...at the Glenn H Curtiss museum in Hammondsport NY. A break in cold snowy weather allowed safe travel and a large crowd filled the museum. More people, more friends, more new acquaintances, more vendors with both parts and collectibles, and a lot of motorcycles not seen before. Should have taken pics of some vendor tables (kicking self). Great place to learn about what events are scheduled for the upcoming year. Bob Harris (Dick's nephew) did an outstanding job bringing all this together with support from Museum Director Ben Johnson. Here's Bob adding some foggy atmosphere with two of his three Kreidler Floretts... There was a lot of people at this event, but I took most of these photos before the crowd filled in. Always some brave soul on a Ural rig or a BMW... Seasonally correct display outside -behind the helmet you can an interchangeable wheel front end. The new Royal Enfields on display inside Local guy Steve Decosa's winning Cannonball entry Frank Westfall's Ner-a-car on loan to the museum Jim Mignogna (Jim's Motorsports) Guzzi Lemans Wall of vintage tools in the Restoration Shop Can anyone ID this oil tank for Rick?
P40 that crashed in the Everglades being rebuilt in the Restoration Shop. Event fliers for 2019 go to the NY State Brit/Euro/Vintage Event Calendar at www.bmccny.org to learn more - I'll need a day or two to post these latest updates... Thanks. Al