| June/July 2000

Soon, June will be 'bustin' out all over,' we presume, and Flag Day celebrations will begin! Our young subscribers will be pouring out of schoolhouse doors, ready to go out and get greasy at engine shows! There are lots of auctions to attend, so we are hoping there will be a whole new raft of restoration stories as engines held in private collections for many years at last change hands to new owners. Don't forget that YOUR story will be interesting to your fellow collectors, just as news of YOUR show will be!

We still have copies of our 2000 Show Directory available for sale, so do order one if you haven't already. We have had lots of nice compliments about the book, now 336 pages. Accept no substitutes-ours is the 'original article' and still the most useful and complete!

So, enjoy yourself as the bigger club gatherings and reunions begin, and be sure to think of us, especially when you see rare engines!


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