2014 Past Events & Meetings
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Past Event and Meeting Notices are listed here, along with Recaps & Write-ups.  The most recent Events and Meetings are listed first.  Scroll down or click on a link in the Index to go directly to an item. 
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Past Bean Pot Events

Bean Pot - Annual Meeting Bickfords, Woburn MA
Thursday, November 6, 2014 -  6 PM


Bean Pot - Little Red School House Meet - Recap
Saturday, Oct 18, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM


Bean Pot - Little Red School House Meet - Dunstable MA
Saturday, Oct 18, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM


Membership Meeting & Event - Wilmington,  MA Recap
Saturday, Sep  13, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM


Membership Meeting & Event - Wilmington,  MA
Saturday, Sep  13, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM

Bean Pot - Haartz Corp - Factory Tour & Collection
Thursday Aug 7, 2014  -  3 PM

Lloyd's Barnyard Meet - Barbeque - N Hampton NH - Recap
Saturday, July  12, 2014  9 AM to 3 PM


Lloyd's Barnyard Meet - Barbeque - N Hampton NH
Saturday, July  12, 2014  9 AM to 3 PM


2nd Annual Bean Pot Regional Meet Larz Anderson - Recap
Sunday, June 1, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM

2nd Annual Bean Pot Regional Meet - Larz Anderson
Sunday, June 1, 2014  - 10AM to 2PM

Special Membership Meeting - Danvers MA
Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 10 AM to 11:30 AM


NE Early Ford V8 Swap Meet & Show - Recap
Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 8 AM to Noon


NE Early Ford V8 Swap Meet & Show - Fitchburg MA
Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 8 AM to Noon

Membership Meeting - South Attleboro, MA - Recap
Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 7:00 PM

General Membership Meeting - South Attleboro, MA
Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 7:00 PM

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Past Interesting Non Bean Pot Events

Amherst Antique Car Show - Amherst NH
Sunday,  Oct 26, 2014 from Dawn to Noon

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Hershey Region AACA - National Fall Meet - Recap
Tuesday - Saturday   October 7 - 10, 2014

Hershey Region AACA - National Fall Meet -Hershey PA
Tuesday - Saturday   October 7 - 10, 2014

The Boston Cup - Boston Common - Boston MA Recap
Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 9 AM to 2 PM

The Boston Cup - Boston Common - Boston MA
Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 9 AM to 2 PM

Granite Region AACA - Sentimental Tour NH & ME
Monday - Thursday  September 8 thru 12, 2014


VAE Antique & Classic Car Show - Stowe, VT
Friday Aug 8 thru Sun Aug 10, 2014 7AM to 5PM

Misselwood Concours d'Elegance - Beverly MA
Sat - Sun, July 26-27, 2014

Codman Estate Car Show - Lincoln MA
Sunday, July 20, 2014  8 AM - 2 PM

Mayor's Office & NSOCC Car Show - Amesbury MA
Saturday, July 19, 2014  10 AM - 2 PM  -  Invitational


BSAAC Endicott Estate Car Show - Dedham MA
Sunday, July 13, 2014  8 AM - 3 PM

Whitehall - CTONE Invitational - Hopkinton, MA
Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 1 PM to 3 PM

Elm Bank Antique & Classic Car Show - Wellesley, MA
Sunday, June 22, 2013 from 9AM to 3:30PM


Great Race & Car Show - Lowell MA
Saturday, June 21, 2014 - 11 AM to 8 PM - All Day

Power of the Past - Gas & Steam Engine Dunstable Show
Sunday, May 4, 2014 from Daybreak to approx. 2 PM

Ice Cutting & Model T Snowmobiles North Sutton NH
Sunday, January 26, 2014 - 9 AM

Model T Ford Snowmobile National Meet - Meredith NH
Sat-Sun February 8-9, 2014

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Annual General Membership Meeting
Bickfords Restaurant

325 Montvale Avenue
Woburn, MA, 01801
Tel 781-938-6068

Thursday, Oct 6, 2014 at 6 PM
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1933 Packard Eight Coupe Roadster
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The meeting will begin promptly at 6 PM.    Bickfords’ has offered us a private room at no charge and the club will be providing complementary nachos and beverages.

This is an extremely important meeting as there are several subjects that will have an impact on the club in the coming months.
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1924 Marmon Model 34B Speedster
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1935 Auburn 851 All Weather Phaeton
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Directions from Rte 128/95 to Bickfords in Woburn

-        Take exit 37 to merge onto

         I-93 South towards Boston 1.5  mi.

-        Take exit 36 for Montvale Ave toward Woburn 0.2  mi.

-        Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Montvale
         Avenue/Woburn and merge onto Montvale Ave.

-        Destination will be on the left 495 ft.
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The following is a very preliminary draft of the meeting's agenda:

 - Presidents report - Bill Pappas
-  Fiscal report - Dan Cullinane
-  Nominations and Elections
-  2014 Event  announcements - Sam DeMarco
-  Second annual Larz Anderson Meet
-  Fall Dunstable Schoolhouse Meet
-  Second annual Dual Meet
-  2014 dues
-  Future club plans
-  Open Forum on club direction
-  Club calendar of events for 2014

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1932 Nash Convertible Sedan
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Recap
The Little Red School House Meet

that was held on
Saturday, October 18, 2014
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1932 Studebaker President Roadster
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For most antique auto enthusiasts in New England the AACA National Fall Meet in Hershey, PA. marks the end of outdoor antique car meet activity.  Late fall and early winter weather are just around the corner.  Therefore, many antique vehicle owners put them away for the winter season. (The lucky ones then head off to Florida.)
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1933 Packard Twelve Club Sedan
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To ease the transition to the winter season the Bean Pot Region held its second Little Red School House meet in Dunstable, MA.  For those who have not attended, the Little Red School House is located in Dunstable Massachusetts and like our collector cars it is truly vintage and authentic.  Built in 1798, it is owned and maintained by the Tyngsborough - Dunstable Historical Society.
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Cars & Trucks in the Field in front of the School House
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With its single room classroom, wood stove, hand water pump, dual out houses and 5 acre field it is the perfect setting for a car meet - especially during peak foliage season.   Needless to say, the Historical Society was delighted once again to have us conduct the show and showcase their little gem.
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Our Membership Chair, Pat Gagnon greeting an early
arrival, the owner of a 1962 Jaguar XKE
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The intent was for the meet to echo the feeling of some of the old time car meets that were held in New England from the late 1930’s through the 1960’s, by having a very low-key event. 

As an email that was received the week after the show stated,

“We thought the meet last week was great!  Reminded us of the Duster's Meet.”

we think we achieved our goal.

For those who are not aware, the Dusters Meet was one of the first antique car meets held in New England in the late 1930’s.  It was initially held at Raceland in Framingham, MA., then later at the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, MA.  A later revival of the meet was held in Lowell, MA. on the Pawtucket Boulevard which was part of the race course for the 1908 Lowell Automobile Races.
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1948 Ford V8 Station Wagon
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The show was advertised as free of charge and open to the public for both antique cars and spectators.  We extended invitations to abutting AACA Regions and several other local and national car clubs.  We had hoped that the meet would generate a large amount of goodwill and publicity for the AACA and our region, and that it would increase our opportunity to recruit new members.  By the afternoon of the show, we know we had accomplished all of that.
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1950 Pontiac Convertible
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The meet again, based on feedback from the show’s participants, spectators and the Historical Society was a complete success. Although most people would judge the success of a show by the show car count, our show attracted many of cars that hadn't been seen at a car show in years.  We also had a good showing from several clubs including the Mid State Antique Auto Club, North Shore Old Car Club, The Ford V8 club, NEMAC (North East Mass Antique Car Cub) and many others.
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1941 Lincoln Continental &
1940 Buick Special
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The Historical society volunteers had coffee and donuts available at 8:30 AM for the show workers.  At lunch, the Historical Society offered a great lunch of Hotdogs, Boston Baked Beans (what else?) and Chili while the Sunshine Ladies had an amazing spread of baked goods available.

