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About 85CieraHoliday

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  • Birthday 06/08/1988
  1. I've tried, but so far no luck. Hopefully someone sees this post and decides to sell the old Morgan stuff in their basement!
  2. I'm still looking for these items. Please email or reply here with leads. Thanks!
  3. I'm looking for any information related to Morgan Motor Co in Albemare, NC. My 1964 Pontiac Catalina was purchased new here and I would love to find an old ad or the dealer or a license plate frame from them. I think they went out of business around 2008. Thanks - Frank
  4. You may be able to trace the previous registration from the DMV. I did that for a car I had by filling out a form from that state's DMV website and sending a check for the small fee ($20). They sent me a copy of the original title information.
  5. Don't forget to mark your calendars! The NEOC's 16th annual benefit car show is September 23rd at the Day's Inn in Berlin, CT.Last year we had over 100 Oldsmobiles and we want to break that number this year! All years and models are encouraged to attend! We will have a food vendor, raffle, dj, club merchandise, and beautiful cars! Our show benefit's the Shriner's Children's Hospital. You can find our show flyer at neolds.com The street address of the show is: 2387 Berlin Turnpike Berlin, CT 06037 We hope to see you there!:cool:
  6. The car is listed on ebay now: Oldsmobile : Ninety-Eight Touring Sedan in Oldsmobile | eBay Motors
  7. Anyone interested in the car, please contact me! I can be reached via email drolds88@yahoo.com or phone (203) 499-8770. I just want this car to go to a good home. If you come and pick it up you can have it. -Frank
  8. I am selling my 1988 Touring Sedan which needs a restoration but is a complete car that was driven until last week. The car is maroon with matching leather interior, factory alloy wheels, full console with real wood and factory bucket seats. The car has the 3800 V6 and 4 speed automatic transmission, both original with 149,000 miles on them. The good: This car has no rot, never been in a serious accident (a couple of parking lot bumps is all), is complete, and has a strong powertrain. The bad: The car needs paint, has a leaking windshield, needs brake work (no brake pressure), has man
  9. Point well taken. I thought the current political situation within the OCA was part of it for sure. I guess I don't see much of the other issues because I'm not as involved with the national group as I am with my local chapter. I do see the political stuff coming from the national group and I don't understand it....we are a car club....lets have some fun. Thank you for the excellent analogy Paul. Does the NAOC have plans to include newer cars? (I see it has been changed to include cars up to 1976).
  10. Thank you for the location! I will be sure to do my best to check out the show. I'm sure anyone can join, which is very nice. I just wouldn't join as long as the club doesn't cover/include my cars. I wouldn't join a Mustang owners club either since I do not own nor plan to purchase a Mustang. It seems like NAOC people are very proud of their club which is great to hear. I am curious to figure out what the "difference is" since both clubs seem to have similar goals.
  11. An interesting discussion from our friends in the Buick Club of America.... http://forums.aaca.org/f169/aaca-members-pay-attention-267732.html
  12. Mark's Auto Parts in East Granby, CT is having Oldsmobile night on Monday July 23rd 2012. All Oldsmobile models/years are welcome to attend. We will be given special parking and recognition. More information can be found at: Mark's Classic Cruise Night | Welcome To Mark's!
  13. I'm not a member of the NAOC because my cars aren't "antique" enough. Paul, I don't think anyone was trying to say that the NAOC isn't well run...it just seems odd that this group is so splintered. The Cadillac LaSalle Club, Buick Club, and Pontiac Oakland Club all cover the full spectrum of vehicles made by each brand. I know that the OCA is very heavy on the A-body participation but there are many of us who don't own one of those models. I've noticed in my own participation in the OCA that cars pre 1949 are hard to find in attendance. It is a shame because many members like myself would love
  14. That may be your vest bet. The fog lamps should also fit from a Touring Sedan of the same year. Ebay may have them, otherwise it is the junk yard or the dealer as these are pretty rare parts.
  15. BJM, thanks for the great photos and commentary for those like myself who could not attend. I couldn't agree more that having a splintered Oldsmobile hobby doesn't make sense to me. This has been debated on these forums before....but old feuds seem to keep the two clubs from getting their acts together.
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