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Re: Fw: Hemmings ...

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 11/8/2021 10:33 PM, Chris Beebe wrote:

Howdy all,

    I just sent this to the owners of the museum,  thought you might like seeing it too ...   Chris Beebe


 
 Howdy, Ingrid and Sven,

     The latest Hemmings has the article over your Museum ,  covers the damage, repair and some of the vehicles on show.

    It's a nice article, and here are some attachments showing it.     Pick up a copy or three ar a book store.  I just posted something on F-book.

                                                                Chris
_._,_._,_


Way cool. So glad you were at the right place and time to help this facility out of a tight spot.

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Fw: Hemmings ...

Chris Beebe
 


Howdy all,

    I just sent this to the owners of the museum,  thought you might like seeing it too ...   Chris Beebe


 
 Howdy, Ingrid and Sven,

     The latest Hemmings has the article over your Museum ,  covers the damage, repair and some of the vehicles on show.

    It's a nice article, and here are some attachments showing it.     Pick up a copy or three ar a book store.  I just posted something on F-book.

                                                                Chris


Re: sitting low ...

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 10/22/2021 9:57 AM, Chris Beebe wrote:
Italian or Balsamic, you think ?



What! Why not French?

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Re: sitting low ...

Chris Beebe
 

Italian or Balsamic, you think ?


From: CitroWisc@groups.io <CitroWisc@groups.io> on behalf of Mark Bardenwerper <citrogsa@...>
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2021 4:14 AM
To: CitroWisc@groups.io <CitroWisc@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [CitroWisc] sitting low ...
 
On 10/21/2021 10:38 PM, Chris Beebe wrote:
The guy I got this from said,  if it's sittin low,  it's probably those spheres again ...

                                   What the hey ?    These things make me want to eat salad.            Chris


Re: sitting low ...

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 10/21/2021 10:38 PM, Chris Beebe wrote:
The guy I got this from said,  if it's sittin low,  it's probably those spheres again ...

                                   What the hey ?    These things make me want to eat salad.            Chris
_._,_._,_


Might want to add some oil. Salad oil?

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sitting low ...

Chris Beebe
 

The guy I got this from said,  if it's sittin low,  it's probably those spheres again ...

                                   What the hey ?    These things make me want to eat salad.            Chris


Re: Two Citroen CX for sale

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 9/7/2021 7:31 PM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:
On 9/7/2021 9:17 AM, Paul Vogel wrote:
I purchased two Series 2 CX from Michael Barone in the spring and now find I am out of room and getting busier with 2cv work. So both cars are for sale. The Gold one is rust free and working very well after some work on the cooling system and removal of pollution equipment put on to certify in California. If you need more photos let me know. $7800 for both.

Thanks,

Paul, would you like access to the larger CX community? I will send you an invite and you can act on it as you desire.

Good luck!
Silly me, this is one of the few Citroen lists I do not own. Here's the subscribe email address CX-L+subscribe@groups.io

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Re: Two Citroen CX for sale

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 9/7/2021 9:17 AM, Paul Vogel wrote:
I purchased two Series 2 CX from Michael Barone in the spring and now find I am out of room and getting busier with 2cv work. So both cars are for sale. The Gold one is rust free and working very well after some work on the cooling system and removal of pollution equipment put on to certify in California. If you need more photos let me know. $7800 for both.

Thanks,

Paul, would you like access to the larger CX community? I will send you an invite and you can act on it as you desire.

Good luck!

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Technology...responsibly, thoughtfully
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Two Citroen CX for sale

Paul Vogel
 

I purchased two Series 2 CX from Michael Barone in the spring and now find I am out of room and getting busier with 2cv work. So both cars are for sale. The Gold one is rust free and working very well after some work on the cooling system and removal of pollution equipment put on to certify in California. If you need more photos let me know. $7800 for both.

Thanks,

Paul Vogel


Re: R&T on the stands ...

Paul Vogel
 

Nice car and great article. I miss Peter's writing. Thanks for sharing Chris!


On Sun, Aug 29, 2021 at 11:17 AM Chris Beebe <seebb7@...> wrote:
 
 
Howdy, Y'all,

     No,  it's not about our beloved Citroën car,  but fun reading non-the-less.  

         On the news stands now is the latest quarterly,  the Aug/Sept issue of R&T,  where ol pal, Pete, was asked to do an atricle on the MG-TC.  Lent him my car and all of the books I had to cover the history.

  Here it is attached,  soz you don't have to go out and buy it,   ...   I hope this isn't "too big" and you can see and read it OK:

                                                                                                                  Chris


R&T on the stands ...

Chris Beebe
 

 
 
Howdy, Y'all,

     No,  it's not about our beloved Citroën car,  but fun reading non-the-less.  

         On the news stands now is the latest quarterly,  the Aug/Sept issue of R&T,  where ol pal, Pete, was asked to do an atricle on the MG-TC.  Lent him my car and all of the books I had to cover the history.

