MAY 2017 ISSUE

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REMOVING UNWANTED ODORS FROM YOUR CLASSIC CAR

You never know where you may find that restorable classic car of your dreams. Unfortunately, however, many times these cars have been stored in less than optimal conditions. Quite often, they have been exposed to the weather and even to small rodents and other wildlife! This can result in interiors that may exhibit foul odors such as musty or even barnyard-like smells.
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1955 SUNBEAM ALPINE MARK III

After a cold winter, complete with a record breaking March snowstorm, we are ready for some warm spring days.  Just as nature provides us signs that spring has in fact arrived; flowers are starting to bloom; the grass is turning green, and the days are getting longer; we also start to see collector cars awakening from their long winter naps.  May is the start of car shows/cruises season, an exciting time for car enthusiasts, a time to renew old friendships, meet new enthusiasts, and see some unique cars with some unique stories.   This month’s car is a very unique and rare 1955 Sunbeam Alpine Mark III owned by Scotty Greenberger of Yulan, New York, since 1959.
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IT’S TEE TIME: THE COUNTRY CLUB AT WOODLOCH SPRINGS

Located just 95 scenic miles from New York City and nestled in the Pocono Mountains Lake Region sits The Country Club at Woodloch Springs, recognized by both GOLF Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the finest courses in America and rated 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play.
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