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Re: hey folks I WON

fred@...
 

I think I have a story for the Quarterly! Thanx Paul

Re: hey folks I WON

Terrance Robinson
 

persistence pays off!

On Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 8:36 PM, paul <bikertrash@...> wrote:
some may remember several weeks ago I posted about getting the model year corrected on a '47 convertible I had purchased.   after nearly three months I have the authorization in my grubby fist. I can go to the local BMV and the '47 will become a properly titled '47 CC rather than a '49 as the title claimed.  I was blatantly lied to, given incorrect procedures, supplied with half answers to questions I didn't ask, ignored on questions I did ask, and sent on wild goose chases. I was told to have the car inspected by the State Patrol as an assembled hot rod or a rebuilt totaled wreck, the OSP acted like I was crazy, the Crosley didn't fit their criteria. I was told to have the VIN verified like bringing in an out of state car to be titled in Ohio, it was already on an Ohio title. I was instructed to put it back on the trailer and return 250 miles to the county where I purchased it because they had mis-keyed the year, but I could prove the title said 1949 at least 3 owners and 2 counties back, dating to before 1993. I learned that Ohio had gone digital in 1993 and flushed all inactive titles out of the system then, any vehicle in a barn or garage without current 1993 license and a lost title no longer existed. the state did not micro film those titles, there was no record and no way to get a new title. cars suddenly needed a title to be junked, without one a vehicle had to be illegally cut up and destroyed to be scrapped. it is not legal to remove a VIN plate, nor is it legal to scrap parts of a car that show any VIN identification. I was accused of trying to steal the identity of previous owners, most of them likely deceased. ever get the feeling that everyone is saying "go away, bother some one else?"  I think that is what the state was trying to tell me.
I was trying to be cheap and only pay for one title, do the transfer and correction at the same time. this was my mistake. I was told that the correction had been approved and the Memorial Day holiday probably was holding up the mail, a full week after the holiday. no-one in the Columbus (state capital) office could get their computer to tell who had typed the letter or where it was mailed to, only that it was approved and mailed. finally I put the title in my name, then I got lucky, a clerk knew who typed and mailed the decisions of such requests. even though I had supplied them with a copy of the back of the previous title, assigning ownership to me, also my name and phone number for the examiner to get answers to any question he might have, he did not contact or talk to me. the examiner and supervisor of the area, a Mr. Karim Aba, didn't return my calls nor answer emails because he was too busy (on the clock??) preparing to vacation out of the country for a month. talking to this clerk she claimed the letter could not be sent to me because I was not the owner. lastly I convinced her to check her computer, lo and behold I am the official owner, the new title says so. now sweet as candy she can approach the temporary supervisor to approve retyping the authorization and mailing it to me. "this might take a few days." 17 calendar days later I can say I have experienced the system and persevered, the letter came today. she ain't a beautiful car but my proper 1947 CC convertible is coming to Wauseon.
Paul Rinehart








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Hurt not the Earth neither the Sea. Nor the Trees.                         Revelation 7:3  
"A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."   
                                                                            President Dwight D. Eisenhower 
"The only thing to buy on credit is your casket."                       James A Michener
Debt is "anything that you pay today for yesterday's living"              Ruth Hayden
A model of Christian Charity: "We are all responsible (institutions and individuals)    to each other and to serve the common good"              Gov. John Winthrop 1630

Re: Year of Manufacture plate on car

Terrance Robinson
 

I

On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 10:39 AM, Carol Lussky via Groups.Io <sarbuddy@...> wrote:

I’m sure every state is different but in Illinois you plate your vehicle with current plates (antique or otherwise) but the state allows you to display on the car a year of manufacture plate as long as the valid current plate is inside the car.

