2008 Westrek

Nampa, Idaho - June 22 - 27, 2008

Photos by Frank Hantak, Mike Knipes, Jim Barnes, Bill Charpier and A. J. Clark


Our Hosts

Our Host pulling in

Then our Host starts in action with all the plan she made

Even the Host moves boxes and much more

Yes, there was all types of work, some you could sit down to do

Look, we are Franklin people, we drive to eat, so we work, eat, work eat and yes work and eat some more

1934 Limo of Lee Webb

1934 Limo of Lee Webb

1934 Limo of Lee Webb inside drivers compartment

Lee Webb's 1934 Limo
(cool feet in the door)

Lee Webb's 1934 Limo

Lee Webb's 1934 Limo brid, this should be chrome (We were told when new the customer requested gold)

Lee Webb's 1934 Limo brid, this should be chrome (We were told when new the customer requested gold)

Lee Webb's 1934 Limo dash

Stan Mayer's 1929 Roadster

Chuck and Alice Steffensen new 1929 Speedster

Dave and Connie Bowden 1930 Speedster

Dave and Connie Bowden 1930 Speedster



Bill and Jan Charpier 1928 Series 12 B



Inside Merle's 1928 Series 12 B with what looks like all new wood

The top of Merle's 1928 Series 12 B with what looks like all new wood

The rear of Merle's 1928 Series 12 B

What Franklin people do best, looks like Chuck our Co-Host just woke up

Once inside the motel Margy Cooper would get you signed in and give you all the goodies

Margy Cooper gave her time to help the Franklin Westrekers at check in time

left to right Alice Steffensen, Margy Cooper and Garnet Hantak

A group of Franklin Westrekers both young and older

Alice Steffensen in one of her many outfits

Mike Knips arriving in his 1933 Series 18A Olympic which he drove from CA to Idaho

Mike Knips in his 1933 Series 18A Olympic

1930 Pirate of Cliff Stranburg

1930 Pirate of Cliff Stranburg

1928 Series 12A of David Oatey

1928 Series 12A of David Oatey

1930 Pirate of Cliff Stranburg

1930 Pirate of Cliff Stranburg

Hospitality Suite

Hospitality Suite

Hospitality Suite and dinner the first night Sunday

Hospitality Suite and dinner the first night Sunday
WebMaster: Todd and Sandy gave my wife Garnet and I a ride all day on Tuesday

Todd and Sandy Miller's 1928 7 Passenger Touring, a very nice Franklin
WebMaster: Todd and Sandy gave my wife Garnet and I a ride all day on Tuesday



Todd and Sandy Miller's 1928 7 Passenger Touring, a very nice Franklin
WebMaster: Todd and Sandy gave my wife Garnet and I a ride all day on Tuesday



Chet and Marlene Zimmerman
WebMaster: Chet and Marlene gave Garnet and myself on Friday, thank you both

Pierre and Susan Lavendan's beautiful 1928 Series 12B Convertible Coupe

Chet and Marlene Zimmerman's 1912 Series 1 Touring

1928 Series 12B Convertible Coupe of the Lavendan's

1931 Series 153 Sedan of Doug Vermeer

Cliff Stranburg's 1930 Pursuit, this Franklin drove from Cliff's home in Beaverton, OR to Caz, NY in 2007 and returned with NO problems

Cliff Stranburg's 1930 Pursuit, this Franklin drove from Cliff's home in Beaverton, OR to Caz, NY in 2007 and returned with NO problems

Neil and Blanche Sorensen's 1928 Sedan Series 12A

Stan Mayer's 1929 Roadster

Jerry and Carol Weiler 1925 Coupe

Pierre and Susan Lavedan's 1928 Convertible Coupe

Jerry Weiler's 1925 C oupe

Pierre Lavedan's 1928 Convertible Coupe rumble seat



Lee Webb's 1934 Limo 1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg

1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg

1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg

1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg airplane

1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg airplane



1930 Convertible Coupe of Julie Stranburg airplane 1928 Series 12B Roadster of Charlie Hanson

1928 Series 12B Roadster of Charlie Hanson

Wayne and Doris Boell's 1923 Touring

Wayne and Doris Boell's 1923 Touring - lowing the top

Wayne and Doris Boell's 1923 Touring

Holiday Inn supplied breakfast each morning for those staying there

Marlene and Chet, look close at Marlene's socks, they have cars (not Franklins) all over them.



