Early April

Posted by Steve Simmons on April 6, 2013

Upcoming meeting: The next club meeting will be held on April 23rd.  TCMG member Phil Toth will be speaking on boat racing and his business manufacturing custom racing sails.  Can sailboats travel faster than a TC?  Will adding a sail to your car improve fuel economy?  Be there to find out!  See the Calendar Page for more program and event info.

Evburbank-museum-1ents: April will take us on a tour of the Burbank Historical Society’s museum.  Learn about the rich early history of the region, and of the important roles it has played in both the aerospace and film industries. Enjoy their collection of vintage automobiles ranging from a 1904 Franklin and other brass era vehicles to a room containing 50’s hot rod memorabilia and engines. At 2PM there will also be a special presentation entitled “When Glendale Ruled The Skies” detailing the history of the old Grand Central Air Terminal.  Also on the site is a circa 1887 Victorian house. There is something for everyone!  See the Calendar Page for more program and event info.

Newsletter: The April Midget Chassis is online and ready for viewing. Click here to view on screen, or click here for a printable booklet version.

Web Site: More new items recently added to the site!

  • One of our long-standing regalia items “T-Clinics” is now available as a complete set for FREE download on the Technical Resources page.
  • Further updates made to “The History of the TC Motoring Guild Badge“.
  • A search bar has been added to the right side of your screen.  Use this to search out specific content on the site.
  • New photos have been added to the Early Photos page in the History section.  Several are of founding member Frank Mason.
  • Another article also added to the “Period Pieces” section of the History Page entitled “Of Men and Cars – Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance” and written by Frank Mason in 1967.

As always we are seeking photos for the Members Gallery showing you and your TC. We also welcome member biographies so your fellow TCMG’ers can learn a bit about you, your history with your TC or anything else you care to write about. Historic photos and stories are also being sought to expand our TCMG History section on the site. Please send what you have to Steve Simmons.

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