Upcoming meeting: The next club meeting will be held on May 28th. This is the much anticipated “Drive Your Other Car” night. Bring an interesting vehicle that your fellow club members haven’t seen, or just bring your TC. There will be a parking lot show before the official meeting, followed by snacks and chat about the iron parked outside. Previous years have seen some great cars show up, so don’t miss out! Note early 7PM start time for car show. An unofficial dinner will precede the event. See the Calendar Page for more program and event info.
Events: Our next event is set tentatively (meaning date is not locked down yet) for May 25. This will be a great one, involving a scenic drive, many points of interest and tours of some really great places including the Santa Susana Train Depot built in 1903! See the Calendar Page for more program and event info.
20 TCMG members enjoyed our April event at the Burbank Historical Society’s museum. Four TCs were present. The following day five TCs and several members also attended the nearby Queen’s English Car Show. See the May newsletter for photos.
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.