Marlene and Chet Zimmerman's beautiful 1912 Series 1 Model G Touring

Alice and Chuck Steffensen the Host for the 39th Westrek

Drivers meeting one morning

Drivers meeting one morning - Alice looks like she is "Trying" to tell Chuck something, is he listening?"

Lee Webb's outstanding 1934 Limo

Junie Webb now seated in the jump seat of the 1934 Limo - Son Rob at the wheel

Chuck Steffensen's 1925 Coupe - this could be 1925 tag the picture and see

This picture could have been taken in 1925

Chet at the wheel of their 1912 Series 1 Touring

Chuck's 1925 Coupe again this could be 1925 tag the picture

Here we are in 1925 on a back country road

Junie enjoying her ride in the 1934 Limo

Chet and Marlene in their 1912

What Franklin members do best other than drive their Franklins "EAT"

What Franklin members do best other than drive their Franklins "EAT"

What Franklin members do best other than drive their Franklins "EAT"

Todd and Sandy Miller's 1928 Series 12 7 Pass Touring - a very beautifull Franklin

Jerry Houchens wonderful door monogram (This is something Franklin would have supplied)

Jerry Houchens' 1930 Coupe (as it left the factory)

Jerry Houchens' 1930 Coupe (as it left the factory)

Alice and Chuck came up with some of the most beautiful areas

Alice and Chuck came up with some of the most beautiful areas

The 2nd thing Franklin people love to do, "Taste Wine"

Three wonderful ladies - left to right Sallie Kiefer - Regina Haggerty - Suzanne Siegal

Todd and Sandy Miller

1923 Touring

The engine of a 1923 Touring



Great wing windows





1930 Coupe, Jerry did one of the best restorations jobs on this Franklin

1929 Series 137 7 pass sedan

Front wheel on a 1929 Series 137 7 pass sedan

1925 Coupe Series 11 A

1925 Coupe Series 11 A

1925 Coupe Series 11 A



There are the new push rods, as you can see the end on one broke off

Rob replacing a push rod

Rob replacing a push rod (push rod was supplied by Neil kissel, not the Franklin Club) and Lee turning the engine so Rob can set the valve (Push rod end was not hardened)

OK - Mom and Dad, get in so we can get going!

Dad, thats the horn, which one is the gear shifter?

The front of Todd's beautiful 1928 Touring

Where Rob got the push rod that he replaced

Chet and Marlene Zimmerman

Drivers meeting one morning, Alice is to the far left

Junie Webb in her beautiful outfit next to the 1929 Speedster

Todd and Sandy Miller on Tuesday tour, your webmaster and Garner rode with them all day. The 1928 Touring run like a new Franklin

Todd Miller on Tuesday tour in his 1928 Touring

Todd Miller on Tuesday tour in his 1928 Tourin, was I standing on his running board?

For those of you who didn't get to see the Buffalo at 8.2 miles, here they are!

We don't know how this 1930's picture got mixed up in Westrek ones, but here it is...... :)

Mike Knips at the wheel with Lee Webb in Mike's 1933 Olympic Coupe, tag the picture to see it in 1933

Mike's 1933 Olympic Coupe with Mike driving, what year was this?

