GNYR’s September 2017 Meeting Presentation

Althea Travis arranged for us to have a wonderful guest, Mr. Doug Bassemir. Doug recreated a cross country trip that his grandfather took 100 years ago in a 1917 Maxwell. His grandfather worked for Maxwell at the time and thought so highly of the product, he bought one and made the trip. Doug became highly […]

Quad Headlights Were New Look On ’58 Cars

by Alan Blay Originally from “ON SOLID GROUND” Fifty years ago, the auto industry converted from a two-headlight system to four headlights with the introduction of the new 1958 models. The 1958 Corvette was restyled around a design that incorporated the new quad head- lights. Four headlight styling, though, made its debut on the 1957 […]

Ethanol

by John Linhardt Since legislation of 2007, we have damaged our old cars. We get fewer “miles per gallon” than gasoline and since inception, the renewable standard in California alone cost residents an extra $13 billion at the pump. One study in 2009 concluded that plowing fields to grow corn for Ethanol releases more carbon […]