A great autumn day and car show in New England!
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1958 Chevrolet Imala Convertible
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We had more than enough members volunteer with helping setup and organize the show – their efforts were definitely appreciated. Special mention should go to Doug Rheinbold and Jack Carroll who provided the majority of the parking and traffic control duties.
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1912 Buick Model 29 Touring Car
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We should also mention that the Tyngsborough - Dunstable Historical Society is a great organization to work with, and their many volunteers did a great job in helping us run the meet.
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Small, Meduim & Large
1962 Jaguar XKE - 1940 LaSalle - 1922 Stanley
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School House Meet Link on the
Linwood Street Website
The popular Linwood Street - Vintage Auto galleries features a 3 page gallery and a video of the October 18, 2014 Little Red School House Meet.

The Linwood Street website gave the Little Red School House Meet a very  nice complement as follows:

"October 18  Bean Pot-Little Red School House Yard Meet, Dunstable, Massachusetts.  Only the second year for this event, but a surprisingly good show featuring some rare and interesting vehicles on a day of threatening clouds but with occasional glimpses of sun (86 photos, 1 video, 3 pages) "

Linwoo Street  even used the same red background color for their galleries that the Bean Pot website uses - thanks for a very nice touch Linwood Street!  There is also a video featuring a repair to the Stanley Steamer, Ed Rodgers' minature engines. and the 1928 Chevrolet McCann fire truck.

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Link to Linwood Street   - Dunstable Gallery
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Other School House Meet Links
Link to 2014 Dunstable Meet in "Photographs"

Link to T-D Historical Society Website

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Master Craftsman and Mechanic Ed Rodgers'
Minature Engine Display
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1927 Ford Model T Coupe
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Bean Pot - Little Red School Yard Meet
at the Tyngsboro-Dunstable Historical Society's
Little Red School House & Field
Route 113
64 Main Street
Dunstable, MA 01827

Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 10 AM - 2 PM
(Rain Date Sunday, October 19, 2014)
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1919 Kissel Custom Open Roadster
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The Bean Pot AACA Region is announcing our 2nd Annual after Hershey get together. The intent of this event is to help us get over the fact that the seasons are changing, Hershey is over and maybe it's time to put the toys away for winter.  On the bright side, it's a great time to be in New England and the foliage is probably near peak.

The inaugural Little Red School House meet in 2013 was a great success by just about any measure, from a large contingent of brass era autos from the Autoneers Region of the Horseless Carriage Club, to the Beans & Dogs served up by the Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society.  We even got an article about the meet in Antique Automobile magazine’s June-July 2014 issue.   Follow the links below  for information about last years meet.

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We will have a short foliage tour through the rural parts of Dunstable, Groton and Tyngsboro, a raffle, door prizes and drawings.

Reserve this coming October 18th (Saturday) to attend our "Little Red School House Meet” because we think we have a great day planned at a great location.  We again have made arrangements with the Tyngsborough - Dunstable, MA Historical Society to hold our car meet at the Little Red Schoolhouse in Dunstable, MA.

This one room School House is an original, authentically restored 1798 building that is complete with bench chairs, wood stove and of course "his and hers" outhouses placed on a very large beautiful location amid farms and country background. 

It is conveniently located off major highways and roads and can accommodate as many old cars, new cars, trailers or whatever you decide to bring or show.

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1936 Buick Coupe & 1940 Buick Special Convertible
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We are inviting a bunch of other car clubs to join us in this Meet.  The meet is a No-Charge get together is for both members and non-members wishing to participate.   Plan to arrive at the School House at 10:00 AM for coffee and donuts. 

We are planning several activities at the schoolhouse including goodie bags, raffles, special awards along with a foliage tour & quiz.  Beans and Franks (of course) will be available for purchase around noon, prepared and served by the Historical Society Members.   The sunshine girls are planning on selling home made baked goods.  You can also bring along your own picnic lunch to tailgate if you prefer.

We are encouraging everyone to drive his or her old cars or trucks to the meet, but we know that the weather may be iffy at best.
If the weather doesn't cooperate we have secured the location for the next day (Sunday) as a rain or bad weather date.

If it is just cold we will still hold the meet on Saturday.   The old school house is weather tight and does have a wood burning stove to give everyone a chance to warm up.

We will be providing any updated and/or cancellation information on this website.

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Directions

The Little Red School House is located on Route 113 in Dunstable, MA.

From Interstate 495 take Exit 35 for Route 3 North towards Nashua, NH

  -  Travel 8.7 Miles on Route 3 North

  -  Take Exit 35 for (Route 113) from Route 3 and head west towards Dunstable, MA.

  -  The Little Red School House will be 1.1 Miles on your left. Look for the sign.

Even though the Little Red School House does not have an official street address, for those using a mapping program or a GPS device the address 64 Main Street, Dunstable, MA. 01827 will get you to the right location.

(Paved trailer parking is available at the Park & Ride about a mile from Route 3.  Head east on Route 113, the Park & Ride will be on your left.  The Park & Ride is about 2 miles  from the Little Red School House.  Take a right turn from the Park & Ride lot and continue 2 miles to the Little Red School House.)

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1928 Ford Model A Roadster
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School House Meet Links
Link to 2013 Dunstable Meet Pictures in "Photographs"

Oct 2013 Dunstable Little Red School House Meet Recap

Link to Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society Website

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Recap
General Membership Meeting
in conjunction with the
New England Region Cadillac LaSalle Club
at the home of CLC & Bean Pot  member
Peter Telis

166 Salem Street
Wilmington, MA

Saturday, September 13    10 AM to aprox. - 2 PM
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1939 Cadillac 75 Imperial Limo & 61 Opera Coupe
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The Dual Meet with the New England Region of the Cadillac La Salle Club was a great success.   There were approximately 40 vintage cars in attendance along with another 10 or 15 modern vehicles.  Peter Telis of Wilmington MA was the host for the get together.   The Dual Meet concept has worked out great for the Bean Pot Region as we have typically had around 40 vehicles attending the meetings versus about 20 with a single club meet.

The Dual Meets also gives member a chance to meet new people and view new cars.  It also helps the finances of both clubs as expenses are shared.  Members started arriving well before 10 o’clock and the meet broke up a little after 2 PM.  A cookout was held Hot Dogs and Hamburgers for all.

Many thanks to Peter and the New England Region of the Cadillac La Salle Club for a great day.

Check out the link to the Photo Gallery below.
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1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
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1952 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
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Link to Photographs of the 2014 CLC Dual Meet
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General Membership Meeting
in conjunction with the
New England Region Cadillac LaSalle Club
at the home of CLC & Bean Pot  member
Peter Telis

166 Salem Street
Wilmington, MA

Saturday, September 13    10 AM to aprox. - 2 PM
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1958 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
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We have scheduled an event in conjunction with the New England Region of the Cadillac La Salle club.  It will consist of a garage tour, tech meet and lunch.  It will be held at the home of Peter Telis a member of the Cadillac Club and the Bean Pot Region of the AACA.

Please RSVP to Bill Pappas by email at
vaselios@gmail.com  or by phone at 781-799-9574,  so that an accurate count can be made for the food purchases.
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Directions - From I93 (North of Route 128)

Take exit 41 for State Route 125 toward Andover/N Andover
0.4 mi

Turn right onto Ballardvale St
0.3 mi

Continue straight onto Salem St
0.2 mi

Turn right to stay on Salem St to number 166
Destination will be on the right 0.6 mie
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Haartz Corporation
Factory Tour & Viewing of their
Brass, Steam & Classic Car Collection
Followed by dinner at a local restaurant

Shipping Entrance
65 Hayward Road
Acton, MA

Thursday, August 7th, 2014    2:30 PM
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1930 Packard Model 740 7-Passenger Phaeton
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Haartz Corporation headquartered in Acton, Ma is a world leader in highly engineered and uniquely designed convertible toppings and interior surface materials.  The Haartz Corporation is a family owned company in business since 1922.

We suggest that you visit the Haartz Corporation website for an excellent feature on antique automotive covertible and other top coverings.  A very helpful restorers guide will give you an education on automobile materials.

Haartz Corporation Website

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1914 Stanley Steamer
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The Bean Pot Region has been invited to tour the factory operation and also to view their Antique Car Collection including Brass, Classic and Steam Cars.