Rocks, black and white rocks, we were told they are over 15,000 years old

Rocks, black and white rocks, we were told they are over 15,000 years old

Celebration Park

Celebration Park

Celebration Park- Todd Miller's very handsome 1928 7 Pass Touring

Celebration Park rocks some of which at will over 15,000 years old

Celebration Park rocks some of which at will over 15,000 years old both black and white

Celebration Park parking lot with a beautiful view

Celebration Park parking lot with a beautiful view

Celebration Park parking lot with a beautiful view

Celebration Park parking lot with a beautiful view

Celebration Park rocks

Celebration Park rocks and a wall to the east

Celebration Park and a bridge to the west that was built for a mining train (no train ever crossed the bridge)

Celebration Park docent with many stories of what took place in the area

Celebration Park docent explaining the park to Westrekers

Celebration Park docent explaining the park to Westrekers

Celebration Park docent explaining the park to Westrekers

Celebration Park, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians (we placed the sq over the engravings so you could see them better)

Celebration Park, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, even to the younger kids one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, even to the younger kids one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, the wonderful docent explaining everything, one of many rocks with engravings made by Indians

Celebration Park, moss that helps turn the rocks black

Celebration Park, moss that helps turn the rocks black

Celebration Park

Chet and Marlene's 1912 at Celebration Park

Bill and Jan Charpier's 1928 12 B Sedan at Celebration Park

Lion on a 1928 in chrome (should be nickel) Celebration Park

Celebration Park

Celebration Park

Celebration Park- The Zimmerman family

Celebration Park- The Zimmerman family

Two young men who loved to ride in ALL rumble seats

The Lavedan family

For those who always wanted to know what the ACN Editors look like, far right is Pierre, next to Pierre is Susan the real Editor of the Air Cooled News

A railroad bridge that never had a train on it, the mine closed before they could set up the rails

A railroad bridge that never had a train on it, the mine closed before they could set up the rails



Jim and Carolyn Kling's 1932 Sedan

Jim and Carolyn Kling's 1932 Sedan dash

1929

1929

Charlie Hanson's 1928 Series 12 A Boatail Roadster

Running a long a wonderful back road in Idaho

Charlie traveling along at 30 miles per hour...

Very large rock

Very large rock

Westreker at a winery tasting wine and keeping the glass

Westreker at a winery tasting wine and keeping the glass

Check out Alice's left hand, she found a way to get everyones attention

A few of the Lavedan clan relaxing

Julie and Cliff Stanburg giving a talk about next years Westrek

Alice's sister servers ice cream to the Westrekers, she also knew a lot of Franklin history

Alice's sister servers ice cream to the Westrekers, she also knew a lot of Franklin history

Looks like someone is working on his/her Franklin

Everyone is enjoying the ice cream as you can see

Everyone is enjoying the ice cream as you can see

Everyone is enjoying the ice cream as you can see

Marlene and Ed English reviewing the good points of a Series 1

Karen Brune, Alice's sister receiving a ride in a 1923 Touring with Wayne Boell at the wheel.



1928 Series 12 A rumble seat

Drivers meeting early one morning

Drivers meeting early one morning

Drivers meeting early one morning



Beautiful home with a wonderful young lady getting her picture taken

Idaho State Penitentiary Museum

Idaho State Penitentiary Museum docent explaining what we are to do





Westrekers getting ready to watch a movie

Westrekers getting ready to watch a movie



Some of the beautiful flowers all over the penitentiary today

Some of the beautiful flowers all over the penitentiary today

The penitentiary today

Inside the penitentiary today

Inside the penitentiary todaycloh washers

Outside the penitentiary building today

Inside the penitentiary building today

Inside the penitentiary building today

Inside the penitentiary building today

Outside the penitentiary building today

Inside on of the buildings show some of the history



Inside on of the buildings show some of the history



Inside on of the buildings show some of the history



Inside on of the buildings show some of the history



Inside on of the buildings show some of the history



Buildings show some of the history

Buildings show some of the history

Buildings show some of the history
(I'm sure it didn't look this beautiful in its day)

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Inside buildings show some of the history

Looking up the hill over the hall

Beautiful flowers all over the grounds

Beautiful flowers all over the grounds

A sign on the Warden's house built the year Franklin sold there first car

Mike Knipes's 1933 Olympic Coupe

Alice trying to get the Westrekers together for the first drivers meeting.

