Aberdeen, WA was the location for the July 22nd, 2006 meeting of the NW chapter. We attended the Orphan Car Show, and had 7 Hudsons in attendance. It was a very beautiful, but very hot (mid 90's) day.
Daphne Dike had her '51 Pacemaker Convertible, Dave Keister drove his '39 Railton, Roy Mendenhall came with his '52 Hornet, Jeremy Simmons came in his '53 Hornet, Pete and Steve Welzbacker came down in a '40 Hudson Coupe, Fred Connors was in his '49 Super Six, and Mary Jane and Ken Hall came in their '54 Hornet Convertible (which won the "People's Choice" trophy!). We were able to enjoy the Art Walk, local stores, live music, and, of course, the kicking of tires and talking story.
A fun day in Aberdeen, and we thank Clyde Brown and company for putting it all together!
(Click on any picture below to enlarge!)
Daphne's '51 Pacemaker Convertible
Roy's '52 Hornet
Fred's '49 Super Six
Mary Jane and Ken's '54 Hornet Convertible
Welzbacker's '40 Hudson Coupe
Jeremy's '53 Hornet
Dave's '39 Railton
Dave and Pete
Mary Jane and Ken
Enjoying the Shade
Other Orphans at the Show:
At the show were a '47 Frazer, '58 Nash Metropolitan, '52 Henry J Vagabond, '41 Graham Hollywood (Supercharged), '57 Nash Metropolitan Convertible, '58 Nash Metropolitan Convertible, '57 Nash Metropolitan Hardtop, '59 Nash Metropolitan Pickup (modified), '63 Studebaker Lark, '56 Packard Caribbean Convertible, '56 Packard Clipper Super, '50 MG Y series, '51 Plymouth Cranbrook, '61 Corvair Lakewood, and a '35 Ford being raffled off to raise funds for the Race for the Cure. ($20/ticket--e-mail me if you want the contact info to buy a ticket!)