Remembering the Future – 75 Years Ago

Photos and text by GNYR Florida correspondent, Marty Goffe October 27, 2015 marked the 75th anniversary of the closing of the 1939-1940 New York World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadow Park in Queens, New York. The theme of this fair was “The World of Tomorrow.” For we antique / collectible car owners, this fair is […]

Honoring First Responders

Photos and text by GNYR Florida correspondent, Marty Goffe Sunday, October 11th, marked the seventh consecutive year of FIRST RESPONDERS RECOGNITION DAY held at West Palm Beach Fire Department Station 7. For this convergence of seven, the theme of the day was, ” The Seventh At Seven.” As usual, local car owners were invited to […]

Numbers Match?

by John Linhardt Longtime members like Rich DiFiglia and Ron Demeiri will tell you how many 20’s – 30’s cars were “altered” in later years, especially Cadillac and Packard. Suddenly a V-12 or V-16 came into existence from an 8 cylinder original factory delivered or body style changed. Now, in present day, the “latest” hoax. […]

When Life Gives You Lemons… By Keith Gramlich Sunday, October 25 started out looking like a good day to stay in. That doesn’t sit well with those of us who planned to go to a car show. The Cradle of Aviation meet has become a “go to” meet for my family, as Jim Barnes and […]