Alice trying to get the Westrekers together for the first drivers meeting.

Books out for the first drivers meeting.

Ready to start the first tour of the Westrek

On the first tour of the Westrek

Post card picture of the Idaho Power Swan Falls Dam



The power house and dam

Franklins lined up with the beautiful mountains in the back ground

Franklins lined up with the beautiful mountains in the back ground

Westrekers waiting for a guide to lead the way

Idaho Power guide advising Westrekers what to do

Snake River

Snake River

Inside the power house in the 1920s

Inside the power house

Inside the power house

Franklins parked by the Idaho Power power dam

The wind around the dam was very strong

This picture could have been taken back in the 1920s when the Idaho Power dam was operating

Back ground of a beautiful park

A interesting plate from Idaho State

Part of the road leading out of the Idaho Power plant

Some of the hills around the Idaho Power plant

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

The beautiful hills around the Idaho Power plant and a long the Snake River

This is a hand craved wood bird in the World Center of Birds of Prey

Is this real or not? in the World Center of Birds of Prey

This is a hand craved wood bird in the World Center of Birds of Prey

This is a hand craved wood bird in the World Center of Birds of Prey

A real bird at the World Center of Birds of Prey

A real bird at the World Center of Birds of Prey

A real bird at the World Center of Birds of Prey

Parking lot at the World Center of Birds of Prey

World Center of Birds of Prey

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, outside one of the windows was a group of black birds making a home

World Center of Birds of Prey, outside one of the windows was a group of black birds making a home

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, not a real bird

World Center of Birds of Prey, this is real bird

Inside the World Center of Birds of Prey

Inside the World Center of Birds of Prey

The music man in the hospitality room

Todd and Sandy Miller a long with Co-Host Alice Steffensen (left to right)

Marlene and Chet Zimmerman and the Co-Editor of the Air Cooled News Pierre Lavedan (left to right)

The very beautiful Marlene Zimmerman

The beautiful Junie Webb

Thursday night banquet found everyoone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyoone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyoone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyoone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyoone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Thursday night banquet found everyone dressed up

Marlene Zimmerman getting ready to give The Boyer report.

Julie recipes a horse are a little joke

Mike receives an award from driving the Franklin the most miles to the Westrek

Alice trying to explain how Chuck was in control of the Westrek but she was doing all the work Well, if Alice did the work we all are so pleased she had Chuck at her side to hold her hand and kiss her when every thing went correctly. GREAT JOB Alice and Chuck.....

Dave Oatey returning to his table after reviecing his award for having the only Franklin that didn't like to return to the motel on it's own power

Junie Webb having a great time!

Sandy and Todd Miller (allowed your WebMaster and his wife to ride with them all day, thank you...)

Chuck speaking at the banquet

Chuck gave Alice flowers and a BIG kiss for all she did putting the Westrek together



Chet Zimmerman's Great Grand Daughter dancing

Chet Zimmerman's Great Grand Daughter dancing

Julie and Cliff Stranburg recieving the "Hammer" gavel that starts the 2009 Westrek

Garnet Hantak standing by Chet and Marlene's beautiful 1912 Series 1 Model G before getting in.

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, he has come a long way from what it was.

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, work on the top continues

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, work on the top continues

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, work on the top continues

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, work on the top continues

Merle and Armiene Brooks 1928 Series 12B Coupe, work on the top continues

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan Lion

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan

Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan wing window, look below



Lower window support ass'y - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Upper window support ass'y

. Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan wing window, pin stripping

. Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan hood holddown/pin stripping

. Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan inside looks like it has never been redone

. Very nice original 1928 Series 12A Sedan hood support front

. The last drivers meet of the 2008 Westrek

. Marlene starting the 1912 - look close at Marlene's left hand and than page down

Look at her fingers on the left hand

I guess that a wish that the car will start with the first pull, which it did!

