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Volume 47#6

June/July 2017

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President's Message from the WPC News Magazine    


Volume 47 Number 06

June/July 2017


Board Elections

As no one decided to run for the National Board this year, the three incumbents Ken Angyal, Wayne Simonson and Terry Williams will serve for another three-year term as provided for our bylaws. Our thanks to them for their dedication

to the club.


Tacoma National Meet


All is ready for our meet in Tacoma, Washington, it marks our first West Coast visit in seven years and our first return to Washington state since 1991. We have members coming from across the globe for this meet that will afford us the opportunity to see more old cars in one week then many of us will see in a year. There is still time to join us for a fun week in the beautiful pacific Northwest.


What is an Historic Mopar


Which of the vehicles that Chrysler Corporation and its related companies built is truly historic and why? Help us determine which vehicles are truly significant in Mopar history and should be  in a museum designed to tell the Mopar story.Inside this issue is an article asking for your nominations for these most interesting Mopars. We will take nominations until the end of 2017 and then put the list up for vote and see what Mopar enthusiasts choose as significant.  Please ask your friends for their ideas as well, all opinions are welcome. We look forward to seeing your Nominations.


Until Next Time, Keep America Beautiful, Drive Your Mopar


Dick Bowman



















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