PUBLISHER’S LETTER

By Staff

Our weather in the East has taken a turn for the better as I
write this letter. Graduations are taking place across the nation,
signaling the end of the school year and the beginning of summer.
Now is the time to turn one’s thoughts to the out of doors and
particularly to the scheduling of engine shows to be attended in
the next few months.

We are happy to have Mr. Wendel back in the issue, and to see
some of the rare iron his group found on their recent trip to
Australia. In addition, Helen French’s column gives some varied
opinion on what makes for a good show. It is also our pleasure to
include Cliff Northcote’s EDGE&TA Column again this month.
We just read a letter from a subscriber complaining about the
inclusion of new farm equipment at showsperhaps many would agree.
As always, it’s best to direct any comments about shows
directly to their organizers, as they are the folks who bring your
suggestions into their meetings.

If you pick up an engine this spring or summer at a swap meet or
show, be sure to take ‘before’ pictures right away, so that
you can send them to us later and tell your entire restoration
story, when the job’s complete. As always, enjoy yourselves and
be safe!

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