A 1966 Speaks

By Paul Parnes Hi guys, I’m a 1966 Chevy C-20, 3/4 ton Pickup. My heart is a 283 cid engine and my soul is a 4 speed on the floor. I was born in Flint, Michigan, as a cab and chassis. Then a Utility Body was put on because my first owner had a nursery […]

Chinese Auction Event

By Althea Travis As the New Year began, a conversation with GNYR member Caudieu Cook became the inspiration to schedule another Chinese Auction. Like many of our club members, particularly after the holidays, Caudieu was looking forward to bringing some items that he did not need to the Chinese Auction, and then, perhaps, to find […]

old car under snow

What the Club is Doing This Year

by Althea Travis You may have recalled a recent article in our newsletter mentioning all of the activities that are possibilities for this coming year. Then the snows of January and February came and our meetings were cancelled. We didn’t get to discuss the many options that we have. Two events have been scheduled already […]

Louis Krieger's 1903 Electrolette

The Same Last Name

By Art Krieger Far be it for me to crow about my illustrious ancestors. There’s enough to keep us amused for hours on those we know, without digging up (pardon the pun) those we may not be related to..But, when someone with the same last name has made a name for himself in the early […]

Long Island Facts

Mastic was the home of William Floyd, one of the signers of teh Declaration of Independence. Long Island’s first two settlements were Southold and Southampton, in 1640. Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk is the site of the oldest cattle ranch in America, built in 1658, and birthplace of the American cowboy. The Lighthouse at Montauk […]

Hershey Report – 2013

By Artie Finnegan Words can’t describe Hershey: If you think it’s candy. It probably is (as long as it has four wheels and is real greasy, or over shiny take your choice). The other thing about Hershey is the weather; it can be picture perfect, windy, cold, damp, wet and wetter. Other than the year […]

Docair in his 1980 Toyota Celica GT Liftback

1980 Toyota Celica GT Liftback

by Jerry Docair Malkes The Celica was the first Japanese model to claim the World Rally Championship crown. I was always in love with the styling of this Toyota from its conception in 1970 to its demise in 2005. The last car was produced at the end of April 2006 with seven variations or generations […]

2013 First Responders Recognition Day

Fifth Annual First Responders Recognition Day

Text and photos by GNYR Florida Correspondent – Martin Goffe On Sunday, October 13th, First Responders Recognition Day was observed for the fifth consecutive year at West Palm Beach Fire Rescue Station 7. Since October is National Fire Prevention Month, this recognition is held on the second Sunday of October honoring all first responders: firefighters […]

Palm Beach Region Nov 17 2013

Palm Beach Region Basks In Sun

photos and text by GNYR Florida Correspondant, Marty Goffe After being active in two busy shows — First Responders Recognition Day on October 13, then driving in the annual Veterans Day Parade on November 10 in downtown West Palm Beach, the AACA Palm Beach Region settled down temporarily by enjoying a day of basking in […]

1947 Harley motorcycle, California or Bust

Moving Right Along

By Art “Doc”Krieger I met my cousin Fred when my parents took me upstate to work on my Aunt and Uncle’s resort/farm during my high school summers. Fred, a couple of years older than I, had a half a barn full of motorcycles and parts, including a servi-cycle and side car After a busy day […]