Our February event, the Lame Duk Kup, was well attended with 23 TCMG members present including four TCs driven by Simon, Loe, Simmons and Appell. After a fierce 18 holes of miniature golf, David Edgar was victorious with a score of 49, including two hole in ones. Congratulations David!
Our weekend event for May has been announced. Get your room reservations in before it’s too late! See the Calendar Page or the upcoming March newsletter for details.
Our next meeting will take place on February 25. Pete Thelander will give a presentation on his recent trip around the country to race his 1934 MG NE at Watkins Glen and other venues. Some of his stops with the car included Monterey, Put-In-Bay Ohio, Watkins Glen in New York and GoF 94 in Oneonta New York.
Our January meeting saw five TCs show up, including Richard and Sandra Loe’s TC making its first trip after an 18-year slumber just to be there. Lets top that turnout in February!
See the Calendar Page for more program and event info.
Our next event takes us on a tour of Gamble House in Pasadena. This structure is named a National Historic Landmark for its outstanding examples of American Arts and Crafts style architecture. The house and furnishings were designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1908 for David and Mary Gamble of the Procter & Gamble Company.
For more information, see the Calendar Page or the flyer in our March newsletter.
A copy of the 1958 TC Motoring Guild newsletter, “TC Talk” has been added to the Newsletter Page.
Content added to the newly re-organized History pages.
Photos and information have been added to various Conclave pages.
Updates have been made to the History of the TC Motoring Guild Badge page including new facts and observations, plus photos of a previously unknown version of the badge!
One of our long-standing regalia items “T-Clinics” is now available as a complete set for FREE download on the Technical Resources page.
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.