Now that spring is here and you are ready to dust off your car don’t forget the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Mileage Award Program which was introduced in 2012.
If you like to drive your classic or antique a lot this award was designed for you.
You can download an explanation of the new award program, the instructions for achieving the new award, and the registration and record keeping forms for the award program here –> http://www.aaca.org/mileageaward.html
The AACA Ohio Region recently visited the newly renovated Crawford Auto and Air Collection in Cleveland OH.
Click the photo below to enjoy some photos from the collection tour:
1910 Duryea – Crawford Auto & Air Collection
You can see some photos of the Crawford Collection prior to the recent renovations by clicking the photo below:
Crawford Auto and Air Collection pictures prior to recent renovations
The Butler Old Stone House Region’s annual Christmas Holiday Dinner was held on January 26th, 2013.
As part of the dinner event two of the Butler Old Stone House Region’s charter members (Al Jaycox and Merle Cleeton) attended the dinner with each give a nice talk about how the club got started and the history of the club.
Click the picture below to view some photos from the club dinner:
Butler Old Stone House Region 2012/2013 Christmas Holiday Dinner
In the middle of December, 2012 several of the Butler Old Stone House Region members made a holiday trip to visit the AACA Museum and Library. In addition to seeing the AACA Museum decorated for the Christmas season the members also took some Butler Old Stone House Region related items which were donated to the AACA Library.
Enjoy some pictures from this trip:
1909 Huselton: Replacing the rear wheels after checking the brakes
The first club work night for 2013 was held last evening, Jan. 16th, 2013. Work again focused on repairs needing to be completed on the 1909 Huselton.
The work completed on the 1909 Huselton included:
- Both rear brakes were inspected
- It was found that one of the lever pins for the driver side rear brake shoes had fallen out. The pin was replaced and the brakes restored to normal operation
- One of the club members finished the machine work required to create a new eccentric attachment point for the engine fan
- New bearings were installed in the engine fan and the fan was then re-installed using the new fan support shaft
- Work was started on restoring the headlights to operating condition
- The headlights were removed so that access to the gas supply connections could be corrected
Below are more pictures from the nights work on the 1909 Huselton: