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LINCOLNS ON PARADE

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

Great song! Nice job on the pics Jeff. Special stories from you and Jim on Mrs. Smith before the sale of her 1942 gem to Al, then Jack, what a treasure now.  Met some great guys from RRLR, did a nice job, learned a lot Friday night from the awesome guest speaker about the Mexican Cerrera Panamericana road race I never appreciated, I should have bought Andrew's book but have so many now I am trying to find time to read- what detailed insight; I guess it is available on the web. Tom, you might have wanted to bid on a nice 2-tone blue framed Lincoln below the table at the auction,  but another 2-tone blue Lincoln owner did go home happy.  Look forward to seeing your 1924 John.

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And there was a Parade of Lincoln's Sat afternoon for many owners, except those who were inside touring the museums.

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I designed, printed, framed and donated that poster. I am curious about how much it was bis up to. It is one of 10 that I had printed.

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oh , by the way, Charlie Ryan of Hot rod Lincoln fame, was an LZOC member! and he had that A with the v-12

as pictured in TWOTZ 20 years ago or so..

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Tom, I think the framed 2-tone blue Road Race Lincoln sold at the auction for either $95 or $100! One of the highest items of the night.

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Thanks 40ZephSedan. That makes me feel that all of my work was worthwhile.  I was hoping for a good price for the museum, but have been disappointed in the past by people looking for bargains and not thinking about the proceeds that the museum will get.

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