CLASSIC CHEVY CLUB
2828 Wiregrass Rd. Lakeland, Fl. 33810
We took the day to appreciate a glimpse of Automobile history offered by a pair of collections on display around Ocala, Florida. We began by visiting the NPD facility, where 206 cars were on display. There was a large variety of vehicles, all in great condition; some had as little as 5 miles clocked on the odometer!
After taking a break for lunch, we found our way to the Don Garlit's Museum of Drag Racing. While there weren't as many cars as the NPD facility, there was a ton of vintage photos and memorabilia! Don working and lived in Tampa for a large portion of his racing career, with a shop located off of North Nebraska Avenue.
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Several TBCCC joined the festivities at the Anna Maria Island BayFest car show and festival. Jimmy Singletary, John Hayn, Chuck Palusak, Bob Hendryx and more. Ed Loges won a Best of Show trophy with his 57. Anna Maria Island is a beautiful setting for a car show and the weather was spectacular. I told Bill Mergens to go ahead and sign me up for next year!
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Pigging out at Fort Desoto
The TBCCC held our club picnic at Fort Desoto, welcomed by sunny blue skies, perfect weather and the beautiful view of the Sunshine Skyway bridge from our picnic shelter surrounded by palm trees. I don't think you could find a more beautiful setting anywhere for a picnic.
Thank you to the Flynn brothers, Chuck Palusak, Jimmy Singletary and others who pitched in to help make the picnic a success both before and after. We had to scramble to do our own cooking when Glen, who did the cooking for our Christmas party, had to work that day, but it worked out just fine. Thanks to Larry and Marty for helping with warming the food. We had a great pot luck selection with everyone bringing dishes that they liked and it made for a very nice day at Fort Desoto.
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