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Whitewall Tires

What does one do while stranded in the cabin in a blizzard…or just practicing in home isolation during a pandemic? I was spending an afternoon wandering through social networking sights looking for pictures of antique cars. Ocassionally I would see a car sporting...

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My Grandfather’s 1924 Marmon Phaeton and Other Cars

The “car” bug bit deeply into our family line by 1921 when my grandfather, Lester W. Hobaugh, was a teenager. Adopted by his Aunt Nora and Uncle Joe Bowersox, Lester grew up on a farm just outside the City of York. He and Uncle Joe delivered grain to other farmers in...

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My 1929 Whippet Model 96A

This is the story of how we got involved in antique cars. Since I was a young child, I would always remember my father telling me about the 1929 Whippet 2-Door Sedan that we had in our garage in Emmaus. It was first bought new by my grandfather, Harry Stauffer. It...

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1971 Chrysler New Yorker

I purchased my 1971 Chrysler New Yorker 4-door hardtop sedan in September of 2001 from a friend in the East Central PA Two-Cylinder Club, Inc. in Macungie, Pennsylvania. It had 57,000 miles on it then and now, 19 years later, it just turned 60,000 miles. It is still...

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Introducing Maggie

Maggie is a 1954 MG TF. She represents an era in the American car culture that only we “more mature” people remember. Before World War II several British car companies used racing as a promotion to sell cars. They developed little roadsters that were nimble and fast....

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My 1955 Chevrolet 210 Hardtop Coupe

Sometimes I call my 1955 Chevy “My Toy,” “My Hobby” or “My Teenage Car” because each is true: the car reflects who I have been and who I am. Most people who know me know that I am a former car racer, a Carburetor Advisor for VCCA, and a Life Member in AACA. Each of...

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