 

Carol

 

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From: paul
Sent: Tuesday, July 3, 2018 8:06 AM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] hey folks I WON

 

I must apologize for the length of my story but I had to share, I was ecstatic.  I only wanted my insurer to know exactly what he was covering and to be able to place a 1947 license plate on the CC Crosley. one would think I was trying to deed the governor's mansion into my name, lower the interest rates on some clerk's 401K, and prevent her next grandchild from being born. I was asking to CHANGE HISTORY.  to be fair, I did run into several nice, helpful BMV employees, more than half of the folks I encountered.  the rest of the civil servants couldn't be bothered to set their coffee cups down and be civil. had just one known or taken the time in the beginning to tell me "don't be cheap, streamlining doesn't work, title it in your name first," I could have avoided much of the hassle and saved half of the time. this morning I'm off to the local BMV office with a smile on my face.
  Paul Rinehart

On 7/3/2018 7:40 AM, Richard Ranch via Groups.Io wrote:

Ah yes, the DMV shuffle. I have experienced it before. Five different individuals telling me five separate things, none of them accurate. Big government bureaucracy at it's finest. Nobody wants to help, they just want you to move along. 

 

 




--
Hurt not the Earth neither the Sea. Nor the Trees.                         Revelation 7:3  
"A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."   
                                                                            President Dwight D. Eisenhower 
"The only thing to buy on credit is your casket."                       James A Michener
Debt is "anything that you pay today for yesterday's living"              Ruth Hayden
A model of Christian Charity: "We are all responsible (institutions and individuals)    to each other and to serve the common good"              Gov. John Winthrop 1630

Year of Manufacture plate on car

Terrance Robinson
 

In Michigan , The Antique plates are only good for 10 years, and you have to have insurance every year. In Oregon, Antique plates are good for the life of the owner-no sales tax there either.
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--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul <bikertrash@...>
Date: Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Year of Manufacture plate on car
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io


no problem Carol. Ohio is the same way when one wants YOM plates.  I was just sharing being thrilled to get things straightened out after almost 3 months of grief.   Paul

On 7/3/2018 1:46 PM, Carol Lussky via Groups.Io wrote:

Sorry…I learned my lesson about going all the way back and read all the emails before responding….my message has nothing to do with the original post.  Sorry about that.

 

Carol

 






--
Hurt not the Earth neither the Sea. Nor the Trees.                         Revelation 7:3  
"A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both."   
                                                                            President Dwight D. Eisenhower 
"The only thing to buy on credit is your casket."                       James A Michener
Debt is "anything that you pay today for yesterday's living"              Ruth Hayden
A model of Christian Charity: "We are all responsible (institutions and individuals)    to each other and to serve the common good"              Gov. John Winthrop 1630

Re: Year of Manufacture plate on car

paul
 

no problem Carol. Ohio is the same way when one wants YOM plates.  I was just sharing being thrilled to get things straightened out after almost 3 months of grief.   Paul

On 7/3/2018 1:46 PM, Carol Lussky via Groups.Io wrote:

Sorry…I learned my lesson about going all the way back and read all the emails before responding….my message has nothing to do with the original post.  Sorry about that.

 

Carol

 



Re: Year of Manufacture plate on car

Carol Lussky
 
Edited

Sorry…I learned my lesson about going all the way back and read all the emails before responding….my message has nothing to do with the original post.  Sorry about that.

 

Carol

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Carol Lussky via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, July 3, 2018 12:39 PM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: [Crosley-Gang] Year of Manufacture plate on car

 

I’m sure every state is different but in Illinois you plate your vehicle with current plates (antique or otherwise) but the state allows you to display on the car a year of manufacture plate as long as the valid current plate is inside the car.

 

Carol

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: paul
Sent: Tuesday, July 3, 2018 8:06 AM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] hey folks I WON

 

I must apologize for the length of my story but I had to share, I was ecstatic.  I only wanted my insurer to know exactly what he was covering and to be able to place a 1947 license plate on the CC Crosley. one would think I was trying to deed the governor's mansion into my name, lower the interest rates on some clerk's 401K, and prevent her next grandchild from being born. I was asking to CHANGE HISTORY.  to be fair, I did run into several nice, helpful BMV employees, more than half of the folks I encountered.  the rest of the civil servants couldn't be bothered to set their coffee cups down and be civil. had just one known or taken the time in the beginning to tell me "don't be cheap, streamlining doesn't work, title it in your name first," I could have avoided much of the hassle and saved half of the time. this morning I'm off to the local BMV office with a smile on my face.
  Paul Rinehart

On 7/3/2018 7:40 AM, Richard Ranch via Groups.Io wrote:

Ah yes, the DMV shuffle. I have experienced it before. Five different individuals telling me five separate things, none of them accurate. Big government bureaucracy at it's finest. Nobody wants to help, they just want you to move along. 

