September we will most likely do an Ice Cream Cruise so we can still have something to do.
Last updated: 7/26/2016 4:30pm
Working with the Penn Forest Fire Company we've been able to establish this years cruise dates. Please take note that they are not on the same Friday and each month. September was completely booked so we had to push to the first Friday of October.
Public Interest Story:
In mid winter of 2014 my wife and I took a weeks vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. During the week of relaxation I happen to be lounging by the pool when next to me was this couple who turned to be from California. I went on to say that I was involved with the Jukebox Cruisers and was explaining what we were planning for that year for the club.
Before we parted ways he handed me a business card with his name and club affiliation, 'Motherlode Cruisers'. When I got home the next week I sent him an email and since that time we've been communicating ever since.
The pictures below are of his 1950 Chevy HT and a parade in December 2015 showing some of the toys collected that they donate to the California Highway Patrol to be given to needy children for Christmas.
Tim Koch - Secretary & Webmaster
Founded in 2001, our purpose is to provide a social organization for those interested in the promotion and development of classic, antique and special interest vehicles in the carbon county, PA and surrounding areas and to unite others with similar interests.
You may be an owner or just love to be around old vehicles, it's up to you. During the fare weather months from April through September we host friday evening cruises at the Penn Forest Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 located between Jim Thorpe and Lake Harmony on Route 903. Check our calendar page for more information on the cruises, car shows and other relative automotive events.
Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday evening at 7pm of each month at the Mauch Chunk Rod & Gun Club. The club is located at the end of Reservoir Road, Jim Thorpe, PA (vacinity of Route 903/North Street near the Jim Thorpe Monument).
Cam Woolcott, Jr.
1950 Chevy HT
Concept Cars of the 1950's
Thanks Cam for the use of your photos.
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