Plan to be at the Haartz Corporation's shipping entrance 65 Hayward Road, Acton, MA by 3pm for the factory tour.
  (Make sure you go to the Shipping Entrance and not the main entrance.  Since this is a factory tour closed top shoes must be worn, open top shoes/sandals are not permitted.) 

After the tour we will be visiting a local Acton restaurant for a dinner get-together. The rest

This is a preliminary posting and it will be updated in the near future with directions and dinner arrangements.

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Directions to Haartz Corp
from Route 128 in the Lexington, Ma area

  -  Take exit 59 from 128 to Route 2 West

  -  Stay on Route 2 until you reach exit 42
        (approximately 11 miles)

  -  Take exit 42 to merge onto MA Route 27 North

  -  Take a sharp left in 4/10 of a mile from Rte 27
        onto Hayward Road

  -  Destination will be on your right
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Contact Sam DeMarco at  617 - 212 - 6708  for further information.
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Lloyd's Barnyard Meet

Lloyd Graves' House
22 Post Road
North Hampton, NH

Saturday, July 12, 2014      9 AM to 3 PM
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1941 Buick Super Convertible
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It's hard to make successful things even better but that was easily accomplished last Saturday at Lloyd Graves's "Dual” Club Meet in Hampton, NH. Our " Dual" meet went to a "Triple" meet with the invitation of the North Shore Old Car Club.  

So what happens when you put three great car clubs together in an unbelievable location on a bright sunny Saturday?  Over 50 spectacular old cars and 125 friendly people - that's what.  As usual, Lloyd's house and yard were the perfect venue for a gathering of the clubs. Although Lloyd's Model T Torpedo wasn't ready for its debut, his 1915 Model T Couplet was on display for all to see.  There were more than 50 great cars on display including an unrestored completely original 1934 Ford V8 Victoria.
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1915 Ford Model T Couplet
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Tony Pascarella brought old time Ford Model T pictures and videos.  For Lloyd's not quite ready for display Model T Torpedo, day by day still pictures were shown. David Emery talked about Lloyd's Torpedo.  David’s grandson, who is 7 years old, gave us a
demonstration on how he bids on eBay to buy old Tonka toy trucks and parts.  He then restores them, with grandpa overseeing all of his work.

The food was great and plentiful on a picture perfect day.  This meet has been held for a number of years in memory of the late Richard Franklin.  Thanks again Lloyd for hosting this meet and for all the preparations.
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1934 Ford V8 Victoria
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The Bean Pot Region held a short membership meeting introducing Bill Pappas as the new interim president.  Discussions were held regarding the process for the call for nominations.  It was decided that a nominating committee be formed and that Bill Pappas, Dan Cullinane, Sam DeMarco, John Burns and Sandy Angus would be included. The call for nominations
will be posted in the September newsletter.

It was also decided that Ken Lemoine, Rich Doucette and Doug Rheinbold be inducted as Directors of the Region immediately. It was also discussed that Rich Doucette will assume responsibility for the secretarial duties. The newsletter writing and editing efforts will be divided between Sam Gagliano and John Burns.  Bill Pappas will assume responsibility for the news;etter production efforts including printing, labels, envelopes, and mailing labels.

It was recommended by John Burns that any new members signing up after July 1 who pays the $30.00 membership dues will be full members until December 31, 2015. The suggestion was
agreed to and passed.

Sam DeMarco confirmed that a general membership meeting has been confirmed with Eric Haartz for a meeting and visit to the Haartz Corporation manufacturing facility. The date for the meeting has been set for August 7th, 2014. Details of the plant
tour and viewing of Eric Haartz's car collection will be released soon on the website. This should be a very interesting get together for our club.
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1940 Ford DeLuxe Coupe
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Link to Photos of the 2014 Barnyard Meet

Link to Photos of the 2013 Barnyard Meet
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Lloyd's Barnyard Meet
Lloyd Graves' House
22 Post Road
North Hampton, NH

Saturday, July 12, 2014      9 AM to 3 PM
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1911 Ford Model T Torpedo Roadster
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This is a multi-club meet including the Bean Pot Region AACA and the Granite State Region AACA along with other clubs.  As anyone who attended last year's Barnyard Meet will attest, it was a very enjoyable low key day.  Be sure to see the link to the photos of last year's meet below.

Arrive early to beat the Saturday morning Beach & Maine traffic on 95 and 495.

This is a no-charge event including Free Food and Drinks ( Hot Dogs and Burgers, Desert Included )

(Anyone on a special diet will have to bring their own lunch).

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Ford Model T Service Pickup
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We want this to be an enjoyable day for all, no touring, no judging, just bring your old cars or come modern and lets have fun.

What’s on the agenda for the day?

   -  Coffee and Cake 9:00 to 10:00

   -  There will be a short Bean Pot General Membership
       meeting in the garage at 11:30 (all are welcome to
       attend)

   -  The un-veiling of Lloyd’s
1911 Ford Model T Torpedo
       if it is finished.

  -   Dave Emery will discuss how the car's restoration
       has progressed from start to finish

  -   Dave’s grandson will give us a presentation
         on restoring antique toy vehicles

  -    LUNCH

  -   After lunch we will
         PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO OUR FLAG

  -   We will follow with a moment of silence for our
         war hero’s, for our fire and police, past club
         members and our loved one’s who have gone
          before us.

  -  We will have an UGLY HAT CONTEST
        so bring yours.

  -  There will be a 50/50 raffle,
       50% will go to the Autism Foundation.

  -   Ladies welcome, plenty to enjoy.
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Bring your antique car or truck if you can, but you are more than welcome to come modern.  We also expect to have a couple of Steam Cars attending! 

If you have any questions call:

Lloyd at 603-964-5215, or
Bill Pappas at 781-799-9574  vaselios@gmail.com, or
Willy Carlson 603-964-6719

Mark your calendar because July 12th is coming fast.

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Ford Model T - Chelmsford MA - Historical Society
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Directions & Map
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Directions: To Lloyd's Barnyard Meet
from Interstate 495 North

22 Post Rd, North Hampton, NH 03842

Merge onto I-95 N Entering New Hampshire
go 2.0 mi
 
Take exit 1 toward Seabrook go 0.3 mi
Merge onto NH-107 South
go 0.3 mi
  
Turn left onto U.S. 1 North - Lafayette Rd
at the traffic lights
go 5.5 mi
  
Turn left onto NH-151 North  - Post Rd
(Post Road is on opposite side of route 1 from the Hampton Air Field)  Destination - 22 Post Rd, North Hampton, NH 03842 - will be on the left
go 0.3 mi

If Lost Call ( 1-617-592-7007 or 1-781-799-9574  )
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Link to Photos of the 2013 Barnyard Meet
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Please note that family, friends, guests and potential members are always welcome.
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Don't Miss it! - See You There!
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RECAP
Second Annual Bean Pot AACA Regional Meet

Larz Anderson Museum
Newton Street
Brookline, MA

Sunday, June 1, 2014 from 10AM to 2PM
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Well, our 2nd Annual Larz Anderson Lawn meet is over and once again it was another one for the record books.  Our membership and sponsor came through with not just a great car show but a very memorable social event.

First of all - the cars were spectacular!!!!! The quality level of the cars was amazing.

Second and most important - we want to give thanks to all our club members who worked the show with us and made it a huge success.  I'm sure all of our readers have had their turn helping put one of these events together so you know the amount of hard work and dedication this takes.

Third - we want to also thank the show workers for bearing with me and wearing the blue East Boston Savings Bank T shirts throughout the day.  Although we didn't quite make the show car number from last year, we should realize that there were at least two other major (and close by), "free" car shows that day.

The highlight of day was when we first met with the sponsor.  His comment was "For a minute I thought you had put the EBSB tent in the wrong location on the field, because of all the blue EBSB T shirts I saw around the Bean Pot Club Tent" and on the field."

Great weather was also with us once again with good sun and very moderate temperature.  We were able get the cars onto the show field and parked quickly thanks to Norm Stanton's efficient team. I think he must have been a drill sergeant in a previous life!

