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...

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...

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....

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...

1927 Buick

It was January 1983 when someone in our club mentioned that he had purchased some old Buicks that had been stored in an old barn in Connecticut. He purchased the cars because he intended to keep one and sell the others. That person was Keith Yost, Ontelaunee President...

The Blue Beast: 1937 DeSoto Business Coupe

I call her “Lolita” and my family calls her “the Blue Beast;” she is a 1937 DeSoto Business Coupe, a garage-kept senior citizen. As with other residents in senior-care facilities, she is cared for as needed: Lolita has a charger to keep her battery in tip-top...