Dave "Kitzonn" Bethlehem, PA 1987 Cougar
Bob "Bobobozo" Charlanza Reading, PA 1992 Mark VII LSC
Carol Charlanza Reading, PA 1992 Mark VII LSC
Rose "FoxesDenMom" Chismar Wilkes Barre, PA 1981 Buick Riviera T-Type
John "OldSchool1" Dancy Philadelphia, PA 1984 Lincoln Mark VII
Scott "LincolnMania" Galen Tremont, PA 1989 Crown Victoria GT
Albert "Popeye" Grochowski Northhampton, PA 1977 Ford F-100 Custom
Anthony "Continental302" Grochowski Northhampton, PA 1990 Mark VII LSC
Jeff "LSCinPA" Hine Wilkes Barre, PA 1981 Buick Riviera T-Type
Joe "MrFixit" Lovern Oaklyn, NJ 1992 Lincoln Mark VII Bill Blass
Humorous best describes today.
Someone noticed that my 1984 had a horsepower adder in the engine bay. It seems that an adjustment made two days prior, still had the holdback wrench on the back of the power steering pump bracket. Too funny.
I felt in good company when Carol and Bob showed up with the gas cap open. Those cap holders really come in handy.
Dave's Cougar was a sight to see. Seems that there a few things missing from his engine bay, like any and all stock parts. It looked and souded nice.
We looked at Anthony's 1990 project. With no major repairs needed, he should have a fun and easy go of it. Ask him about the switch on the windshield.
Carol and Bob's green 1992 LSC was a sweet find. A rare bone stock daily driver for under 5k and less than 100,000 miles is definately a keeper. Bob got to meet his new mechanic, LincolnMania. Scott is good for making laundry lists.
Another of Rose and Jeff's classics, a 1981 Buick Riviera, made the short trip down from Willkes Barre. It properly starts, drives, and stops. Who could ask for anything more?
MrFixit stood around and heckled the coordinator and let me use his tools (for the 15th time).
The next cruise will be July 10, 2008 4:00 pm to Sundown in Clifton Heights, PA!