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Nope....that's not me. That is Bob Hurd and his wife, Joann in their little Model A truck. The name of our group is the State Of Jefferson Antique Car Club (SOJACC). We all started out on a beautiful August Saturday morning. We normally leave from the Phoenix (Oregon) museum which is across the street from my house and go on the back roads. That morning we drove across the freeway east to North Phoenix Road and over to Foothills Road to travel along....the foothills. We drove north up to the Table Rocks and then up the road to Shady Cove. We had a wonderful lunch at Miguel's Mexican Restaurant which is right next to the Rogue River. We then went over to the west side of the freeway and took the slow roads while meandering home. Here are some photos of the tour as requested. The 1929 Model A Ford belongs to Mike and Debby McKey. The 1941 Studebaker is Harold and Marge Russell's and the 1910 Reo is Dick and Margaret Croly's car. Unfortunately, I was driving a modern car since my 1931 Dodge coupe is out of commission at this time. Our area is ripe for tours with wine tasting rooms, mild hills, wooded trails and just overall beautiful scenery. C'mon up sometime!

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Keiser31,Anything i have to get your car going??I have a lot of spare parts.Dave

I just need to rent a pilot shaft bushing remover and get the heck under the car and put it together. Thanks so much for the offer. I'm just getting old and decrepit.

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.........Our area is ripe for tours with wine tasting rooms, mild hills, wooded trails and just overall beautiful scenery. C'mon up sometime!

Thanks Keiser. Ripe for tours is what I was thinking. You need to get some local regional AACA gropus togetehr and put on a National Tour. ;)

Never been to Oregon. Would love to see the sites there.:)

Thanks for the additional pictures!

Wayne

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