The parking was a breeze this year with Doug Reinbold's team taking command of the field. Judging this year was actually completed and ready for announcement a half hour early ( yes - I said early) thanks to Stan Vandervoot and Bill Pappas.

All of us on the Managing Committee agreed after the show that hiring the DJ was a very good investment. His announcements were very professional and he had very good equipment. Combining all of the above team efforts the trophies and prizes were started right on time and completed right at 1:30. That was also a new record and a big achievement.

We also want to point out that both 50/50 raffles were very successful in generating revenue for the club, the Autism Foundation and 2 very happy show attendees.  Our thanks to Dr. Steve Rondeau for being our "raffles guy" and our best ticket sales achiever.   He also donated a restaurant gift certificate which was most appreciated.

We could go on and on with show stories like mentioning how great it was to have guys like Ed Rogers attracting crowds of people around his masterful home brewed scale engines. Instead, I will now keep short and say "Yes - we have confirmed next year's show with the Museum and yes - just wait till next year it's going to be even bigger and better!"

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Many thanks to the East Boston Savings Bank for their event sponsorship.  Please visit them at - www.ebsb.com , give them a call at 800 657 3272, stop by a branch office or visit the East Boston Savings Bank booth at the show.
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Trophy Winners

Sponsor's Award - East Boston Savings Bank
Hector Ramiro
1958 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Larz Anderson Museum Preservation Award
David Brusco
1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Coupe

Long Distance Award
Ed Fasano
1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Display Award - Minature Engines
Ed Rogers

Oldest Vehicle
Bob Richards - 1911 Ford Model T Roadster


Judged Awards

Al Murpidy
1942 Indian 741 Motorcyle

Bob Carlino
1954 Chevrolet Corvette

Steve Pini
1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe

Bob Dalton
1932 Studebaker President Conv Coupe

George Sweeny driven by Mike Brown
1939 La Salle 5019

Andrew Picariello
1950 Allard J2

David Larson
1959 Chrysler 300E

Brian Cristy
1984 Cadillac Eldorado

Bob Fitzpatrick
1936 Ford Delux Phaeton

Howard Wagner
1931 Ford Model A - Hot Rod

Rick Budion
1971 Ford Mustang

Ed Fasano
1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Vince Carli
1933 Auburn Salon 8-105 Cabriolet

Sam DeMarco
1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe

Bill Boland
1976 Plymouth Road Runner

Ben Johnson
1920 Locomobile Model 48 Touring

Philip Fraga
1973 Plymouth Barracuda

Charle and Michelle Linotsas
1960 Chevrolet Corvette

Peter Telis
1939 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo

George Sweezey
1939 Packard 1705

John Guarneri
1956 Chrysler Windsor Sedan

Joe Rizza
1950 Mercury Monterey Custom

Mike Childs
1949 Chrysler Windsor

Brian D Page
1937 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan

Philip Sullivan
1965 Pontiac GTO

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Second Annual Bean Pot AACA Regional Meet
Larz Anderson Museum
Newton Street
Brookline, MA

Sunday, June 1, 2014 from 10AM to 2PM
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Show Information

All vehicles
25 years old and older are invited! You do not have to be an AACA or Bean Pot Region AACA member to participate. All types of cars & trucks are invited including preserved originals, restored vehicles, hot rods, vintage motorcycles and race cars to what have you.
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Vehicles entered in the show will be judged and awards will be presented to winners of each class. Secure trailer parking will be provided.  There will also be a separate Car Corral for cars 25 years and older, note that For Sale signs are not permitted on show vehicles.  All vehicles for sale must be capable of driving in and out of the gate.  No parts cars or unassembled cars will be allowed unless they are on a trailer.  All cars / vehicles for sale must be removed at show’s end (2.00 PM),

Food will be available on the grounds.

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Registration Information

Admission – Pre-Register and Save by May 21, 2014

Show cars
Pre-register - All - members/non-members $15.00
Register at show - Member $15.00
Register at show - Non-member $20.00

Car corral
Pre-Register Member/Non Member $20.00
Register at show - All $25.00

Vendors
Pre-Register - member owned $25.00
Pre-Register - non member $30.00
At show - All $35.00

General Admission
Adults - $10.00 Youth/Military/Senior - $5.00 Children under 6 free.

Admission fee includes access to the Larz Anderson Museum

Note that Show and Car Corral vehicle admission include driver and one passenger, a general admission fee is required for additional passengers.  Sorry we do not accept credit cards.

We will mail you your pre-registration number.  All registrants agree to hold Boston Northeast AACA Region harmless for any accident, damage, injury or loss, which may occur in conjunction with this show.  All vehicle owners are required to have effective liability insurance policy on all vehicles driven on to the premises.
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Show Flyer & Registration Form


To print Show Flyer & Registration form click on one of the followings links to open it in Adobe PDF Reader to be able to print it. 

The Show Flyer & Registration Form is a PDF (Portable Document Format) format file and requires that Adobe Acrobat reader be installed on your computer.  Most computers have Adobe Reader already installed.  If Acrobat Reader  is not installed on your computer go to www.Adobe.com to download and install the free Acrobat Reader program.

Open Form in Color

Open Form in Black and White

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Show Sponsor

We are very grateful to the East Boston Savings Bank for their sponsorship of this show.   East Boston Savings bank is now celebrating 165 years of community banking.   Including their Mount Washington Bank Division,  the bank has 27 branch offices in the greater Boston area.
Please visit them at - www.ebsb.com , give them a call at 800 657 3272, stop by a branch office or visit the East Boston Savings Bank booth at the show.
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The Larz Anderson Museum

The Larz Anderson Park and Museum in Brookline, MA houses a collection that includes vehicles owed by the Anderson Family from the late 1890's on. 
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Directions to Larz Anderson Museum

From Route 128/95 in Newton, MA take exit 20 to Route 9 East towards Boston.

Follow Route 9 about 5 miles until you reach Lee Street. Take a right on Lee Street and follow 1.5 miles until you reach your next set of lights. (Note that Lee St turns into Clyde St.)

Take a left at the lights on to Newton Street.

Immediately bear to your right and follow 1.4 mile.

On your left will be Larz Anderson Park and the entrance to the museum.

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For those with a GPS device the street address is 15 Newton St., Brookline, MA.

For directions from other locations, and information about the Larz Anderson Museum visit the Larz Anderson Museum website.

Link to Larz Anderson Museum Website

Link to 2013 Bean Pot Meet Recap

Larz Anderson 2013 Event Meet Pictures in "Photographs"

Link to Photo Gallery of 2013 1st Annual Bean Pot Meet

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For More Information call:

  Dan at 978-777-1974,
  Bill at 781-799-9574 or
  Sam at 617-212-6708
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Special Membership Meeting
Dan Cullinane's Shop
100 Ferncroft Road
Unit 207
Danvers, MA, 01923

Saturday May 10 AM to 11:30 AM
9 AM for Coffee
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Please take note that there will be a special membership meeting May 10th, 2014.  The meeting will be held at Dan Cullinane's hobby shop at 10:00 AM.  His shop is located at 100 Ferncroft Road, Unit 207, Danvers, MA, 01923.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and plan the Museum show.  We will have diagrams and details to share with the membership.  Plan to arrive at 9:00 AM if possible for coffee, donuts and car talk.  We will be distributing show flyers throughout New England and in many of the hobby magazines.

More importantly is your show registration form on the back of the flyer.  We urge you to pre-register for the show because as you know from last year Show Day is a busy one.

We've been talking about commitment and plans for the 2014 Larz Anderson Museum meet for about 8 months and it is at last "Show Time"!   Last month the necessary negotiations and contractual issues were completed and signed.  It is now official - June 1st will be our day at the Museum!   With last year's show experience and a lot of hard work we learned a great deal about what it takes to have a successful show there.
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As always we are looking to recruit membership and create the all important teams that will run the show.  This year we have decided to try something different with membership participation in the show.

All members who have volunteered and have been given a role in the show management team will be given
FREE SHOW CAR REGISTRATION. Along with the free registration will come a few other club goodies that only the worker committees will receive.

