Hello Folks, just one question-Is it Summer or is it
Fall? The recent weather has been all over the
place! However, that hasn’t stopped the Car Show
season as it is in full swing. I have been fortunate
enough to take advantage of this at Macungie, Pa
for Das Awkscht Fest and subsequent to that the
trip to Detroit for the Woodward Dream Cruise.
I met up with fellow members Lydia, Wayne and
Bob out at Macungie, strolled the beautiful park
grounds and discovered a few more of our club
members enjoying the weather. John Haring and
Bud Haines were there, and a lot of East Penn Club
members as well. This is a great show in a
wonderful park like setting, I highly recommend
you take the time and enjoy it. It features a host
of awesome antique vehicles, and a very nice
swap meet including arts and crafts!
Our own Mike Berry just returned from the NIA convention in Spearfish, SD. He drove his 1960 Impala Convertible a total of 4500 miles during his journey, just proves that you can still “See the USA in your Chevrolet”!
A few other members, namely James Brussel, Jim Krous and I buzzed out to Detroit for the big cruise. What a great time we had, and what cars we saw! This one is truly a Bucket List trip for all to someday enjoy. Such a variety of vehicles, from Muscle Cars to Hot Rods, Model A’s to Hi Boys and even obscure vehicles from the movies like Mad Max, Batman, and the Monkees TV show. Provided as an update on club events, I did not receive any phone calls inquiring about a possible Drive-In cruise event as solicited in the last Newsletter. I was contacted by the East Penn chapter questioning as to when the event would take place, but had to inform them there was a lack of demonstrated interest. I hope your Summer has been a fun one, but it’s winding down which will bring us back to our regular meeting schedule. Please make your plans now to be at our September 8th meeting at the Bordentown Community center, meeting starts promptly at 5PM. Till then,