. Marlene and Chet Zimmerman going out on the last tour of the 2008 Westrek, With passengers Frank and Garnet Hantak

. Looks like Garnet was cold in the back seat of the 1912

. Driving down the road in the 1912

. Driving down the road in the 1912

. Could this be the real "Herby" we'll check it out

. Could this be the real "Herby" what is that under the hood?

. Could this be the real "Herby" guess with that engine it isn't!

. Parking lot at Amagulited Sugar plant

. Parking lot at Amagulited Sugar plant

. Parking lot at Amagulited Sugar plant

. Parking lot at Amagulited Sugar plant

. Inside Amagulited Sugar plant before the tour started

. Inside Amagulited Sugar plant before the tour started

. Inside Amagulited Sugar plant before the tour started

. Inside Amagulited Sugar plant before the tour started- Table has a gift for everyone on the tour

. Inside Amagulited Sugar plant before the tour started

. Amagulited Sugar plant, to take the tour everyone must wear a hair net, YES the guys too!

. Amagulited Sugar plant, to take the tour everyone must wear a hair net, YES the guys too!

. Amagulited Sugar plant, awaiting to start the tour

. Amagulited Sugar plant, starting the tour

. Amagulited Sugar plant, starting the tour

. Amagulited Sugar plant, one of the many operaters showing us how they manufacture sugar

. Warhawk Museum

. Inside the Warhawk Museum

. Inside the Warhawk Museumthis is a model

. Inside the Warhawk Museum

. Inside the Warhawk Museum one of the engines

. Inside the Warhawk Museum one of the engines

. Warhawk Museum on the wall of the museum

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. The front of many Franklins

