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Volume 49#06


1932 Dodge Roadster



President's Message from the WPC News Magazine    


Volume 49 Number 06

June/July 2018


Chattanooga National Meet


I am just back from a most enjoyable meet hosted by the members of our Tennessee Valley Region. Hats off to every one of the members for all their efforts in making this meet special. The meet did have few interesting vehicles show up, a 1957 DeSoto Shopper wagon was shown and a second, unrestored one turned up as well.  The meet also had 2 1964 Chrysler New Yorker Salons present, and a 1954 and 1955 Chrysler Crown Imperial. It just goes to show that you never know what will be at one of our meets.


Auburn Hills National 2019

Planning is aldready well along on next year/s meet to be hald in Auburn Hills, Michigan very near FCA's headquarters north of Detroit.  Tours are being finzlied andwe will tell you about them soon.  It occues during Woodward Dream Cruise Week and the hotel is very near to Woodward, so you can motor over there and see all of the festivities.  Because of this special event, the hotel had a three day minimum stay for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.  We are arranging a space to park to watch the Cruise go by on Saturday.  Again, alld etails will be announced shortly.

Board Meeting in Chatanooga

The board met and re-elected the current slate of officers for another year.  We also discussed future National Meets and are looking for regions to host future meets.  If your region is interested please call Pat Opipari and let us know.  We also discussed the formation of an independent no profit foundation to raise funds for a Chrysler Museum in the future. We have nothing specific just yet but are making progress on this project.  We'll keep you informed of developments as the occur

Photo Meet Correction

I made an error (last issue) with one of the stories for the Photo Meet and did not get the correct story for John Regan's beautiful 1933 Chrysler CT Royal Eight Convertible Sedan.   It appears in this issue.  My apologies.


Until Next Time,

Richard Bowman




























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