The 10th annual Put-in-Bay vintage sports car races event has moved to a new date. The 2018 event will be held September 24-27. Here are some interesting details about the fun event: Latest press release on the 2018 Put-in-Bay event – Click Here Tentative 2018 General Schedule of Events – Click Here 2018 Event[…]
By way of background, each year the Ohio Cobra Club, a 501 (3) (c) non-profit organization, raffles off a Cobra replica of which net proceeds are donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Over the years, in excess of $1,228,000 has been donated to help fight Cystic Fibrosis. OCC thanks everyone who makes a donation or purchases raffle tickets[…]
From Tom Cotter: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> he first thing I notice when I lift the garage door (likely the first time it had been opened in decades) was a rather pedestrian mid-1980s BMW 325ix. That and the crickets. The Bimmer is cool, but I was lured to[…]
High-dollar Ferrari hammers ‘sold,’ former President Bush visits Scottsdale to benefit charity Arizona Auction Week wraps up today with sales continuing at Barrett-Jackson, Russo and Steele and Silver Auctions Arizona, but it will be somewhat anti-climactic after an amazing Saturday. On Saturday, the high-dollar sale of the week was achieved when a 1965 Ferrari 275[…]
On January 20, 2018 GLCC visited GR Auto Gallery and had lunch at Wixom Station. Good day to get out mid-winter, meet and discuss a few topics, share stories with friends and have a nice lunch!
Given the passing this week of Dan Gurney it is appropriate to reminisce his impact on the sport. This is a good article about his improbable 1967 Le Mans victory with A.J. Foyt in the GT40 Mark IV. Click Here!
We will be securing GLCC Club parking again for the 2018 St Johns Concours! More details to follow. To generate excitement about this years event, the Concours staff has published a 2018 Concours Lookbook – click here to view. Enjoy! Jeff
Our friend Jeff Burgy shared is pictorial review of Mecum Auction in Kissimmee Florida – Enjoy!!
Museum’s 5th annual Speaker Series Highlights Variety of Topics Did you know that Henry Ford had experimented with what many consider an “oddball” X-8 engine layout to replace the simple 4-cylinder Model T? Or that Walt Disney had a connection to Kalamazoo and the early development of the Gilmore Car Museum? Have you ever heard[…]
Here is a comparison video showing the differences between 1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe #CSX2287 and 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO #3387. These are undoubtedly 2 of the world’s most important and historically significant race cars, and they were built for 1 purpose only: beating each other on the race track. It is interesting to see[…]
Time for Paul to start another build! This will be his fourth FF build, and the first one that doesn’t look like a Roadster. Paul has always had hie eye on the Type 65 Coupe. When Factory Five announced the Gen 3 Coupe, he started considering it more seriously. Paul’s planning to take hie time with the build.[…]
GLCC joins our friends in the Thunderbird Club for a tour of CHI-Town Union Station model railroad in Union Lake. Details are on our Event Calendar – click here. This is a nationally known and world’s largest O gauge layout that covers over 5,000 sq. ft. It has undergone a recent refresh. We will[…]
Brrrr….its COLD out there!!! But here is a chance to warm up and hang out with friends!! We are combining the January and February meeting on February 3 at Ford’s Garage! Details are on the Event Calendar (click here). Key agenda items include: Financial review New website demo and Q&A Review of 2018 Event Plans[…]
GR Auto Gallery has invited GLCC to view the facility and 150 cars for sale on January 20th at 10:00am. The owner, Brendan Blanchard, will address the group with his view on the collector car hobby. A good opportunity to get out, view some cool cars and have lunch! Details are on the Event[…]
The purpose of this update is to reflect on 2017 and to peek into 2018. Throughout the year you have provided feedback on the Club and the events. Thank you. That feedback has been critical to shaping the Club and creating memorable experiences enjoyable by all. In 2017, we created nearly 40 opportunities to gather,[…]