Naturally we will have to limit the number of workers so make sure you talk to someone on the Managing Committee and get your role confirmed a.s.a.p..  We are asking for members to volunteer for about 2-3 hours during the show so that volunteers will also have a chance to enjoy the activities and show. 

Also - if you cannot make this meeting and you would like to get involved please call or email Sam Gagliano at 978-273-9175 or email samg1177@aol.com.

We are looking to recruit members to work with us for Registration, parking, judging, awards, raffles and troubleshooting.
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Directions to meeting from Rte. 128/I95 North

Keep right to stay on I-95 N, follow signs for Portsmouth NH

Take exit 50 to merge onto U.S. 1 N  Newbury St toward Topsfield 0.4 mi

Turn left onto Newbury St 0.6 mi

Slight right onto Ferncroft Rd 0.4 mi

Turn left to stay on Ferncroft Rd

Destination will be on the left.
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1929 Auburn Speedster
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Please note that family, friends, guests and potential members are always welcome.
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Don't Miss it! - See You There!
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Bean Pot Hospitality Tent - Recap
The Early Ford V8 Club of New England

44th Annual Swap Meet & Car Show
Fitchburg Airport
Fitchburg, MA

Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 8 AM to 1 PM
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Dan Cullinane & Sam DeMarco at the Bean Pot Tent
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The New England Early V8 Club’s Show and Swap Meet is usually the first major show of the season.  The turnout was down a bit from most years due to the weather and a date conflict with the Amherst, NH show.

The Bean Pot Region’s Tent was set up and manned by Dan Cullinane and Sam DeMarco on a very cold morning (many winter jackets, hats and gloves were seen) with intermittent drizzle.

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Show Cars at the Early Ford V8 Meet
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Flyers for the Larz Anderson Show were passed around and handed out during the morning.   A good deal of positive feedback about the Larz Anderson show was received, also many members stopped by and visited.   Dan & Sam were relieved by Bill Pappas and John Burns mid morning so they could have a chance to view the show.
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1951 Chevrolet Bel Air Hardtop
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Many thanks go to Dan, Sam, Bill and John for helping out the club with the event.
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Bean Pot Hospitality Tent at
The Early Ford V8 Club of New England
Space 335 on the Runway Lane

44th Annual Swap Meet & Car Show
Fitchburg Airport
Fitchburg, MA

Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 8 AM to 1 PM
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This, the first major antique auto show of the season attracts a large number of show cars, flea market vendors and spectators.

We are inviting all Bean Pot Members to our Hospitality tent at the Early Ford V8 Club's Show and Swap Meet. It's being held at the Fitchburg, MA airport on April 27th.

Our tent will be located at
space 335 on the Runway Lane. Here's a chance to take a break from the hard work of flea marketing or show car viewing and have some conversation with other members. There will be water, coffee, snacks and the latest club information etc. available.   We are treating this event as a membership meeting so make sure you sign the sign in sheet.

It will also be an opportunity for you to bring prospective members in to learn more about our club.  The tent will be "open" during the show hours, which are 8:00AM to 1:00 PM. Admission to the show is still a very reasonable $5.00.  We will be looking for volunteers to man the tent for that time - so if you have an hour or so of your time to donate to the club, contact Sam DeMarco.

His contact information is:
Telephone 617-212-6708 or
Email foxy43@gmail.com

Our thanks to Sam D's hard work to make this possible.
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1956 Ford Sedan Delivery
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Directions from Exit 32 off Route 2 (onto route 13)

Route 2 to EXIT 32

Turn RIGHT at the end of the exit ramp onto ROUTE 13

Go through the first set of traffic lights

At the Second set of traffic lights, turn LEFT onto HAMILTON STREET
(Just before the railroad overpass)

Turn RIGHT onto CRAWFORD STREET

Go on Crawford Street for about a mile. DO NOT turn left into the main airport entrance!!!

VENDORS and BUYERS and SHOW CARS turn left into the entrance at the north end of the airport.

Look for the airport signs from the end of the exit ramp
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Link to Early Ford V8 Club Web Site

Link to Photo Gallery of Past Early Ford V8 Meets

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circa 1947 Ford Coupe
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General Membership Meeting - Recap
Knights of Columbus Hall

304 Highland Avenue,
South Attleboro, MA

Thursday, January 16th at 7 PM
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1907 Autocar Model 14 Roadster
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A regularly scheduled membership meeting was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Attleboro, MA January 16th, 2014.  The intent of the meeting was to conduct routine club business and also introduce our club to as many National AACA members residing in the southern part of our state.  The meeting was hosted by Doug and Rick Reinbold.   They did a fantastic job of preparing the K of C hall and invitations to past members of the now dissolved southern Massachusetts region and other vintage car enthusiasts in the area.  in all, there were about 30 attendees at the meeting.
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1907 Readville, Mass Race Track
The red car on the right is the 1907 Autocar Model 14
that is pictured above and below
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Sam Gagliano reviewed the goals and mission of the Bean Pot Region and emphasized the opportunities having a larger more unified Region.  Sam also spoke of it being the Region's second Anniversary and some of our accomplishments in the last two years.

He was followed up with a treasurer's 's report by the Region's Treasurer, Dan Cullinane.   Dan described the club's fiscal condition as solid with some cash available for events etc. Dan then turned over the floor to Sam DeMarco - Events Director who highlighted upcoming event plans including our second annual Museum and Little Red School House Meets.

He proceeded to also discuss:

  -   The upcoming Ford V8 Club Show Hospitality Tent and membership meeting

  -   Planning Activities for the Larz Anderson Museum Show

  -   July 16th "Dual" Meet at Lloyd's place with NH Region AACA

  -   National AACA Meeting February in Philadelphia

  -   Possible relationship and show opportunity with Heritage Museum

The meeting was then opened up into a Question and Answer Forum to the membership and prospective members.
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1907 Autocar Model 14 Roadster
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The meeting was then opened up into a Question and Answer Forum to the membership and prospective members.  There was considerable discussion on participation and availability of National events.  There was also discussion on the possibility of early commitment by our region to schedule a National level event. 

The discussion then moved to location and scheduling of membership meetings.  A recommendation was made that membership-meeting locations be alternated from north to south locations as scheduled.  Based on that another recommendation was that the south meeting location be focused on the Mansfield area.  That would be easily accessible for south members but still be within an hour drive for north located members.

Before closing the meeting Sam Gagliano reminded everyone that the National Meeting (Philadelphia) was around the corner and that, the Granite State Region was holding the Sentimental Tour.  The response we have received from that is that the tour is filling up fast so if you are interested you should sign up ASAP.

We felt the meeting was a complete success. We immediately signed up some new members, and have received several new membership applications after the meeting. Again, we thank the Reinbolds for their hard work and contribution to the club.
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General Membership Meeting
Knights of Columbus Hall

304 Highland Avenue,
South Attleboro, MA

Thursday, January 16th at 7 PM
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1961 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Sedan
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The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM and will probably run to 8:00 - 8:30 PM.   This meeting is being planned and hosted by member Doug Reinbold.  This is the first of a series of membership meetings that will hopefully attract many of the members of the now dissolved Southeastern Massachusetts AACA region.

Our region will be inviting many of the previous membership and prominent hobbyists on a personal basis to attend this meeting.  We are working to the goal of having a unified AACA Region that geographically covers from the New Hampshire State line to the Rhode Island State line and covers as far west as Springfield, MA.  Having that territory would give us unlimited opportunities for interesting meetings and events.

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1948 Packard Eight Touring Sedan
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Included in this meeting's agenda would be follow up issues from the November meeting including:
- The upcoming Ford V8 Club Show Hospitality Tent and membership meeting
- Discussion and location of the March and May Membership meetings (at hobby locations)
  - Planning Activities for the Larz Anderson Museum Show
on of a new City sponsored meet and show in Massachusetts
  - National AACA Meeting February in Philadelphia.
  - Possible relationship and show opportunity with Heritage Museum.
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Chicago circa 1910
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We hope many members in our current organization would be able to come to this important meeting.  We recognize it is quite a distance for many members and the weather can be "iffy" at best this time of year.  Obviously, this meeting is being planned with weather in mind.  If you would like to attend but don't want to drive just contact any one of the Managing Committee and we will arrange a ride to the meeting for you.

