Club Photos

August General Meeting Presentation

Marlin Clark, 1948 Soapbox Derby Champion

This is the car that won the race in 1948. Marlin built the car from the ground up.
Marlin Clark displays his trophy for winning the 1948 All American Soap Box Derby.
Marlin Clark circa 1948.
Letter from Nebraska Governor Val Peterson.
Proud Mom and Son.

Garage Sale Tour

Dave came prepared to find a lot of good stuff.
Marie scored right away.
Dave found a good way of keeping track of Jon. I need more cow bell.
We are a “fun” group.
Jon Herd chauffeuring Jean to all the good sales.

July General Meeting Presentation

Charley McCandless and his vintage auto’s. Also a brief history of McCandless Tile

Jon Herd sells 50/50 tickets to Garrett Green and assures him that his tickets are the winning tickets. He tells that to everyone though.
Some of Charley’s cars at Hart Park after the May Festival Parade.
Charley and Bessie out for a jaunt.
Picture was published in the Orange County Register in 1964. Charley with his sons and grandsons.
Orange Plaza – Tile set by Charles McCandless in 1934.
Disneyland Tomorrowland Mural by McCandless Tile.
Cambridge elementary school. Tile set by Charles McCandless in 1952.

Memorial Day Celebration at Fairhaven Cemetery

Tour to Flo’s Cafe and Bob Cashman Hanger

Lt. Bob Cashman
10 Model T’s, 2 Model TT’s, 1 Model A and a 1941 Packard. Touring in style.

Thursday evening work Party at Jack Smith’s

The patient………
The Dr. ……….
Rich Dobson, John Von Karvaly, Garrett Green, Larry Walker, Dave Seiler, Jack Smith and Stan Faulwetter all pitching in.

History of the Model T During WWI – Bob Cashman Presentation

Trinity United Presbyterian Church National Tour Presentation by Robin Fry

Orange May Festival Parade

Tustin Memorial Academy

Learning how to start a car the hard way.
Ready for a cruise on the town
Even the teachers got in the spirit.
The kids all had questions about the Model T’s
Dave Seiler and Fred Spivey trying to answer all the questions
The kids were all decked out in there early 1900’s outfits
Tustin Memorial Academy 3rd graders learning about how things were in the early 1900’s

Tour to Frisco’s Carhop and Whittier Museum

Jack giving the pre tour briefing.
Dave enjoys lunch with the Landeros family.
The Smith bothers enjoying the Frisco’s vibe.
Jack and Stan checking out the cars at Frisco’s.
Jean recruiting new members for the club.
Audrey Smith showing her nutty carhop talent.

Thursday Evening “Model T Work Party” at Rich Dobson’s

Jess Landeros brought chicken dinner for the group. Like they say, winner, winner chicken dinner.

Garrett Green did a presentation on storage batteries.

Sonny IV, Sonny III, Stan and Jess listen as Garrett does his presentation on storage batteries. Great information.
Ray, Sonny III, Sonny IV and Jess getting ready to indulge in a chicken dinner before the presentation.

Babbitting Presentation

Great presentation on babbitting. Sonny plans a hands-on demonstration in the near future.

Inspection Tour

Accessories Presentation

Work Party at Jack Smith’s

Almost made it to the Shelby Museum…….
Dr. Green says this doesn’t look good, we must operate.
Mission Accomplished….how many model t guys does it take to remove a body????

Tour to the Orange County Model A Club Pancake Breakfast

OC Model T Club has arrived……..
Dave trying to round ’em up for breakfast.
Stan and Jack checking out the A’s.
Kathy Glendinning and Jon Herd
Tim and Nancy O’Gorman were feeling lucky at the raffle.
The Jess Landeros family strikes a pose.
Mother-Son duo Lorna Deshane and Fred Spivey
Some are faster eaters than Jean. We all enjoyed the breakfast.
Lorna, Dale and Barbera got to park with the A’s