|Posted by Chuck & Karen Dusenbery on April 1, 2018 at 4:50 AM|
Model A Friends,
Spring has finally arrived with up and down temperatures and Oklahoma wind. However, it is a great time to get your “A” out of the barn and take it for a drive. It is not too cold and not too hot. The wind will just enhance your skill at keeping the old girl between the fence posts.
The spring tour, hosted by the Tulsa Club, was great fun. Eight Model A’s from our club made the drive to Elk City. We also had two couples in modern cars in attendance. Friday was the busy day of the tour. In the morning we visited the Route 66 museum that is full of memorabilia from the “Mother Road.” After lunch we drove to Cheyenne to visit the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. After leaving the battlefield we visited a private car collection in Cheyenne. This is an amazing collection ranging from Model T’s to 1970’s muscle cars. The Tulsa Club always does a fantastic job of organizing a tour.
Check the Scuttlebutt, Facebook, or our website for upcoming events and make a point to attend at least one of them. It doesn’t matter that your car might not be road worthy, drive your modern car and enjoy the fun with your Sooner Club members. You can also catch a ride in a Model A to fully participate in an event such as a parade. There are plenty of sedans with back seats available and you are very welcome.
I hope to see you on the road in your Model A.
Jim Yates, 2018 President
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