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Hemmings Motor News

June 2019

Every issue is packed with hundreds of pages of auction news, car profi les, buyer's guides, restoration profiles, technical advice, event coverage, and a classified section that is THE PLACE to find high quality listings of cars, parts, and services for sale.

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hemmings motor news

PUBLISHER Jim Menneto, President Jonathan Shaw, Director of Product EDITORIAL Terry McGean, Editor-in-Chief Richard Lentinello, Executive Editor Kurt Ernst, Editor, Hemmings Daily Mike McNessor, Editor, Hemmings Motor News J. Daniel Beaudry, Managing Editor Catherine Gee Graney, Managing Editor Thomas A. DeMauro, Senior Editor Matthew Litwin, Senior Editor Mark J. McCourt, Senior Editor David Conwill, Associate Editor Jeff Koch, West Coast Associate Editor Terry Shea, Associate Editor Daniel Strohl, Web Editor Edward Heys, Design Editor Judi Dell’Anno, Graphic Designer Joshua Skibbee, Graphic Designer Jim O’Clair, Columnist/Parts Locator Tom Comerro, Editorial AssistantEDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS: Michael Milne ADVERTISING Jennifer Sandquist, Advertising DirectorDISPLAY SALES Tim Redden, Internet Sales Manager Account Executives: Rowland George, Tim McCart, Lesley McFadden, Heather Naslund, Mark Nesbit, Collins Sennett, Bonnie Stratton Stephanie Sigot, Advertising CoordinatorCLASSIFIED SALES…

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it’s show time!

rlentinello@hemmings.com For the majority of the country, this is the time of year when everyone is busting to get out of the confines of their homes and back into the show scene. Be it cruise nights, cars and coffee, conventions or concours, spending the day among friends admiring old cars and discovering how some of them were built, restored, or modified is truly an inspirational experience. And the exercise you’ll get from walking the show field is healthy for you, too!Right about the time you are receiving this issue of HMN, I will be down in Helen, Georgia, at the Corvair Spring-fest. It’s an annual two-day event hosted by four regional chapters of CORSA. I will be there photographing cars for my forthcoming book, Corvair Style.If you have never attended…

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backfire

Please thank Edward Heys for the “Unintentional Portraits” features. I really enjoy the photos from yesteryear and it makes me want to dig out my old pictures with cars and trucks and send them, too. What is the procedure to submit photos? I am not sure if I can convert old photos to a digital image, or are people mailing you the actual pictures? If so, are they returned?Another reason I wrote was to point out that the Memory Lane picture #8 on page 83 of the April issue of Hemmings Motor News appears to be a fake or altered photo. Mack B65’s doors had a wing vent that is absent in photo. I know Mack cabs were small (I drove a B61 in the mid-70s), but scale does…

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students resurrect a ’55 thunderbird

(IMAGE COURTESY THE SPARTAN GARAGE) Each year, students enrolled in the automotive technology program at East Syracuse Minoa Central High School in New York have the opportunity to help restore a classic car, or, in some cases, build a kit car from the ground up. When the work is completed, the finished product is raffled off, with proceeds going to fund the following year’s program. For 2019, the Spartan Garage — named for the high school’s mascot — is restoring a 1955 Ford Thunderbird, with the winner to be drawn at the Syracuse Nationals in July.This year’s raffle car was donated by former local resident Stan Neu, who worked on the first-year Ford Thunderbird with his own son for years, but never finished the restoration. When the family moved to…

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scenic rally will kick off hemmings concours weekend

The Hemmings Motor News Concours d’Elegance, taking place September 13-15, will lead off with a noncompetitive rally through New York’s scenic Adirondack region. The 50-plus-mile drive will depart Lake George’s Festival Commons—the site of Saturday’s Cruise-In and Sunday’s Concours—at 11 a.m. on Friday. Police will escort the group, which is limited to 75 cars, north to Fort Ticonderoga at the southern tip of Lake Champlain. Rally participants will be treated to a guided tour of the fort and served a boxed picnic lunch. There will be extra time in the day’s schedule to allow for exploration of the facility and grounds during the early afternoon. The day will cap off back in Lake George with a dinner cruise aboard the Lake George Steamboat Company’s flagship Lac du…

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1967 pontiac 2+2

Though the mid-century horsepower race was centered mostly on fullsize cars, by the mid-1960s the muscle car movement had expanded the focus to midsize models. Nevertheless, automakers continued to produce stylish and quick big cars with the power to challenge their smaller siblings.A prime example is the GTO’s big brother, the 1967 Catalina-based 2+2. It traces its beginnings to a bucket seat/console/trim option offered on the 1964 Catalina. A renewed fullsize line debuted for 1965 and the 2+2 became a full-fledged high-performance car. A 338-horsepower 421-cu.in. four-barrel engine and HD suspension were standard, while 356-hp Tri-Power and 376-hp H.O. Tri-Power 421s were optional. All the premium equipment continued for 1966 and the 2+2 became a separate series for just one year.The 2+2 Sport Option cost $420.22 on the restyled…

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