 

 

 

Year of Manufacture plate on car

Carol Lussky
 
Edited

I’m sure every state is different but in Illinois you plate your vehicle with current plates (antique or otherwise) but the state allows you to display on the car a year of manufacture plate as long as the valid current plate is inside the car.

 

Carol

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: paul
Sent: Tuesday, July 3, 2018 8:06 AM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] hey folks I WON

 

I must apologize for the length of my story but I had to share, I was ecstatic.  I only wanted my insurer to know exactly what he was covering and to be able to place a 1947 license plate on the CC Crosley. one would think I was trying to deed the governor's mansion into my name, lower the interest rates on some clerk's 401K, and prevent her next grandchild from being born. I was asking to CHANGE HISTORY.  to be fair, I did run into several nice, helpful BMV employees, more than half of the folks I encountered.  the rest of the civil servants couldn't be bothered to set their coffee cups down and be civil. had just one known or taken the time in the beginning to tell me "don't be cheap, streamlining doesn't work, title it in your name first," I could have avoided much of the hassle and saved half of the time. this morning I'm off to the local BMV office with a smile on my face.
  Paul Rinehart

On 7/3/2018 7:40 AM, Richard Ranch via Groups.Io wrote:

Ah yes, the DMV shuffle. I have experienced it before. Five different individuals telling me five separate things, none of them accurate. Big government bureaucracy at it's finest. Nobody wants to help, they just want you to move along. 

 

 

my 71 year old vanity plate

paul
 
Edited

the sun continues to smile on my 1947 Crosley ownership and title correction. we all need a smile, so here goes.  this morning I cruised eBay for a 1947 Ohio license plate, I found
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
 and bought it. I will swear I ordered it special and it stands for  Before it Was titled as a 49 let's see Ohio throw a roadblock at this....  ;-) Paul

Re: hey folks I WON

paul
 

I must apologize for the length of my story but I had to share, I was ecstatic.  I only wanted my insurer to know exactly what he was covering and to be able to place a 1947 license plate on the CC Crosley. one would think I was trying to deed the governor's mansion into my name, lower the interest rates on some clerk's 401K, and prevent her next grandchild from being born. I was asking to CHANGE HISTORY.  to be fair, I did run into several nice, helpful BMV employees, more than half of the folks I encountered.  the rest of the civil servants couldn't be bothered to set their coffee cups down and be civil. had just one known or taken the time in the beginning to tell me "don't be cheap, streamlining doesn't work, title it in your name first," I could have avoided much of the hassle and saved half of the time. this morning I'm off to the local BMV office with a smile on my face.
  Paul Rinehart

On 7/3/2018 7:40 AM, Richard Ranch via Groups.Io wrote:
Ah yes, the DMV shuffle. I have experienced it before. Five different individuals telling me five separate things, none of them accurate. Big government bureaucracy at it's finest. Nobody wants to help, they just want you to move along. 

Re: Looking for Crosley beauty rings

Dave Shipman
 

Well I know a lot of people tried the beauty rings from Mike’s hubcaps- I’m one of them, but someone mentioned the mooneyes one’s a few months ago but at that time- nobody had ordered a set from them to see if they fit. Guess I’m wondering if anyone out there has specifically tried this brand- ANYONE?
Thanks for the replies!!

Re: hey folks I WON

Richard Ranch
 

Ah yes, the DMV shuffle. I have experienced it before. Five different individuals telling me five separate things, none of them accurate. Big government bureaucracy at it's finest. Nobody wants to help, they just want you to move along. 


