|~HISTORY OF THE MASCC~
|Here are the photos that record the History of the club through the
years. When we started, it was true junkyard motors and restored cars.
I remember putting together our first flathead with pigeon dropping
covered rods from Willie Wust's garage attic, Dad and I assembled it in
a shed one evening by trouble light as it rained outside. Total cost was
$25. And this was normal at the time. From these humble beginnings,
our club grew and we raced at many nice venues: Fonda, 5 Mile Point,
Brookfield, eventually branching out to New Venture (Uticar-Rome),
Dundee, Woodhull, Lebanon Valley and Penn Can. It was a lot of fun,
wish we could do it again.
These photographs are from many collections; Carl Carpenter, Richard
Ackerman, Mel Ogden, myself and some recently sent to me from current
MVSCC member Ed Rohr - thank you to all.
|"The Way We Were"
|More to come..