Antique Study Group... Meeting Review and Schedule!
I wanted to thank all of you that made it out to the Antique Study Group meeting last Tuesday, July 7th. Even though it was a rainy wet evening, the 1903 Model A did start up and it was driven on the Society grounds, so a little history was made! We even had Jeremy from the Register Herald make it out and take several videos and pictures.
That following Wednesday Sheryl and I made our way to Michigan and made a stop to the Henry Ford Museum. While viewing the museums 1903 Model A we were able to talk to a curator about our Model A; he was amazed that we even had a 1903 Model A, let alone a running Model A. He was able to set me up with access to their museum automotive website so I can access various pictures and information about their Model A to use as a reference for us. He also strongly encouraged us to trailer up our 1903 and attend one of America’s longest running Antique Auto shows on September 12th and 13th (see the link below) at Greenfield Village to celebrate early automobiles and talk to others about the vehicle. Once we get the car running top notch, it may be something to consider (with proper insurance coverage, etc.)
We will skip the August Antique Study Group due to it being the week of the Preble County Fair, but I will send a reminder out several weeks in advance for the September meeting.