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2020 marks our 51st Anniversary                 51 Years of FUN - driving Early Ford V8s             51 years of NO grass growing under Our tires!                    Our club, #24, keeps rolling On, and On - and has been for 51 years - WOW! !     
Early Ford V-8 Club
Celebrating All Ford Vehicles  1932-1953
Regional Group #24 of Georgia
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The Varsity Drive-In
Dec 2004
Quite A Bit Of Club Members Socializing!
More Club Members Socializing!
Nice Line-up of Club Cars!
April 2003 TFRB
July 2003
From Dec 2003 TFRB
Nov 10th, 2002
From Dec 2002 TFRB
From June 2008 Running Board    Report on VARSITY Jr. OUTING
SUNDAY MAY 18, 2008  By Fred Lindquist.   Sunday was beautiful day for a V8 car outing. The sky was blue, the sun was shining, and the temperature was mild.  The several V8’s in the parking lot drew a lot of attention from the Varsity Jr. crowd. Old cars always seem to draw attention with fathers holding their children up to look inside the vehicles.  The V8’ers enjoyed a leisurely lunch and a lot of conversation until finally leaving at 3:00 P.M. Bob Ralston insists that he going to replace the overhead valve engine with a flathead in his Victoria.
Participants:  Joe & Linda Huggins plus three guests Modern, Joe & Jean Smith Modern, Bill Swilley 1950 Tudor, Bob & Vickie Ralston 1934 Victoria,
Lamar Hart & Nancy Bireley 1952 Victoria
VARSITY OUTING May 17th, 2015
On Sunday May 17, several members drove their Fords to the Varsity on North Avenue. Everyone met on the upper parking deck where the cars were parked so that everyone coming up the ramp could see the cars. There were a number of people who came up to the cars and showed interest and asked many questions about the Fords.
    Everyone went into the restaurant as it was getting warm on the deck in the direct sun. Booths were selected, food was ordered, and the traditional Varsity food was enjoyed. Chilli dogs, french fries, and fried pies can’t be beaten.
    After almost two hours of food and conversation everyone said their goodbyes and left for home.  The Varsity is a fun venue to drive an old Ford to for just a few hours.
Participants:  John Caldwell 1940 Pickup, Bert & Lorraine Steele 1939 Coupe, John Murrill 1936 Coupe, Lamar Hart & Nancy Bierley 1952 Hardtop.
Jerry & Cheryl Reichel 1951 Fordor, Fred & Katie Lindquist 1939 Coupe
These photos are from Burns Cox's scrapbook (#10: 00100).  I don't know what year - perhaps around 2000.
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