On Tuesday, July 3, 2018, 3:59:45 AM PDT, crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:


Sorry you had to go through all that Paul !  I look forward to seeing you and your '47 at Wauseon !  Please look me up, so we can at least shake hands !          Jeffrey Ackerman

On Mon, Jul 2, 2018, 11:36 PM paul <bikertrash@...> wrote:
some may remember several weeks ago I posted about getting the model
year corrected on a '47 convertible I had purchased.   after nearly
three months I have the authorization in my grubby fist. I can go to the
local BMV and the '47 will become a properly titled '47 CC rather than a
'49 as the title claimed.  I was blatantly lied to, given incorrect
procedures, supplied with half answers to questions I didn't ask,
ignored on questions I did ask, and sent on wild goose chases. I was
told to have the car inspected by the State Patrol as an assembled hot
rod or a rebuilt totaled wreck, the OSP acted like I was crazy, the
Crosley didn't fit their criteria. I was told to have the VIN verified
like bringing in an out of state car to be titled in Ohio, it was
already on an Ohio title. I was instructed to put it back on the trailer
and return 250 miles to the county where I purchased it because they had
mis-keyed the year, but I could prove the title said 1949 at least 3
owners and 2 counties back, dating to before 1993. I learned that Ohio
had gone digital in 1993 and flushed all inactive titles out of the
system then, any vehicle in a barn or garage without current 1993
license and a lost title no longer existed. the state did not micro film
those titles, there was no record and no way to get a new title. cars
suddenly needed a title to be junked, without one a vehicle had to be
illegally cut up and destroyed to be scrapped. it is not legal to remove
a VIN plate, nor is it legal to scrap parts of a car that show any VIN
identification. I was accused of trying to steal the identity of
previous owners, most of them likely deceased. ever get the feeling that
everyone is saying "go away, bother some one else?"  I think that is
what the state was trying to tell me.
I was trying to be cheap and only pay for one title, do the transfer and
correction at the same time. this was my mistake. I was told that the
correction had been approved and the Memorial Day holiday probably was
holding up the mail, a full week after the holiday. no-one in the
Columbus (state capital) office could get their computer to tell who had
typed the letter or where it was mailed to, only that it was approved
and mailed. finally I put the title in my name, then I got lucky, a
clerk knew who typed and mailed the decisions of such requests. even
though I had supplied them with a copy of the back of the previous
title, assigning ownership to me, also my name and phone number for the
examiner to get answers to any question he might have, he did not
contact or talk to me. the examiner and supervisor of the area, a Mr.
Karim Aba, didn't return my calls nor answer emails because he was too
busy (on the clock??) preparing to vacation out of the country for a
month. talking to this clerk she claimed the letter could not be sent to
me because I was not the owner. lastly I convinced her to check her
computer, lo and behold I am the official owner, the new title says so.
now sweet as candy she can approach the temporary supervisor to approve
retyping the authorization and mailing it to me. "this might take a few
days." 17 calendar days later I can say I have experienced the system
and persevered, the letter came today. she ain't a beautiful car but my
proper 1947 CC convertible is coming to Wauseon.
Paul Rinehart





Re: hey folks I WON

Barry Smedley
 

Wow!

 

Barry Smedley

 

From: Crosley-Gang@groups.io [mailto:Crosley-Gang@groups.io] On Behalf Of crosleyshortsport
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2018 7:00 AM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] hey folks I WON

 

Sorry you had to go through all that Paul !  I look forward to seeing you and your '47 at Wauseon !  Please look me up, so we can at least shake hands !          Jeffrey Ackerman

 

