This gallery contains images and descriptions of club members cars.
Images pieced together from Classic Chevy Magazine, Colin Date was the photographer.
Scott Patton's three cars, 1965 Chrysler New Yorker, 1969 Olds Ninety Eight Holiday Coupe and the 1974 Sedan de Ville. Owned the Chrysler since 1998 and other than paint and re-chromed bumpers it is original. He is the fourth owner of this 18' 2" car with a 413 cu. in. engine 340 HP. Next is the Old and he is the second owner of this unrestored car. The original owner told Scott that this car has always been garaged and the finish inside and out proves that to be true. The car is 18' 8" and the color is champaign. Finally the 74 Cadillac is the longest and most heavy car he has ever owned, weighing in at 5300 LBS at 19'3" in length. It only has 34,000 original miles and the color is called Apollo yellow. This is a one year only color reminiscent of the late 20's and 30's. It's big 472 cu. in. motor propels this heavy weight with ease. "Apollo" has a 27and 1/2 gallon tank to feed that large engine
1936 Chevrolet 1/2 ton low cab pickup truck. It is numbers matching with original 6 cylinder 206 HP engine which Craig restored.
1957 Triumph TR-3 . Craig had a tr-3 when was 16 years old and when retired decided to re-capture my teen years and restored this '57 tr. It has a 4 cylinder 2.1 liter 95 HP engine with duel SU carburetors.
Small Block Ford 289 V8, 2 Barrel Carburetor, 2 door sedan hard top.
Color: Silver and Black, Interior: Black
All original interior, original color was Jamaican yellow.
In 1966 there were four body styles: 202, Capri, Caliente and Cyclone. Comet grew from a compact to mid-sized car in 1966 with either a 289 ci or a 390 ci motor. It used the same basic chassis as the original Ford Falcon and Mercury Comet compacts, but were stretched with longer wheelbases. I purchased my first classic car in the summer of 2014 down in Cobb Island, Maryland. I am the third owner. Currently working on restoring this back to its glory!
George Parker's new 1971 Mustang Mach 1 has its original paint, interior, and body panels. There is almost no rust anywhere. It has a 351C engine with a C6 automatic transmission. Options include power steering and brakes, A/C, tilt rim blow steering wheel, Traction-Lok differential, ram air, and the tachometer Instrumentation group. It will be kept as an unrestored original.
Craig Flanagan's love/hate relationship with Triumphs began over 50 years ago. He and son and I restored one over a period of about five years. And that's the one you see in the photos.
Steve has competed in the last three GREAT RACES and is a former Sportsman Division winner. Look for it in the 2015 race.
Gary and Betty DiVecchia are new to the old car hobby and this is their first car, a 28 Model A named "Little Red Sally"