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  1. The amount that is deductible is determined by the organization. Too bad they don't monitor these discussions.
  2. Could be a good guess. Do we have any way to ask AACA itself? I'm not a big fan of guessing at my taxes! Besides, a given organization like this has to determine what part of the dues goes to viable, chargeable benefits.
  3. I'd like to go back to my actual question - in 2019 and 2020, what part of annual dues can be deducted from one's taxes? Please assume that I do itemize. In reality, I don't on my Fed, do on my state, so the question is still germain. Thanks!
  4. Can someone please tell us for 2019 and 2020 how much of your dues will be tax deductible? Yes, it does have to be based on the type of membership / dues paid. So a chart would be very nice.
  5. As you can see in the photos, it says it's a Skycruiser. The auction house described it as a one off. The impression I got was that it was built by Ford to see for itself what it would come out like. But I don't know. Hey, I'm not even big on Edsels - I'm a Packard guy.
  6. Interesting topic. And it looks a lot like the Skycruiser.
  7. One more showing more of how the roof goes down, etc.
  8. Closeup of the left side rear of the roof, giving a view of the name and some of the mechanism.
  9. I believe there were actually 2 Edsel retractable roof cars. I believe that the other one was called Edsel Corsair Skycruiser, though I've also heard Skyliner. But on the top (left side of top) it actually says Skycruiser. Very blue. 1959, formerly the Calmulet collection. Now on Long Island, saw it today at Huntington's Hecsher Park, 9/15/2019 at a Studebaker / orphan car show. Near perfect condition. Top was halfway as a demonstration. Factory a/c, 303 HP. https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AF18/Auburn-Fall/lots/r0079-1959-edsel-corsair-skycruiser-retractable-hardtop/692979. Makes you forget everything you think you know about Edsels. See the link. Plus, I never thought I would see an Edsel that I actually liked. Today I did. Though I have to say that the comments, form over function, do partially hold up - with the top down the entire massive trunk area is apparently quite full.
  10. I believe there were actually 2 Edsel retractable roof cars. The other one was called Edsel Corsair Skyliner. Very blue. 1959, formerly the Calmulet collection. Now on Long Island, saw it today at Huntington's Hecsher Park, 9/15/2019 at a Studebaker / orphan car show. Near perfect condition. Top was halfway as a demonstration. Factory a/c, 303 HP. https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AF18/Auburn-Fall/lots/r0079-1959-edsel-corsair-skycruiser-retractable-hardtop/692979. Makes you forget everything you think you know about Edsels. See the link.
  11. Guys, Went to start up 1926 243 today. Opened the gas valve, and gas was pouring out of the overflow on the carb. Any thoughts on a quick fix? Worked fine last summer. Thanks, Ron
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