On Mon, Jul 2, 2018, 11:36 PM paul <bikertrash@...> wrote:

some may remember several weeks ago I posted about getting the model
year corrected on a '47 convertible I had purchased.   after nearly
three months I have the authorization in my grubby fist. I can go to the
local BMV and the '47 will become a properly titled '47 CC rather than a
'49 as the title claimed.  I was blatantly lied to, given incorrect
procedures, supplied with half answers to questions I didn't ask,
ignored on questions I did ask, and sent on wild goose chases. I was
told to have the car inspected by the State Patrol as an assembled hot
rod or a rebuilt totaled wreck, the OSP acted like I was crazy, the
Crosley didn't fit their criteria. I was told to have the VIN verified
like bringing in an out of state car to be titled in Ohio, it was
already on an Ohio title. I was instructed to put it back on the trailer
and return 250 miles to the county where I purchased it because they had
mis-keyed the year, but I could prove the title said 1949 at least 3
owners and 2 counties back, dating to before 1993. I learned that Ohio
had gone digital in 1993 and flushed all inactive titles out of the
system then, any vehicle in a barn or garage without current 1993
license and a lost title no longer existed. the state did not micro film
those titles, there was no record and no way to get a new title. cars
suddenly needed a title to be junked, without one a vehicle had to be
illegally cut up and destroyed to be scrapped. it is not legal to remove
a VIN plate, nor is it legal to scrap parts of a car that show any VIN
identification. I was accused of trying to steal the identity of
previous owners, most of them likely deceased. ever get the feeling that
everyone is saying "go away, bother some one else?"  I think that is
what the state was trying to tell me.
I was trying to be cheap and only pay for one title, do the transfer and
correction at the same time. this was my mistake. I was told that the
correction had been approved and the Memorial Day holiday probably was
holding up the mail, a full week after the holiday. no-one in the
Columbus (state capital) office could get their computer to tell who had
typed the letter or where it was mailed to, only that it was approved
and mailed. finally I put the title in my name, then I got lucky, a
clerk knew who typed and mailed the decisions of such requests. even
though I had supplied them with a copy of the back of the previous
title, assigning ownership to me, also my name and phone number for the
examiner to get answers to any question he might have, he did not
contact or talk to me. the examiner and supervisor of the area, a Mr.
Karim Aba, didn't return my calls nor answer emails because he was too
busy (on the clock??) preparing to vacation out of the country for a
month. talking to this clerk she claimed the letter could not be sent to
me because I was not the owner. lastly I convinced her to check her
computer, lo and behold I am the official owner, the new title says so.
now sweet as candy she can approach the temporary supervisor to approve
retyping the authorization and mailing it to me. "this might take a few
days." 17 calendar days later I can say I have experienced the system
and persevered, the letter came today. she ain't a beautiful car but my
proper 1947 CC convertible is coming to Wauseon.
Paul Rinehart




Re: hey folks I WON

crosleyshortsport
 

Sorry you had to go through all that Paul !  I look forward to seeing you and your '47 at Wauseon !  Please look me up, so we can at least shake hands !          Jeffrey Ackerman