  Here it is attached,  soz you don't have to go out and buy it,   ...   I hope this isn't "too big" and you can see and read it OK:

                                                                                                                  Chris


Re: Botham coming fast!

Alain Peyrot
 

Hello Mark:

I am also planning to be there with my red 2cv (like Leslie Eisenberg).  I grew up with those in Madagascar in the 50's.

Alain Peyrot

On 8/4/2021 1:00 PM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:
On 7/22/2021 10:12 AM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:

Hey folks,

Don't forget about the Botham Vineyards show in a few weeks. We should be seeing a fresh crop of recent acquisitions. My white Mercedes went to a new home and now I have a pretty little Renault Alliance convertible. Finally back to (pretty much) French car, but with a Wisconsin birthplace.

What will you be driving?

Hey folks,

The microcar museum in Mazomanie has opened up again, following Covid and a disastrous flood. Would anyone like to come up on Saturday and take a tour? I was thinking early to mid afternoon.

https://www.facebook.com/MidwestMicrocarMuseum/
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Re: Botham coming fast!

Steve Weinert
 

Good intentions here to attend set aside by the sudden changings in
international travel. Family arriving/returning from overseas during the
run up to the event, and I both won't get a chance to come down but also
worry that my virus exposure bubble being burst so thoroughly suggest I
should social distance to stop-gap anything that family might have brought.

Our newest CX arrived on Bastille Day ('81 CX 2400 Pallas Automatic) and the
paperwork came this week, so I have an itch to take that one somewhere.
Need to find a trailer so I could transport an A-series or a Panhard - a
trailer that isn't such a moose so it can be pulled by the CX.

If anyone is up in the Manitowoc area, especially after the 24th when any
usual precautionary isolation would normally be done, look me up.

All best and hope to see pictures of the cars!

Steve Weinert
Whitelaw, WI

-----Original Message-----
From: CitroWisc@groups.io <CitroWisc@groups.io> On Behalf Of Mark
Bardenwerper
Sent: Wednesday, August 4, 2021 1:01 PM
To: CitroWisc@groups.io
Subject: Re: [CitroWisc] Botham coming fast!

On 7/22/2021 10:12 AM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:

Hey folks,

Don't forget about the Botham Vineyards show in a few weeks. We should
be seeing a fresh crop of recent acquisitions. My white Mercedes went
to a new home and now I have a pretty little Renault Alliance
convertible. Finally back to (pretty much) French car, but with a
Wisconsin birthplace.

What will you be driving?

Hey folks,

The microcar museum in Mazomanie has opened up again, following Covid and a
disastrous flood. Would anyone like to come up on Saturday and take a tour?
I was thinking early to mid afternoon.

https://www.facebook.com/MidwestMicrocarMuseum/

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Re: Botham coming fast!

LESLIE EISENBERG
 

Hi Mark,

I'll be there in my red 2CV!  Looking forward to seeing you there.

Best wishes,

Leslie Eisenberg (we met @ Chris B's shop)


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Bardenwerper <citrogsa@...>
To: CitroWisc@groups.io
Sent: Wed, Aug 4, 2021 1:00 pm
Subject: Re: [CitroWisc] Botham coming fast!

On 7/22/2021 10:12 AM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:
>
> Hey folks,
>
> Don't forget about the Botham Vineyards show in a few weeks. We should
> be seeing a fresh crop of recent acquisitions. My white Mercedes went
> to a new home and now I have a pretty little Renault Alliance
> convertible. Finally back to (pretty much) French car, but with a
> Wisconsin birthplace.
>
> What will you be driving?
>
>
Hey folks,

The microcar museum in Mazomanie has opened up again, following Covid
and a disastrous flood. Would anyone like to come up on Saturday and
take a tour? I was thinking early to mid afternoon.


--
Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr.
Technology...responsibly, thoughtfully







Re: Botham coming fast!

Mark Bardenwerper
 

On 7/22/2021 10:12 AM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:

Hey folks,

Don't forget about the Botham Vineyards show in a few weeks. We should be seeing a fresh crop of recent acquisitions. My white Mercedes went to a new home and now I have a pretty little Renault Alliance convertible. Finally back to (pretty much) French car, but with a Wisconsin birthplace.

What will you be driving?

Hey folks,

The microcar museum in Mazomanie has opened up again, following Covid and a disastrous flood. Would anyone like to come up on Saturday and take a tour? I was thinking early to mid afternoon.

https://www.facebook.com/MidwestMicrocarMuseum/

--
Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr.
Technology...responsibly, thoughtfully
http://citroen.cappyfabrics.com


Botham coming fast!

Mark Bardenwerper
 

Hey folks,

Don't forget about the Botham Vineyards show in a few weeks. We should be seeing a fresh crop of recent acquisitions. My white Mercedes went to a new home and now I have a pretty little Renault Alliance convertible. Finally back to (pretty much) French car, but with a Wisconsin birthplace.

What will you be driving?


--
Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr.
Technology...responsibly, thoughtfully
http://citroen.cappyfabrics.com


Steve Weinert pls contact me

Luis Arisso
 

Hello everyone,

Sorry for the spam but I don’t know how else to do this.