We will announce a backup date in the near future just in case the weather does not cooperate.  Hope to see you there!

Directions to the Membership Meeting
from Route 495 in the Boston metro area


  -  Head south on 495

  -  Take exit 13B to merge onto I-95 S toward Providence RI -        7.2 mi

  -  Take exit 3B to merge onto MA-123 W - South Ave toward South Attleboro. - Continue to follow MA-123 W. Destination will be on the left      3.0 mi 

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Please note that family, friends, guests and potential members are always welcome to attend our meetings.
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   Other Interesting Past Events - Listed Below
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Amherst Antique Auto Show
54th Year

Route 122
Amherst, NH

Sunday, October 26, 2014    Dawn to Noon
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1933 Dodge Rumble Seat Coupe
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The location in southern New Hampshire has approximately 30 acres and about 500 flea market spaces in a country setting.  The show starts early with a lot of activity beginning before dawn.
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1933 Plymouth PD Business Coupe
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The dates for the 2014 Season on the last Sunday of the month are:

        
April 27              May 25                    June 29                 July 27
        
August 31          September 28          October 26
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1959 Willys 4WD  Pickup
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Attendance varies considerably with the weather forecast, some days 7 AM is too late to get into spectator parking.  After some of the early arrivals have left there is usually room for a second wave of attendees at around 9 o'clock. 

Admission is free, spectator parking is $5.00.

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1950 Chevrolet DeLuxe Convertible
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Link to Amherst Website

Link to Amherst Photo Galleries

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Recap and Judging Results
2014 AACA Eastern Regional Fall Meet
Hershey, PA
Tuesday through Saturday
October 7th - October 11, 2014
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1910 Mercer Raceabout
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The following Bean Pot Region members were prize winners in the Saturday Car Show as follows:

Repeat Preservation - 1929 Ford
Bob Osborn, Rockland, MA

Class 28B Senior Award - 1937 Ford
Sam DeMarco, Lynnfield, MA

Class 36D First Junior - 1963 Ford
John A. Viera, Taunton, MA

Congratulations to all!

Click on the link below to open a PDF File of all of the 2014 Winners.  There are several other Massachusetts residents in the winner’s list – looks like the Bean Pot region has some recruiting to do.
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1958 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible
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Click on the following link to open the PDF file of the Antique Auto Club of America's Judging Results from the 2014 Eastern Division National Fall Meet in a new window.

2014 Hershey Meet Results

Note that you can search the list for a car or owner  by entering the auto make or person's name in the "Find" box.

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1934 Ford V8 Deluxe Roadster
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The Bean Pot Region was well represented at Hershey with many  members observed participating in the Flea Market, Car Corral, and Car Show.  At the risk of leaving a bunch of people out, the following members were observed enjoying all Hershey has to offer: George Ux, Richard Curless, John Burns, Bill Pappas, Peter Telis, Sam Gagliano, Joe Morgan, Dan Cullinane, Don Hayes and John White.
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1932 Chrysler CI Six Roadster
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The weather was a vast improvement over last year's with good weather Tuesday thru Friday.   Friday night there was a steady rain from 9 PM until 10 AM on Saturday morning.   The day on Saturday after 10 AM was overcast with only a brief period of light drizzle.  Blue sky finally started to break out at 3 PM on Saturday afternoon just as the car show was coming to an end.
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1947 Ford Station Wagon
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2014 AACA Eastern Regional Fall Meet
Hershey, PA

Tuesday through Saturday
October 7th - October 11, 2014
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1933 Buick Convertible Coupe
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Hershey Region Links
The following links will help you with your Hershey Planning.
FALL MEET 2014: Brochure & Flyer - PDF
FALL MEET 2014: Maps, Information, & Aerial Photos
FALL MEET 2014: Hershey Region Event Schedule
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1931 Stutz MB Rollston Convertible Victoria
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Recap
The Boston Cup 2014

Boston Common - Parkman Bandstand
Boston, MA

Sunday, September 21, 2014     9 AM to 2 PM
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1932 Auburn Speedster - Best of Show American
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The 3rd Annual Boston Cup event was held on Sunday, September 21, 2014.  A bunch of Bean Pot Region members had an enjoyable day participating in the event, many as volunteers helping with show vehicle parking and setup.

The event located on Boston Common escaped any early rain showers for what was a very pleasant September day.  The vehicles on display were varied, some being extremely rare. 

A small sample of the cars on display follows:

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1954 Mercedes 300 SL - Gullwing - Best of Show European
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1962 Ferrari 250 GT/E
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1953 Kurtis 500 kk
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1948 Buick Roadmaster Station Wagon
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1907 Renault AI Vanderbilt Racer
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1907 Renault AI Vanderbilt Racer
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1929 Packard 640 Custom Eight Roadster
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2007 Spyker C8 Laviolette
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Link to The Boston Cup Website
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The Boston Cup
Boston Common - Parkman Bandstand
Boston, MA

Sunday, September 21, 2014     9 AM to 2 PM
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The 3rd Annual Boston Cup event will be held on Sunday, September 21, 2014.  The event is located on Boston Common centered around the Parkman Bandstand.  The event is open to the general public without any charge.  The vehicles are located behind a circular temporary fence with only vehicle owners permitted inside the fence.
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1958 Chevrolet Corvette
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Persons interested in entering a car in the 2014 or future Boston Cup events should click on the link below to the Boston Cup website.  Once a car has been accepted to appear in The Boston Cup it will not be eligible for entry again for 3 more years.
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1915 Duesenberg & 1902 Stanley Steamer
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The vehicles selected for the Boston Cup are from six different countries.  Cars are arranged on the show field by county of origin for display purposes.  Vehicle dates range from the early 1900's to a few current models.  Many are super rare classic and race cars, and they range in condition from Concours winners to unrestored fresh barn finds.  The 2014 event will also feature Historic Massachusetts Race Cars.
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1937 Bugatti Ventoux Coupe
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The photos on this page are from the Second Annual Boston Cup that was held on September 23, 2012.  There is also a link below to a gallery of photos from the 2012 Boston Cup.
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Link to The Boston Cup Website

Link to 2012 The Boston Cup Photo Gallery

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The Granite State AACA Region
National AACA Sentimental Tour

Tour Headquarters - Portsmouth, NH
Hampton Inn

September 8-12, 2014
Cars from years 1928 through 1958
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The Granite State Region AACA is sponsoring the 2014 Sentimental Tour in September.

The Tour will be held from September 8-12, 2014, and will include sites in New Hampshire and southern Maine.

Registrar Shirley Cossar says the 100 car limit has been reached and applications for the waiting list are all that can be accepted.  Please click on the link below to open the Granite State website for more information.
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1930 Packard 734 Speedster Roadster
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The Sentimental Tour is a National Tour to supplement the already existing Reliability and Vintage Tours.  It will be sponsored during even numbered years and is for vehicles manufactured from 1928 through 1958, except for race vehicles.

The Bean Pot Region will be looking for a few volunteers to help out - details will follow.

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1931 Chrysler CG Custom Imperial LeBaron Roadster
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Sentimental Tour Tentative schedule of events

  •  Sunday, Sept.7: Registration at the Hampton Inn. Welcome Party at Red Hook Brewery

  •  Monday through Friday – Drivers meet at Hampton Inn to begin tour

  •  Monday, Sept. 8:  Tour in Maine, including Seashore Trolley Museum, Nubble Lighthouse, Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Kennebunkport Harbor. Lobster Dinner at Foster’s, York, ME

  •  Tuesday, Sept. 9:  Tour in New Hampshire to Shaker Village, Canterbury

  •  Wednesday, Sept 10:   Portsmouth Harbor Cruise including box lunch. Tour the New Hampshire coastline

  •  Thursday, Sept 11:   Tour to the Maine Sebago Lake area with a surprise or two along the way

  •  Friday, Sept 12:   Tour to Wright Museum in Wolfeboro, NH, America’s Oldest Resort, followed by a special garage tour. Closing banquet at Portsmouth Country Club.
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57th Annual Antique & Classic Car Meet
Vermont Auto Enthusiasts - Stowe VT

Nichols Field
off VT Route 100
South of Stowe Center
Stowe, Vermont

Fri-Sun  August  8-10, 2014    7AM to 5PM
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original unrestored - 1925 Franklin Boat Tail Roadster
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The show is organized by the Vermont Auto Enthusiasts and has been held in Stowe, Vermont for the past 55 years.  Highlights of the show are;  a large flea market, costume contest, parade, auto judging, and a block party in Stowe Village on Saturday night.