On Mon, Jul 2, 2018, 11:36 PM paul <bikertrash@...> wrote:
some may remember several weeks ago I posted about getting the model
year corrected on a '47 convertible I had purchased.   after nearly
three months I have the authorization in my grubby fist. I can go to the
local BMV and the '47 will become a properly titled '47 CC rather than a
'49 as the title claimed.  I was blatantly lied to, given incorrect
procedures, supplied with half answers to questions I didn't ask,
ignored on questions I did ask, and sent on wild goose chases. I was
told to have the car inspected by the State Patrol as an assembled hot
rod or a rebuilt totaled wreck, the OSP acted like I was crazy, the
Crosley didn't fit their criteria. I was told to have the VIN verified
like bringing in an out of state car to be titled in Ohio, it was
already on an Ohio title. I was instructed to put it back on the trailer
and return 250 miles to the county where I purchased it because they had
mis-keyed the year, but I could prove the title said 1949 at least 3
owners and 2 counties back, dating to before 1993. I learned that Ohio
had gone digital in 1993 and flushed all inactive titles out of the
system then, any vehicle in a barn or garage without current 1993
license and a lost title no longer existed. the state did not micro film
those titles, there was no record and no way to get a new title. cars
suddenly needed a title to be junked, without one a vehicle had to be
illegally cut up and destroyed to be scrapped. it is not legal to remove
a VIN plate, nor is it legal to scrap parts of a car that show any VIN
identification. I was accused of trying to steal the identity of
previous owners, most of them likely deceased. ever get the feeling that
everyone is saying "go away, bother some one else?"  I think that is
what the state was trying to tell me.
I was trying to be cheap and only pay for one title, do the transfer and
correction at the same time. this was my mistake. I was told that the
correction had been approved and the Memorial Day holiday probably was
holding up the mail, a full week after the holiday. no-one in the
Columbus (state capital) office could get their computer to tell who had
typed the letter or where it was mailed to, only that it was approved
and mailed. finally I put the title in my name, then I got lucky, a
clerk knew who typed and mailed the decisions of such requests. even
though I had supplied them with a copy of the back of the previous
title, assigning ownership to me, also my name and phone number for the
examiner to get answers to any question he might have, he did not
contact or talk to me. the examiner and supervisor of the area, a Mr.
Karim Aba, didn't return my calls nor answer emails because he was too
busy (on the clock??) preparing to vacation out of the country for a
month. talking to this clerk she claimed the letter could not be sent to
me because I was not the owner. lastly I convinced her to check her
computer, lo and behold I am the official owner, the new title says so.
now sweet as candy she can approach the temporary supervisor to approve
retyping the authorization and mailing it to me. "this might take a few
days." 17 calendar days later I can say I have experienced the system
and persevered, the letter came today. she ain't a beautiful car but my
proper 1947 CC convertible is coming to Wauseon.
Paul Rinehart





hey folks I WON

paul
 

some may remember several weeks ago I posted about getting the model year corrected on a '47 convertible I had purchased.   after nearly three months I have the authorization in my grubby fist. I can go to the local BMV and the '47 will become a properly titled '47 CC rather than a '49 as the title claimed.  I was blatantly lied to, given incorrect procedures, supplied with half answers to questions I didn't ask, ignored on questions I did ask, and sent on wild goose chases. I was told to have the car inspected by the State Patrol as an assembled hot rod or a rebuilt totaled wreck, the OSP acted like I was crazy, the Crosley didn't fit their criteria. I was told to have the VIN verified like bringing in an out of state car to be titled in Ohio, it was already on an Ohio title. I was instructed to put it back on the trailer and return 250 miles to the county where I purchased it because they had mis-keyed the year, but I could prove the title said 1949 at least 3 owners and 2 counties back, dating to before 1993. I learned that Ohio had gone digital in 1993 and flushed all inactive titles out of the system then, any vehicle in a barn or garage without current 1993 license and a lost title no longer existed. the state did not micro film those titles, there was no record and no way to get a new title. cars suddenly needed a title to be junked, without one a vehicle had to be illegally cut up and destroyed to be scrapped. it is not legal to remove a VIN plate, nor is it legal to scrap parts of a car that show any VIN identification. I was accused of trying to steal the identity of previous owners, most of them likely deceased. ever get the feeling that everyone is saying "go away, bother some one else?"  I think that is what the state was trying to tell me.
I was trying to be cheap and only pay for one title, do the transfer and correction at the same time. this was my mistake. I was told that the correction had been approved and the Memorial Day holiday probably was holding up the mail, a full week after the holiday. no-one in the Columbus (state capital) office could get their computer to tell who had typed the letter or where it was mailed to, only that it was approved and mailed. finally I put the title in my name, then I got lucky, a clerk knew who typed and mailed the decisions of such requests. even though I had supplied them with a copy of the back of the previous title, assigning ownership to me, also my name and phone number for the examiner to get answers to any question he might have, he did not contact or talk to me. the examiner and supervisor of the area, a Mr. Karim Aba, didn't return my calls nor answer emails because he was too busy (on the clock??) preparing to vacation out of the country for a month. talking to this clerk she claimed the letter could not be sent to me because I was not the owner. lastly I convinced her to check her computer, lo and behold I am the official owner, the new title says so. now sweet as candy she can approach the temporary supervisor to approve retyping the authorization and mailing it to me. "this might take a few days." 17 calendar days later I can say I have experienced the system and persevered, the letter came today. she ain't a beautiful car but my proper 1947 CC convertible is coming to Wauseon.
Paul Rinehart

Re: Looking for Crosley beauty rings

Tim Hamblen
 

They won't fit Crosley wheels. Several have tried the different ones being sold. OEM Crosley beauty rings were chrome plated and getting rare as hen's teeth.

