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Past Penn-Ohio Tours

YEAR DESTINATION TOURMASTERS 1971 1st Penn-Ohio W. Va Tour Jim Erlenbach 1972 Bluegrass Tour to Kentucky Paul Eippert 1973 Gettysburg, PA Earl Smith 1974 Finger Lakes Area of NY Hank Covetta 1975 Dearborn & Battle Creek, MI Bill Murphy 1976 Bicentennial Tour to NY George Harsch & Art Timmis 1977 Skyline Drive-Blue Ridge Mountains Mel […]

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Sending membership dues to…

Please remember to send your current and future Penn-Ohio correspondence and new memberships to the current Penn-Ohio Secretary, Debbie Kempke.  Her address can be found on page 2 of the “A” Quail Call.  Also make sure to make all checks payable to: Penn-Ohio Model “A” Club.  Please make sure that the member has signed and […]

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Addressing A Few Issues

We have updated the member’s database for 2013.  If your dues are not current for the year, your access to the “Members Only” section of the website has been terminated. Some have inquired why you don’t receive an email when the latest issue of the “A” Quail Call is available online.  Penn-Ohio does not have […]

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Sales, sales, sales!

Check out our Merchandise Section for Inventory Reduction Sales.  Hurry, as some items are on limited supply!

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Jumping Gear

If you have a Model A that jumps time, check the distributor/oil pump gear.  The later models gears were pressed on the shaft and could slip. This tech tip was provided by John Walliser and was printed in the Jan./Feb. 1987 “A” Quail Call.

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Seatbelts For Your Model A

Whether we drive the highways or back roads of our areas, we all take the risk of being involved in a vehicle accident.  We know that we cannot control the actions of other drivers that might be speeding, texting or distracted in other ways.  If you are one to not use seat belts in your […]

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Convoy Factor

When travelling in a Model A convoy here is the least understood rule of the road.  When you have 6 cars lined up at a stop sign, the first car takes off and then 5 seconds later the second car takes off.  Remember car #6?  He is still sitting at the sign!  Five seconds later […]

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Model A Condenser and Cutout

This story only pertains to those Model A owners that have chosen to run on a generator.  First, if possible, choose a generator cutout made so that the cover is not welded to the base.  Your favorite Model A vendor should have such a unit. Some of you may know how these “critters” work, but […]

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Discharging AMP Meter

During a restoration of a 1931 Panel Delivery, a situation arose that stumped Dick and his chapter members at the time, as they tried in vain to solve the problem of a discharging AMP meter.  After installing a new generator, a cutout, polarizing it and recharging his battery, none of which helped.  What was the […]

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Preparing for Tour

Spare Parts, Materials & Tools Points (2 sets)                                                                         Socket Set – 3/8” Drive Condensers (2)                                                                       Grease Gun Rotor (1)                                                                                   Torque Wrench Fan Belt (1)                                                                               1/2 to 3/8 Drive Adapter Water Pump (1 rebuilt)                                                       Drag Link Socket Water Pump Packing (2 rings)                                         Valve Spring Compressor Ignition Coil (Tested good)                                               Gasket Scraper (Putty Knife) Spark Plugs (1)                                                                        Pocket Knife Light Bulbs (1 of […]

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