you'll need a break by the end of February so register now! Hope to see you there.2014_Web_Flyer_updated_11-7.pdf
  6. Thanks Art for that clarification. We have looked up Zephyr Hills schedule and found that if people were interested in both events they could visit Zephyr Hills on Friday and come to our show on Saturday!
  7. The clock is ticking and we're just 7 months away from the 2014 AACA National Winter Meet in Port St. Lucie, Florida on February 20-22, 2014. It may be hot now but by next February it will be cold and snowy up north. Plan now to attend our meet and share some warm weather in the winter. Here is a picture of one of the show fields and the Port St. Lucie Civic Center in the background. For more information visit our website @ TCVCC.com and click on Fall Festival to view our trifold and information regarding the Elliot Museum Tour or click on this link: 2014_Web_Flyer.pdf Hope to see you in Feb
  8. To the original poster Dougklink is this the motor you are looking for?
  9. Have you heard? The Treasure Coast Vintage Car Club is proud to be hosting the 2014 National Winter Meet in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The dates are February 20-22, 2014. The Meet will be held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center which is a 100,000 sq. ft. convention center built in 2008. There is no host hotel. There are 3 hotels close by offering good rates that our club has reserved. More detailed information can be reviewed on our website http://www.TCVCC.com under Fall Festival. We will be offering tours to the newly completed Elliott Museum (March 2013) on Friday that exhibits antique cars a
  10. I have front and rear brake drums and 2 axles from a 1936 Dodge Model LE truck that I would like to get rid of. Will sell cheap but you pay for shipping. I have more pictures and info if interested. I am located in FL. 34953
  11. I agree with Rusty. Leave it 6 volt and use the truck as an old truck. We drive around a 1928 GB with rear wheel mechanical brakes only (nothing on the front axle) and as long as you keep it adjusted and mind you're driving it is fun. My first restoration project was a 1946 Dodge pickup just like you're working on back in 1973. Learned alot about vehicles working on that truck. Good luck with your project Ed
  12. I would like to sell my 1936 Dodge 1 1/2 ton dump truck. I did a 3 year frame off restoration completed in 2002. The original Penn Body by Hockensmith Inc. was completely rebuilt to original specs using new steel. Hoist has new seals and works good. A 1952 251 Dodge flathead six powers the original 4 speed transmission and drivetrain. Electrical is 12 volt with halogen headlights and turn signals. This truck was restored to be able to drive at night and maintain a reasonable speed. Truck has won many awards and shows well. It easliy fits in a normal parking space. I am asking $19,500 or best
  13. Anyone interested in a rebuilt VW motor, 40 hp, approximately 4000 miles since rebuild? Good condition. Located in Stuart, Florida. Zip code 34997. Asking $400.00. I am posting this for an fellow AACA member that is not computer experienced. Call 772-418-5875
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