Cars are lined up on the field on Friday and Saturday by show registration number, then on Sunday the cars are lined up by class for judging.  The popularity of the show makes it the busiest weekend of the year in Stowe, busier than any ski weekend. 

The show was originally proposed by the Stowe Area Association to generate lodging business during, what was then, the slow summer season.

In the evening, many cars gather in Stowe Village, giving the village a look of yesteryear.  The show usually attracts over 900 cars, from many surrounding states and Canada.
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1935 Auburn Supercharged Cabriolet
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Show Schedule

Friday, August 8th

7am - 6pm
Food Concession on the field (Stowe Volunteer Fire Dept.)

8am - 6pm
Eligible vehicles pick up registration packet at Nichols Field

8am - Sunset
Flea Market OPEN

8am - 5pm
Car Corral

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1931 Cadillac Phaeton
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1965 Ford Mustang Convertible
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Saturday, August 9th

7am - 6pm
Food Concession on the field (Stowe Volunteer Fire Dept.)

8am - 3:30pm
Show Vehicle Registration

8am - 5pm
Flea Market OPEN
Car Corral OPEN

10:30am
Fashion Show Judging at Nichols Field
Hot Wheels Racing

1:00pm
Senior Class Judging

3:30pm
Parade Steps Off

7pm - 10pm
Street Dance in Stowe Village
Sunday, August 10th

7am - 4pm
Food Concession on the field (Stowe Volunteer Fire Dept.)

8am - 9pm
Judges' Breakfast
Mandatory Judges' Briefing

8am - 4pm
Flea Market OPEN
Car Corral OPEN

9am
Technical Judging Begins

11:00am
Valve Cover Racing

Early Afternoon
Awards Ceremony.
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1952 Chevrolet Delux Convertible
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You can register and pay online at the VAE link below.  There is a discount for registering before July 15th.  Cars 1925 and older can be registered for free before July 15th.  Spectator admission is charged.
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1911 Ford Model T Touring
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Link to the VAE - Vermont Auto Enthusiast's website

Link to 2012 Stowe VT Photo Gallery

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Misselwood Concours d'Elegance
& Tour d'Elegance

Endicott College
407 Hale Street
Beverly, MA
Tour d'Elegance - Saturday, July 26, 2014
Concours - Sunday, July 27, 2014    10AM - 3PM
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Located on Boston’s historic North Shore, the Misselwood Concours d’Elegance [previously known as the North Shore Concours d'Elegance] is a boutique car show featuring some of the finest automobiles in an unrivaled lawn and oceanfront setting. The show attracts car owners and crowds from across New England and has become the prime classic car event of the summer.
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1908 Stanley Model K - Semi Racer
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The 2014 edition of the Misselwood Concours d’Elegance will take place on July 27 at the oceanfront Misselwood Estate showcasing the wide variety of magnificent cars, combined with art and fashion shows and musical entertainment.

Two separate show fields; a judged Concours field, and an adjacent collector’s car parking area allow any car enthusiast, young and old, to be impressed.
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1927 LaSalle 303 Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton
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Directions

(If using GPS input 407 Hale Street for Misselwood address)

Take Route 128 North to exit 17 (Grapevine Road, Beverly Farms).

Turn right off the exit ramp.

Continue 1.5 miles and turn right onto Haskell Street (by the cemetery).

Proceed to the end; at the stop sign, turn right onto Hale Street - Route 127.

Travel 1.4 miles on Route 127 to Endicott College.

The ocean will be visible on the left (flat lawn area). Turn left into Misselwood (10 foot high brick wall-enclosed estate).
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1917 Stanley 3 Seat Roadster
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Link to Misselwood Concours d'Elegance Site
Link to 2013 Misselwood Tour d'Elegance Gallery
Link to 2013 Misselwood Concours d'Elegance Gallery
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Codman Estate 30th Annual Car Show
Historic New England

34 Codman Road
Lincoln, MA

Sunday, July 20, 2014       8 AM to 2 PM
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1912 Ford Model T Touring Car
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The annual meet features more than 300 classic and antique vehicles, music supplied by the New Liberty Jazz Band, food concessions, and tours of the Codman Estate.  This is a low key show with some excellent cars of all vintages - great spot for a picnic lunch.
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1949 Ford Station Wagon
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Registration is $10.00 fee for vehicles, passengers are free.  Classic and antique cars, trucks, motorcycles, and fire engines are welcome.  Entrants receive show ribbon.

Spectator Admission is $5.00,  free to Historic New England members and children under twelve. 
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Model T Fords
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Directions

From Route I-95/Route 128, take Route 2 West 4.5 miles to Route 126 East past Walden Pond. Take the third left on Codman Road. Codman Estate is .5 miles on the left.

Spectator Parking is located adjacent to the main gate on the left.  Call 617-994-5900 ext. 5514 for more information.
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Link to Codman Estate Antique Car Show Website
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Car & Carriage Show - Invitational
LeBaron Bonney Parking Lot
Sponsored by the Mayor's Office and the
North Shore Old Car Club
3 Chestnut Street
Amesbury, MA

Saturday, July 19, 2014       10 AM to 2 PM
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1929 Essex Sportabout Boat-Tail Roadster
body by Biddle and Smart of Amesbury, MA
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Amesbury's Mayor Ken Gray invites all Cars 25 Years and Older, and all Carriages made in Amesbury to look back in time at the many Car Bodies and Carriages made in Amesbury, MA.  This is a charity event and a $10.00 donation will be requested from show cars to benefit the Amesbury Carriage Museum.

Spectator parking and admission is free. 

The event is sponsored by the Mayor's Office and the North Shore Old Car Club and they have extended an ivitation to the members of the Bean Pot Region AACA to attend the event.   LeBarron Bonney will house the event in the Upper Carriage Mill Yard.   Chestnut Street Amesbury, MA.

Tours of the LeBaron Bonney plant will be given.  Call David in the Mayor's Office 978-335-8739 with any questions.
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1929 Essex Sportabout Boat-Tail Roadster
body by Biddle and Smart of Amesbury, MA
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Directions

From Route 495 North

Take exit 55 to merge onto MA-110 E/Macy St
toward I-95 S/Salisbury/Boston     0.7 mi

Turn left onto Elm St    1.3 mi

Turn left onto Chestnut St   177 ft
go to number 3 Chestnut St
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43rd Annual Antique Car Show
Car Corral & Trading Bee
Bay State Antique Auto Club
Endicott Estate
655 East Street
Dedham, MA

Sunday, July 13 2014       8 AM to 3 PM
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circa 1930 LaSalle Roadster
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The Bay State Antique Auto Club Show is one of the largest single day shows in the Northeast, with over 1000 vehicles.

It consists of a judged car show, a large car corral and a good sized car flea market.

A variety of food vendors are onsite.
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1953 Packard Caribbean
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Registration and spectator admission information will be updated when available.
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circa 1928 Essex Boatail Roadster
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Link to Bay State Antique Auto Club website
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Classic Thunderbird Club of NE
Tom White’s Whitehall Motors

Restoration Shop
34 Spring Street
Hopkinton, MA
Saturday,  June 28, 2014       1 PM to 3 PM
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1947 Chrysler Town & Country
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We have been invited by the Classic Thunderbird Club of New England (CTONE) to attend one of their events.  They are hosting a visit to Tom White's Whitehall Restoration Shop in Hopkinton, MA. 

