Birthdays, Anniversaries, Club Activites, Obituaries, Club Supplies, The Golden Years, New Members, News, Fallen Hero Dream Ride, Classifieds
1st CAROL ALEXANDER
8th JOHN GIBBONS
12th SHERRI COLDEWE
13th JOE CORSO
21st JIM RESTELLI
27th DAN WROBEL
1st STU & DEBBIE LANGER
The Golden Years
Part of our clubs 'rodacomerie' is the concern we have for each others well being. If you or any other Coachmen or friends are having specific health issues, surgeries, etc. please let us know, and if you'd rather maintain your privacy, we'll respect that too.
As far as we know, everyone is doing well this month.
Thankfully, as far as we know, there is no news to report this month.
Veterans' Day Parade
An embarrassing turnout of Coachmen for the Veterans' Day Parade on Saturday, Nov. 6th.
A big thank you to Bill Dedeke, Dave & Rita Hill, Stu & Deb Langer, Bob & Kay Meckfessel, and Dave Wilson for their participation.
Dan Hogan, a former member of the Coachmen and one of the founding members, is selling some of his vehicles.
1) 1932 three window Hi-Boy coupe. Blue with Mr. Horsepower accents. 454 Chevy mill with Edelbrock street ram air injection. Dual 870 Carter AFB's. Cam etc..Stereo, A/C - Ready to Race - FAST car!
2) 1949 Mercury carson top. Full custom lead sled. WILD paint job, 1st place show winner! Red leather 1966 Caddy interior with all custom gauges and vintage air. You guys have seen this car- took 1st place at the CBC show years ago. 400 turbo tranny and rear end. Have to see motors in both cars to appreciate all the nice chrome work that has been done.
3) OK, this is a tough one, but my full custom Springer Softail is going as well. This was the bikers for babies poster bike here in St.Louis in 2004. COMPLETELY re-done. In 2004 this bike has only 28xxx mi. And cost over 50k to build! Have to see it - there's just too much to describe. Old school flamed paint by the Wolfman no screws or rivets showing and even the INSIDES of the fenders are painted.
There is nothing left to chrome that hasn't been done.
The activities commitee will meet at 10:00 AM on the last Thursday of each month at Lou's Shop - Automotive Unlimited, 210 E. Steins St. (east of Broadway and just north of Shirmer)
All members are invited to participate
Fallen Hero's Dream Ride
We are proud to support Dave and 'Gold Star Mother' Julie Vinnedge and to have them in our club.
To learn more about their story visit:
If you need Coachmen logo T-shirts, polo shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, caps, decals, drag plates, etc. contact Lou Puricelli.