Re: [Chrysler300] The Future of the Listserver
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Re: [Chrysler300] The Future of the Listserver





Bill,
 
Good to hear your positive comments about our Club's site!
 
Also, we look forward to you attending our upcoming Meets. It's still in planning stages, but our Fall 2017 Meet will be somewhere in the Carolinas region - not far from you in Florida. We had some first-time attendees at last week's Elkhart Lake, WI Meet, and they all had wonderful experiences. They were warmly welcomed by our 100+ members in attendance. If you have a Letter Car to bring along - either under its own power, or towed, great! Or if you have a non-Letter 300, or a Mopar of any year, great! Or a non-Mopar - still great! I personally was somewhat reluctant to start attending Meets, and decided to pass on Carlton Schroeder's Eagle River, WI Meet a few years ago, and I still regret my decision. I did drive my 300-F to the Branson, MO Meet, and have attended all our Club's Meets ever since.
 
Your fellow Floridian, Marshall Goodknight, along with his cousins John and Bob, drove his '55 C-300 to Elkhart Lake from Vero Beach, and won our Meet's Long-Distance Award! Two of our attendees even brought the fellows who restored their Letter Cars - and these restorers had a great time drilling our judges and car owners about the particulars of the 300s, adding knowledge to their mental databases for tweaking these beauties, and for restoring more Letter Cars in the future. By the way, the two cars restored by these fellows - a white 300-C convertible and a black 300-C coupe - each scored over 900 points in their Concours judging. And a black 300-F convertible fell just below the 900-point bogey. Our Elkhart Lake attendees were treated to a truly special gathering of Letter Cars and other Mopars. We had 27 Letter Cars, in spite of another 10 Letter Cars that had been promised in our registration forms, but for various reasons did not make it to the Meet. Seeing Joe Jordan's black 4-speed 300-F coupe, formerly owned by Wayne Graefen, which was our Meet's Best of Show winner, was a very special treat.
 
Driving our 300s on the road, as they were built to cruise, is always a special experience - I've driven my F over 22,000 miles these past 3 years, and am looking forward to cruising to our 2017 Meets - New York in early May, and Carolinas in the Fall. We welcome all Club members to join in on the comeraderie of these Meets!
 
Noel Hastalis
Burr Ridge, IL
300-F coupe


From: "William Huff czbill@xxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]" <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Chrysler300" <chrysler300@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, September 30, 2016 9:28:55 AM
Subject: Re: [Chrysler300] The Future of the Listserver

 

I enjoy reading the posts (which I don't have to read following posts
if I don't want to. But although I've never met anyone from the
club, I feel as though I've learned to know some of you through your
posts. I belong to several other forums as well, unless there is
personal interaction on a specific post, it is very impersonal. And
I seldom browse the different forums that don't apply to my
vehicle, it just takes too much time. The way it is now I get to
see a variety of people's views as well as different types of
vehicles problems and triumphs.


Bill Huff





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