Looking for Crosley beauty rings

Dave Shipman
 

Looking for some nice stainless steel beauty rings for the mini rod... any leads would be greatly appreciated. 
 Anyone purchase those chinese mooneyes rings? How did they work out? See the link below. Sorry I’m missing the nationals, I’ll make it one of these years! Everyone have fun!!

https://global.rakuten.com/en/store/mooneyes/item/879188/

Re: The Youth Project is coming....................

crosleyshortsport
 

I agree,  Ir would be nice to have a photo of both previous youth projects, along with the new youth project that will be presented at the meet !


On Sun, Jul 1, 2018, 8:42 PM crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:
I think Ron usually just shows up and registeres. I have not seen Lizzy in a couple years. 

On Sun, Jul 1, 2018, 2:13 PM Janyne Smith via Groups.Io <Janyne11=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Ron Sypes has not yet registered for Nationals.

Janyne

On Jul 1, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Tim Hamblen via Groups.Io <flinttim@...> wrote:

to the Nats at Wauseon. I know Facebook followers and some of the Gang here have seen it but it will be on display for those who have not. The Boy is quite proud and so is Grandpa.Does anyone know if Lizzie and her car are coming ? I'd sure like to get a picture of the kids and their cars side by side.

Re: The Youth Project is coming....................

crosleyshortsport
 

I think Ron usually just shows up and registeres. I have not seen Lizzy in a couple years. 


On Sun, Jul 1, 2018, 2:13 PM Janyne Smith via Groups.Io <Janyne11=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Ron Sypes has not yet registered for Nationals.

Janyne

On Jul 1, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Tim Hamblen via Groups.Io <flinttim@...> wrote:

to the Nats at Wauseon. I know Facebook followers and some of the Gang here have seen it but it will be on display for those who have not. The Boy is quite proud and so is Grandpa.Does anyone know if Lizzie and her car are coming ? I'd sure like to get a picture of the kids and their cars side by side.

Re: July Crosley of the Month

Deanna Tipton
 

Thank You Jim for choosing my car. I was given the car in 1953. I drove it to school and have many memories, good and bad. I will turn 81 in October and that car has introduced me to some of the nicest people in the country. It has been on the trailer for 3 years. It should be at Wauseon this year as a tribute to the CC class. It is so funny how no matter how long they sit resting, a little gas and a strong battery and they come to life.
Hope to see many of you at the Ohio Region tent  at Runway and Restroom corner. Or.... maybe at the Ohio Region Trading Post.

In a message dated 6/30/2018 11:24:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, Jim@... writes:

Here is the latest CotM
http://crosleyautoclub.com/

I hope you are all packing and loading getting ready to head to Wauseon Ohio for the Crosley Nationals July 12th-14th. I know a few people already traveling with that as a destination and others that will be leaving soon so they can be there for the whole week so they can have as much time as possible to enjoy Crosley Fellowship.
http://crosleyautoclub.com/#Meet

Jim...

Re: The Youth Project is coming....................

Janyne Smith
 

Ron Sypes has not yet registered for Nationals.

Janyne

On Jul 1, 2018, at 2:09 PM, Tim Hamblen via Groups.Io <flinttim@...> wrote:

to the Nats at Wauseon. I know Facebook followers and some of the Gang here have seen it but it will be on display for those who have not. The Boy is quite proud and so is Grandpa.Does anyone know if Lizzie and her car are coming ? I'd sure like to get a picture of the kids and their cars side by side.