OREGON REGION OF THE CLASSIC
CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
CCCA year started with our traditional Valentine’s Day
brunch, where 50 or our members and guests enjoyed the
Roger Eddy “goat trail” tour, the great Multnomah Falls
brunch and a tour of the Asbahr’s cattle farm (with a
few old cars mixed in). In March, we had a good tech
session led by Bob Earls on trouble shooting car issues
and preparing your car for tours. If you missed this
tech session, we will be having another in August.
recently spoke with Howard Freedman about working in a
member’s garage tour, and we both concluded we have a
very busy club schedule this year. I won’t elaborate on
each event, as you can go to our website and see the
entire schedule, but I will highlight our major
outings. By the time this publication reaches you, our
3-day Long Beach tour will be history. On May 21st,
we will have a one day covered bridge tour, led by Bill
Price, which will end with wine tasting at a very
private winery. June 12th, will be our
annual Strawberry Social at the Jabs, Eagle Creek
Lavender Farm and July 23rd and 24th
will be the overnight Mosier Tunnel tour (100 year
celebration), organized by Robert Douglas. September
10-18 is our annual weeklong tour, which will be to
central and southeastern Oregon (the Steens Mountains).
As you can see, our tour committee (Roger Eddy, Robert
Douglas, George Potter and Howard Freedman) and others
are busy planning our events.
information will be forthcoming on each event, and if
you have ideas or suggestions, please get them to me or
any board member. This is your club, and we want to
organize activities that you want to attend.
has a new 4’ long banner that can hang from a folding
table to use at events to promote our club and new
membership. If you know of an appropriate event, or if
you want to use it to promote our club, please contact
to update our website to include photos of member’s
vehicles, so please forward good quality
photos of your car(s) to George Potter at
You have the option of
having your name listed or not—just let George know.
Our club has three ways to
communicate with you—our monthly Brake Cables, our
quarterly Hood Release and our wonderful website
produced and updated by
George Potter. Please do not hesitate to offer comments
and suggestions that will benefit our club.
forward to an event filled Oregon Region CCCA 2016.