Outside the Garage

There have been articles in past Newsletters, that discussed some of the things GNYR members do, other than old cars. I know some of us have very hobbies and this is a place to showcase some of those hobbies. Our first installment will showcase long time GNYR member Marty Goffe and some of his antique […]

NY Newsday’s “Field of Wheels” – 2014

By Jerry Malkes Newsday finally had its’ Field of Wheels on May 17th after a previous Saturday of a drenching rain postponement. I noticed a few antiques like Model T’s, one Packard, no Oldsmobile’s but many beautiful muscle cars. There were about 600 cars on the gigantic lawn of Newsday. The personnel were so kind […]

Blackwall Tires

By Mike Sussman I was home recuperating from a killer cold. I watched a 1946 movie of Dick Tracy. Dick was tracking down Cue Ball. A big tough bald guy. His trade mark kills are strangulation with a leather hat band. Naturally there were many car scenes. Dick and Pat drove a 1937(?) Buick side […]

Judging Seminar

By Artie Finnegan On Saturday May 10,2014 the GNYR had their judging seminar at Westbury Gardens. The weather is very critical as to how this event comes off. Let me run a sample by you all. First I mailed 150 letters to previous judges whom have helped in the past. Then Mike had to make […]

Queens County Farmhouse Meet

By Jerry Malkes It was a sad day on Sunday, April 27th at the Queens County farmhouse meet. This was the last time that the GNYR will hold such a classy event at this prestigious farmhouse. This was also a happy day as we had a nice turnout of cars ranging from Model T’s to […]

“The Last Time”

by Stuart Light I always enjoy the early morning drive to the annual Queens County Farmhouse Meet. Like many years in the past it was a little nippy when I put the top down on my Alfa Romeo Guilia Spider and drove out if the driveway at 7:15AM towards the Little Neck, location of the […]

Now You Have Done It!

by Althea Travis You spoke loud and clear – and Neal DeLeo and I have responded to your request. Actually, Howard Kroplick, our dynamic speaker at last month’s meeting, gave our next event a jump start. Those who were at Howard’s presentation will recall that Howard spoke of the key role that his “mechan-ician”, plays, […]

Alfa Romeo….They’re Baaack!

By Stuart Light This year’s New York Auto Show was one that I especially couldn’t wait to attend since it marked the return of Alfa Romeo to this side of the Atlantic Ocean with the 4C, the first regular production automobile to be sold here since 1995 and the first GT since the era of […]

1910 Baker Electric

2014 Garden City Parade

by Jerry Malkes On April 20, I went to an automobile show. No, this wasn’t the one in New York City. This was the annual show and parade in Garden City. I would say they had about 600 automobiles ranging from Model T’s, electric vehicles cars dating from 1902 to 2013, a 1910 Baker Electric […]

1929 Essex Super Six 2-Door Sedan

Fresh Corn Crop Brings Out Palm Beach Cars

Text and photos by GNYR Florida Correspondent Marty Goffe The 14th annual Sweet Corn Fiesta, hosted by the Western Palm Beach County Farm Bureau, took place on April 27th at the South Florida Fair Grounds. Looking like a county fair, this event drew thousands to many attractions for both adults and kids including the annual […]