The event has been arranged by Tom Pena the President of CTONE.   This is a chance to see the inner workings of a first class restoration facility.   Whitehall Restorations is the home of many world class restoration.  The Bean Pot Region AACA visited Whitehall in 2012, if you missed it or want to see what they have been up to,  join the Bean Pot and CTONE members on Saturday June 28th.

Many thanks to the Classic Thunderbird Club of New England for this invitation.  For further information call 508-435-3442

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Elm Bank Antique & Classic Car Show
Route 16 Wellesley / South Natick Line
Wellesley, MA

Sunday,  June 22, 2014       9 AM to 3:30 PM
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circa 1947 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible
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Link to Elm Bank Car Show Website
1931 Ford Model A Fordor Slant Window Blind Back Sedan
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The Great Race & Car Show
Downtown Lowell
Middle Street & Various Other Locations
Lowell, MA

Saturday,  June 21, 2014     11 AM - 8 PM
Race Cars arrive between 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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1908 Lowell Race Winner - Louis Strang in an Isotta
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The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau and the City of Lowell Special Events Office is hosting the 2014 Hemmings Motor News Great Race on Saturday, June 21, 2014.   They have planned a number of events celebrating the 2014 Great Race's overnight stay in Lowell. 

The last time Lowell saw an event like this was September 7, 1908 under the auspices of the Lowell Automobile Club and the American Automobile Association when Lowell was trying to direct the attention of some corporations seeking a new location in which to build its cars here in this thickly settled section of the country. 

During the 2014 Great Race event area restaurants will feature photos from the first Car Race that Lowell hosted in 1908.
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Motor Age Volume XIV No. 11
Report on The 1908 Lowell Auto Race
September 10, 1908
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To read the 3 page Motor Age article of the September 1908 Lowell Auto Race, click here or on the image above to open the PDF file of the 1908 article in a new window.
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Grandstand 1908 Lowell Auto Race
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The 2014 edition of the Great Race will leave Ogunquit, Maine on June 21, 2014, stop for lunch in downtown Rochester, NH and arrive late afternoon in Lowell, Massachusetts for the first overnight stop.

The cars participating in the race are all vintage cars, with the newest one being a 1959 model and the oldest being around a 1914 model.  There will be a wide variety of vehicles, with some vintage race cars, some vintage original passenger cars and some hot rods.

Race cars are expected to arrive between 4:30 PM and 6:30 PM and then park in downtown Lowell on Middle Street. 

The route in Lowell for the Great Race cars will begin as they exit the Lowell Connector at Thorndike Street to Dutton Street to Market Street to Central with an immediate turn onto Middle Street where the race will finish.  The organizers will be encouraging spectators to line Middle Street to greet the racers as they arrive between 4:45 PM and 6:30 PM.  The Great Race cars are scheduled to remain on display until 8 PM.
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The Bridge at Dunbar Avenue - 1908 Lowell Auto Race
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The local organizing committee has been meeting for months planning this Vintage and Classic Car Showcase.  The LOC is made up of members of local businesses including the Lowell National Historical Park, Merrimack Valley Car Club, Courtyard Marriott Billerica, Heritage Farm Ice Cream, Trinity EMS, Lowell Gallery, Lowell Sun, UMass Lowell Tsongas Center and local car enthusiasts. 

Day-long events include a Classic Car Show, Cruisin’ Lowell, where car enthusiasts can show off and cruise the downtown footprint in their vintage vehicles, a vendor area for all things vintage and a kids area where kids of all ages can take photos with antique fire trucks, jeeps and more!  All events are free to attend and great for families and folks of all ages.

The organizing committee is expecting over 7,500 people from the New England Region to visit the City of Lowell during this event and expects over 400 classic cars during the Vintage and Classic Car Showcase prior to the Great Race arrival.  The region is an active car community and having it on a weekend allows us to draw a large crowd of new visitors.

After leaving Lowell the following morning, the Great Race cars will head west for a lunch stop in Bennington, Vermont.
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Central Street Lowell MA circa 1910
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The Great Race Car Show Details
Saturday,  June 21, 2014 - 11 AM to 4 PM
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For more information on the Vintage and Classic Car Show, featuring the Great Race, visit the links listed below or contact Deb Belanger at dbelanger@merrimackvalley.org or call
978-459-6150 for more information.

The Car Show will be held in 3 separate locations: they will fill up the lots in the following order:
  -  Jeanne d'Arc Credit Union at One Tremont Place
  -  Lowell Five lot on French Street
  -  Tsongas Arena 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way

The car show registration fee is $20.00 and includes a Great Race T-shirt for the first 200 registrants.  To register for the car show use the link below.
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Click on the Show Flyer above to open large PDF version in a new window.  Click on the links below for further information.

Merrimack Valley Org - Great Race Link

Car Show Registration Form Link

Vendor Registration Form Link

The Great Race Website
The Leslie Special
from the 1965 Hit Movie
"The Great Race"
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The Leslie Special from the 1965 Movie - The Great Race
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A car traveling with the 2014 Great Race is the Leslie Special that was the featured car in the 1965 hit movie "The Great Race". 

The Leslie Special was driven in the movie by good guy Tony Curtis, while his rival and villain Professor Fate drives the black Hannibal 8 in a race from New York to Paris.  Jack Lemmon played Professor Fate in Blake Edwards’ comedy about the real-life 1908 event.
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NH Power of the Past
34th Steam and  Gas Engine Meet

at the Tyngsboro-Dunstable Historical Society's
Little Red School House & Field
Route 113
64 Main Street
Dunstable, MA 01827

Sunday, May 4, 2014
Daybreak to approximately 2 PM
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1923 Stanley Steam Car
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The New Hampshire Power of the Past Steam & Gas Engine Show features displays of engines, tractors, running make and break engines, and a flea market.  The show is held in the field of the Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society's Little Red School House on Main Street in Dunstable, MA.  There is usually a number of older antique cars and trucks on display as well.  Food is available on site as well, prepared by the Historical Societies volunteers.
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Aerial View of NH Power of the Past Show
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Link to Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society Website
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Aerial View of NH Power of the Past Show
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Muster Field Farm - Ice Day
Model T Ford Snowmobile Rides
Harvey Road
North Sutton, NH

Sunday January 26, 2014 - 9 AM
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Ice Cutting at Kezar Lake - 1948 Dodge Truck
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Gather the family, bundle up and share a New England tradition at Kezar Lake and Muster Field Farm Museum. Admission is Free.

There is no rain date.  Last year's Ice Day was cold and sunny day with a great turnout for the ice cutting at Kezar Lake and Model T Ford Snowmobile rides up at the Muster Field Farm. 

Ryder Corner School House, c.1810, will be warm and welcoming with hot beverages, homemade desserts, and a warm stove.
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Muster Field Farm
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Check out the Muster Field Farm website at:

musterfieldfarm.com/events#node-50

Use the following link to view pictures of the 2013 ice cutting at Kezar Lake and the Snowmobile rides at Muster Field Farm.

2013 Ice Day Picture Gallery

Link to the  Model T Ford Snowmobile Club's Website

Model T Ford Snowmobile Website

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Model T Ford Snowmobile Club's
2014 Annual National Meet
Moulton Farm
18 Quarry Road

Meredith, NH
Saturday February 8, 2014 &
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Approximate Start Time 9 AM
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Model T Ford Coupe Snowmobile
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After having to cancel the scheduled national meet in Vermont for the past 2 years due to lack of snow, the Model T Ford Snowmobile Club is returning New Hampshire for 2014.

The Model T Ford Snowmobile Club's National Meet will be held at Moulton Farm, in Meredith, NH on February 8-9, 2014.

Saturday is Main Event with the most Snowmobiles, with many staying around for Sunday morning rides.
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Model T Ford Snowmobiles at Moulton Farm
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Link to the Model T Ford Snowmobile Club's Website

Model T Ford Snowmobile Website

Link to the Moulton Farm Website

www.moultonfarm.com

Link to The Old Motor Snowmobile Meet Article

2014 Model T Ford National Snowmobile Meet



More detailed information can be obtained from:

Brian Moriarty 603-455-5966 or

Steve Rosen 603-934-3348

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