This gallery contains images and descriptions of club members cars.
Car no 109 of the 512 4 door Phaeton Supers made in 1941. It has been storage in the JC Stevens collection in NY since 1972 and I am only the 4th owner.
a high optioned car. It has cowl lights, two taillights and even one windshield wiper. White wall tires and dual side mount spares compliment the standard 4-cylinder flat head engine making 45 horsepower combined with the standard 3-speed manual transmission and mechanical brakes on all four wheels! Formerly Owned
features an on-dash automatic transmission with a dual carb, rear mounted 6-cylinder boxer engine making 110 horsepower. Standard hydraulic brakes and standard steering means this beauty has no power anything. Even the convertible top is manual. At least it has an AM radio and a tissue dispenser.
this beast sports a 351 Cleveland V-8 engine, 4 bbl carb with a C-6 automatic transmission combining for a rated 266 horsepower. There are many options including fold down rear seat, center console, air conditioning, rear window defroster and even intermittent windshield wipers. Front power disc brakes, power steering and deluxe interior are all part of the Mach I package. This car represents the last of the first generation Mustangs and is the biggest one ever built. This model was the star "Eleanor" in the 1974 movie "Gone in 60 Seconds". Formerly Owned
My car was T-Boned coming home from a club event, but I credit it for saving his life. Now it's a parts car
My other car is a 1958 Edsel Corsair. It currently is being restored. I hope to have it back at some point this year! So no good photo for now. I keep the 1959 Edsel garaged at my second home in Rehoboth Beach, so that is why folks don't see it around here. When I get the other car back, I will keep it here in Woodbridge.
In 1977 Lori responded to an ad in Hemmings Motor News showing a picture of a 1952 Chevy truck which he had been looking for, for years and years. On traveling from his home in Vienna to see it, there were two 1952's, both a truck and a Deluxe Chevy 2-door. Suddenly the idea of a pickup went out the door, and Lori bought the Sedan. Paul Rose redid the engine, and some 'unknown' person from Manassas, painted it maroon red. Antique cars are meant to be shown, and at the Manassas Parade with at least 5000 'locals' lining the streets, Lori felt he was in 'hog heaven' showing off the results of his 30 year journey from nearly-junk to a beauty which got responses of 'oohs and ahhs'. Lori waived to all and even had a conversation with all the kids who waived at him and his 52 Chevy.