. Garnet Hantak ready for the morning tour in Marlene and Chet's 1912

This picture could have been taken in 1933

A very nice 1928 Series 12A

A beautiful picture of Jerry's handsome 1930 Coupe

Work goes on

Work goes on



Lee Webb's Limo sitting in the motel parking lot Beautiful setting at the Idaho Power plant A few of the many Franklins parked at the Amagulited Sugar plant We receive many questions about Bob Grim, well here he his looking great Charlie Hanson's 1928 Heading down to the Idaho Power plant Lunch on Monday Lunch on Monday Mike Knips' 1933 Olympic Coupe Look close, the Franklins going down to the dam Seiberling air cooled tire on the 1928 Great place to sit, the running board of Mike's Olympic The Lavedans Over looking the Snake River Todd Miller's handsome 1928 Touring Beautiful setting Celebration Park on the Snake River Celebration Park Celebration Park docent welcoming the Franklin group Celebration Park petroglyph showing a human form Learning about petroglyphs atCelebration Park Frank Hantak taking photographs Looking updtream on the Snake River from Celebration Park Stan Mayer and Nancy Jobin with their 1929 Roadster Nancy Jobin and Sandy Fontana Pierre Lavedan ready for touring in Mike Knip's 1933 Olympic Coupe Lunch stop at the Melba Senior Center Neil and Blanche Sorenson with their 1927 Series 11B Sedan Val Barrnes with Miss Daisy (1929 Series 135 Sedan) Lunch at the Melba Senior Center Lunch at the Melba Senior Center Junie Webb, Sandy Miller, Alice Steffensen, Sandy Fontana and Nancy Jobin Lunch stop at the Melba Senior Center Ste. Chapelle Winery Hiking up to the Ste. Chapelle Winery Sherry Farris and Marlene and Chet Zimmerman on the Ste. Chapelle Winerytour Arriving at the Idaho State Penitentiary Arriving at the Idaho State Penitentiary Warden's House at the Idaho State Penitentiary Sisters, Sherry Smith and Sandy Miller, at the Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho State Penitentiary Idaho Botanical Gardens Idaho State Penitentiary from the Idaho Botanical Gardens Idaho State Penitentiary guard house Doris and Wayne Boell at the Idaho State Penitentiary Lunch at Lucky Peak State Park along the Boise River Doug and Paula Zimmerman with their 1931 Dietrich Speedster Lucky Peak State Park Paul, Jill, Douglas and Jessica Manzano Carla and Chad Windham Hospitality time Hospitality time Regina Haggerty and Jim Cling Alice Steffensen and Connie Bowden share a laugh at a driver's meeting Franklins strung out through the high dessert Swan Falls Dam on the Snake River Snake River upstream of the Swan Falls Dam Arriving at Swan Falls Dam Chuck Steffensen and Frank Hantak discuss the Swan Falls Powerhouse Swan Falls Powerhouse equipment Looking down the Snake River from Swan Falls Dam Powerhouse Carla and Chad Windham, Jerry Houchens, Stan Mayer and Nancy Jobin at Swan Falls Dam Powerhouse Swan Falls Dam Powerhouse "Kids" (Derek Haberman, Armiene Brooks, Frank Peredo and Connie Bowden) at play in the park at Kuna Junie Webb and Alice Steffensen join in the fun at the Kuna park Thursday's lunch stop World Center for Birds of Prey World Center for Birds of Prey Red Tailed Hawk at the World Center for Birds of Prey Alice Steffensen at the World Center for Birds of Prey Jim and Val Barnes with Miss Daisy (1929 Series 135 sedan) Todd and Sandy Miller at the banquet Sue and Jim Stutzman at the banquet Connie and Dave Bowden at the banquet Sandy and Tony Fontana at the banquet Marlene and Chet Zimmerman at the banquet Phil Rust and Suzanne Siegal at the banquet Teddie and Dave Oatey at the banquet Junie Webb and Tamara Clark at the banquet Nancy Jobin and Stan Mayer at the banquet Sallie and Tom Kiefer at the banquet Chad Windham, Merle and Armiene Brooks and Carla Windham at the banquet Banquet entertainment Susan and Pierre Lavedan at the Banquet Rob, Lee Junie Webb and AJ and Tamara Clark at the banquet Our hosts, Chuck and Alice Seffensen at the banquet A favorite spot at the banquet Blanche and Neil Sorensen at the banquet Ed English at the banquet Paula and Doug Zimmerman at the banquet Bill and Jan Charpier at the banquet Lee aand Junie Webb on the dance floor at the banquet Jill Manzano showing her dancing skilld at the banquet Paula and Ron Topley at the banquet Marlene Zimmerman giving a report at the banquet Julie Stranburg accepting the hard luck award at the banquet Churk Steffensen presents Alice with flowers at the banquet Regina Haggerty admiring her raffle prize Julie and Cliff Stranburg talk about next year's Westrek Youngest attendee, DouglasManzano (19 months), with dad, Paul and sister Jill and oldest attendee, Regina Haggerty (91) at the banquet Frank Peredo and Derek Haberman with banquet raffle prize Julie Stranberg at the banquet Pierre and Susan Lavedan's grandsons, Justin Lavedan and Aaron Lythgoe at the banquet Bob Grim and grandson, Jeremiah Grim Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Amalgamated Sugar tour Packard on display at the Warhawk Museum Warhawk Museum Warhawk Museum Militarty vehicles on display at the Warhawk Museum Remains of a D-Day glider at the Warhawk Museum A potential new member's original 1928 Series 12A Friday's lunch in the park Friday's lunch in the park Friday's lunch stop in the park Marlene and Chet Zinnerman in their 1912 Series 1 touring car Frank and Garnet Hantak Dave Oatey and Robb Webb with Dave's 1928 Series 12A Oxford sedan

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