Steve could you please contact me on my cell : six51- 2 seven zero-8122.

Thanks.

Luis


Re: spaghetti Picnic ...

Steve Weinert
 

That kind you for the invite!

Had our CX Athena, Dyane and Panhard 24bt out this week anticipating more chances to get out than last season. I haven’t started the others after winter storage yet.

Have to send our regrets this time though. Holiday weekend guests visiting us.

All best,

Steve and Alison Weinert
Whitelaw, WI

Sent from my iPad Air

On May 24, 2021, at 10:06, Chris Beebe <seebb7@hotmail.com> wrote:

we'd like a RSVP so we know what to expect, lowering the surprise factor and let us better prepare.


Re: spaghetti Picnic ...

LESLIE EISENBERG
 

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the invite, but I am expected at a friend's farm that afternoon/evening.  YOU get priority next year!

Les


-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Beebe <seebb7@...>
To: CitroWisc@groups.io <CitroWisc@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, May 24, 2021 10:06 am
Subject: [CitroWisc] spaghetti Picnic ...

Greetings every one !

    Emily and I have been unsure of this picnic we've been hosting on for decades,   this corona virus has had its effects on everyone and most everything.   But, since I suspect we've all been fully protected by now with vaccines and time since,  we are safe to open our lives to outings again.    We decided to first wing it on just some of our musical friends,   and I thought to include (even at this late date) an invite to the Citroen folks,  just in case some of you might enjoy a visit, an outing or destination this coming Saturday afternoon, the 29th of May.

    If anyone thinks they'd like to make the picnic this Saturday, we'd like a RSVP so we know what to expect, lowering the surprise factor and let us better prepare. Previous years we asked folks to bring a dish to pass.


    ALSO, ...

I have considered to make the 100th celebration gathering of Citroën cars and folks an Annual thing when combined with the Botham show in August, but instead of someone providing the food and effort, (like the Vogel's did) everyone brings their own picnic goodies and wine to sip. Taking their own trash along with them also helps out.

  I'd like some feed-back over the Botham show weekend gathering.     Thanks !   Chris
 
Hi all,

If you are without plans Saturday 5/29 (Memorial Day Saturday), you and family are welcome to come to our place for Spaghetti. I'm hoping to have something ready by 4 or 5 pm; You are welcome to come as early as 2 to hang out and play tunes. Feel free to bring salads, garlic bread, dessert, beverages. Food contributions not required. 

We are expecting our son Graham and his three roommates from UW Milwaukee (all fully vaccinated).  We will also open this to some musical folks from Moldy Jam. Hoping to keep the numbers below 20 so I can share tunes with y'all.

Chris was asked to be at the Microcar museum re-opening in Mazomanie earlier in the day; he spent many hours/months restoring the little cars that got flooded in that terrible rainstorm several years ago. 

Please let us know if you think you might join us for our resurrected spaghetti picnic.

Emily


Re: spaghetti Picnic ...

Keith Johnson
 

Chris, where are you located?

On May 24, 2021, at 10:06 AM, Chris Beebe <seebb7@...> wrote:


Greetings every one !

    Emily and I have been unsure of this picnic we've been hosting on for decades,   this corona virus has had its effects on everyone and most everything.   But, since I suspect we've all been fully protected by now with vaccines and time since,  we are safe to open our lives to outings again.    We decided to first wing it on just some of our musical friends,   and I thought to include (even at this late date) an invite to the Citroen folks,  just in case some of you might enjoy a visit, an outing or destination this coming Saturday afternoon, the 29th of May.

    If anyone thinks they'd like to make the picnic this Saturday, we'd like a RSVP so we know what to expect, lowering the surprise factor and let us better prepare. Previous years we asked folks to bring a dish to pass.


    ALSO, ...

I have considered to make the 100th celebration gathering of Citroën cars and folks an Annual thing when combined with the Botham show in August, but instead of someone providing the food and effort, (like the Vogel's did) everyone brings their own picnic goodies and wine to sip. Taking their own trash along with them also helps out.

  I'd like some feed-back over the Botham show weekend gathering.     Thanks !   Chris
 
Hi all,

If you are without plans Saturday 5/29 (Memorial Day Saturday), you and family are welcome to come to our place for Spaghetti. I'm hoping to have something ready by 4 or 5 pm; You are welcome to come as early as 2 to hang out and play tunes. Feel free to bring salads, garlic bread, dessert, beverages. Food contributions not required. 

We are expecting our son Graham and his three roommates from UW Milwaukee (all fully vaccinated).  We will also open this to some musical folks from Moldy Jam. Hoping to keep the numbers below 20 so I can share tunes with y'all.

Chris was asked to be at the Microcar museum re-opening in Mazomanie earlier in the day; he spent many hours/months restoring the little cars that got flooded in that terrible rainstorm several years ago. 

Please let us know if you think you might join us for our resurrected spaghetti picnic.

Emily

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