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HISTORY 101

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by Jim Brierley May, 2000

 

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OLD MEN RULE.....Yes, we do have some advantages.

Story with a moral

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You don't need fenders in Massachusetts before 1949.

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Who is MAAC ?

This is the organization that protects your interests against unfriendly state legislation. AutoNetNewEngland stongly recommends that all Car Clubs in Massachusetts consider becoming a member of this worthwhile organization.

“promoting the interests of the hobby”

The Massachusetts Association of Auto Clubs was founded in 1969 by a group of concerned hobbyists, much like yourself, who were dedicated to promoting and protecting the interest of the automobile collecting hobby. They took it upon themselves to contact all the car clubs in the state and had them send two representatives to the very first meeting at the Bolton Town Hall. The response was tremendous.

 

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Auto Net New England presents an opportunity to keep members of various organizations, as well as the automotive public, informed and up to date on activities taking place in our part of the country. Let us help your organization spread the word.

 Many enthusiasts look on the first half of the 1900s as the Golden Age of American Automobiles. These are the years that are featured here.
 
AutoNet New England offers a Free link to your organization's web site, event or fundraiser. Just eMail your link to the address highlighted below. If you have a logo we will put it in the left hand column on the front page and make it your link.If your link is already listed, please check for it's accuracy. If it needs to be updated, please send us an email.

 Our goal is to bring together everyone who enjoys the automotive hobby, so visit us often for the latest events and news

 Please have patience as this site developes. Suggestions and comments are welcome.
 
This website is dedicated to everyone out there who has gasoline and oil running through their veins. 

This site can, with your help, become a clearing house of information for what's happening now, automotive history and speed secrets long forgotten.

 

         So let's turn over a few rocks and show where the good guys are and the good stuff hides.

 

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This is the place to go for precision machine work.

Small jobs are welcome.

 

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We offer genuine, new Stromberg 97 carburetors.

We sell new and rebuilt carburetor setups and manifolds.

We are located in Maine, but are happy to ship our products to you.

If you have any questions about our products, you may reach us by phone at (207) 339-2147.

 

 

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It's official......and confirmed.......Special guests from NHRA California will attend the FEST JAN 5th:
Larry Fisher, Greg Sharp and Steve Gibbs will be here to discuss the 1st East Coast HOT ROD  REUNION at New England Dragway.
Spread the news,

                        Fred

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Massachusetts Street Rod and Custom Vehicle Bill Approved by Legislature; Moves to Governor for Signature

 In a flurry of last minute activity, SEMA model legislation (now known as H.B. 5194) to create a vehicle registration classification for street rods and custom vehicles was approved by the Massachusetts State Legislature and now awaits the signature of the governor before becoming law.  H.B. 5194 defines a street rod as an altered vehicle manufactured before 1949 and a custom as an altered vehicle at least 25 years old and manufactured after 1948.  The bill allows kit cars and replica vehicles to be assigned a certificate of title bearing the same model year designation as the production vehicles they most closely resemble. 
    
We Urge You to Contact Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick (Contact Information Below) Immediately to Request His Support for H.B. 5194

• H.B. 5194 provides specific registration classes for street rods and customs.

• H.B. 5194 exempts street rods and customs from emissions inspections.

• H.B. 5194 only hold street rods and customs to the equipment standards specified by law during the model year listed on the title of the vehicle.

• H.B. 5194 provides that a replica vehicle will be assigned the same model year designation as the production vehicle it most closely resembles.

• H.B. 5194 permits street rods and custom vehicles to display blue dot taillights.

• H.B. 5194 allows street rods and custom vehicles to be used for occasional transportation, exhibitions, club activities, parades, tours and similar uses.

DON’T DELAY!  Please contact Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick immediately to urge his support for H.B. 5194. 

Governor Deval Patrick
Phone: 888/870-7770
Fax: 617/727-9725
Click here to send an electronic message to the Governor:  http://www.mass.gov/?pageID=gov3utilities&sid=Agov3&U=Agov3_contact_us