A Car Club for the Chrysler Corp. and American Motors Corp. Enthusiast (EST. 1992)

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Volume 26, Issue 9 September 2018 Events Coming Up • CCM General Meet-ing, September 4th, 7 PM. • CCM Board Meeting, September 18th, 7 PM. • Mopar Shootout, Sept. 8th, Sacramen-to Raceway • CCM Carmichael

Park Picnic, Sept. 16th

Club Information 2

Membership 3

‘19 Hybrid Ram Here 4

Hybrid Ram cont’d 5

Event Calendar /

Tune-Up 6

Ads 7

The End 8

On The Inside

A Car Club for the Chrysler Corp. and American Motors Corp. Enthusiast (EST. 1992)

The first weekend of September will usher in the end of summer with some great racing at Sacramento Raceway Park. If you haven’t been out to the track in a while - take advantage and get out there. Urban sprawl has encroached on our only local track. I don’t expect it will be around much longer. The weather is supposed to be just about perfect for racing. Show, Race or Swap there is something for everyone. Get there early for prime parking. I’m looking forward to seeing some nice cars on a not so freaking hot day. Be sure to bring your sun-screen and plenty of water. On page 4 there is info about the new Ram Hybrid truck, the 2019 models are looking pretty nice. Who is going to be the first to swap a new Hemi hybrid into their old car? That would be pretty interesting! Speaking of nitrous, so wouldn’t be awesome to have a Hemi Hy-brid Dart with nitrous? Or make it super fast with some crazy extra LiPo batteries! Wait a minute, what the hell am I talking about… Ahem….back to the rest of the front page..

The updated events calendar is on page 6. Jack shares info about these events during the monthly meeting so we thought that it would be useful to those who can’t make it out to the museum—take a look! Also find handy charts with the firing order for small and big blocks, along with the valve adjustment order.

Hope to see you at the track, or at the monthly meeting or picnic this month. Remember, we at CCM galactic head-quarters are open for new story sugges-tions or a guest column (GASP!) in your club newsletter.

-Editor

Happy New Year!!

Well, 2020 started out ok, we had a good start on our Show, then… well, let’s move on, shall we?

So here’s looking forward to a good 2021. Once we finish the work at hand (staying safe until Covid is licked), we hope to kick off the summer with the always excellent and always free Maxwell Car Show, then move on to our own Mopar Day in the Park, with, rumor has it, a new and very capable Show Coordinator..

Remember to re-up your Club membership - the Club needs the

contribution of your talent, knowledge, friendship. And you don’t want to miss out on the fun and the Hemi Burgers! Besides the Show, your CCM Board is busy planning new events and inventing new ways to have fun and enjoy the comradeship of all. Don’t miss out!

I know you’ve heard this before but we really mean it: Stay Safe and Stay in Touch -ed.

Volume 29 Issue 1 A Car Club for the Chrysler Corporation and American Motors Enthusiast (est 1992) January 2021

Upcoming Events

CCM General Meeting cancelled

Bunch Brunch? TBA

CCM Board Meeting TBA

The Lunch Bunch TBA

Maxwell Car Show May TBA

CCM Day in the Park XXV!! June 26, 2021

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, no events are planned until May. We hope to be able to resume our regular calendar of events at that

time, however none of this is certain yet. Please watch the CCM Newsletter and website

for future announcements. Even if we can’t meet, it’s important to stay in

touch with your fellow CCM members by phone, e-mail, text.

Don’t be a stranger.

Membership Renewal Time

Don’t forget to renew your CCM membership. The form is available on our website, or ask Bob, Richard, Cindy or Mark for one. Stay with us - we need you, and we’ve got great things coming!

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Member: Association of California Car Clubs & California Automobile Museum GENERAL MEETING

January 5, 2021

Board of Directors

Officers Directors President - Bob Berry Car Show Coordinator - vacant Vice President - Mike Allen Editor - Mark Perry

Secretary - Cindy Lenz Membership Director - Richard Teerlink Treasurer - Norm Benedict Activities Coordinator - John Riordan Web Master - Anthony Garcia

Staff Members

Sales – John Riordan Property Manager - Norman Benedict - Competition - Michael Moore Publicity - Norman Benedict

Legislative Coordinator - Horace Tutt Historian - Norman Benedict Sunshine Coordinator - Cindy Lenz Member(s) at Large - John Gerson

Steve Archer

Call Meeting to Order: 7 PM .

Roll Call

Introductions: New Members and Guests Guest Speaker: Minutes: Secretary Reports: 1. Treasurer 2. NewsletterEditor 3. Membership 4. Web Master 5. Legislative 6. Competition 7. Activities

8. Car Show - vacant

Club Business:

OLD: 1. The museum is closed again.

2. Shriners toy run - several Members and guests participated

3.

NEW: 1. Car show coordinator position - Member Bob Severin has expressed interest in assuming this position. More to follow. 2. 3. TABLED: 1. 2. Announcements:

1. We are somewhat optimistic about the second half of 2021. 2.Mopar Day in the Park 27 - Sat. June 26, 2021

3. Shriners toy run - collecting all year Open Forum / Bench Racing

Raffle Adjourn

2021 Calendar (tentative)

Jan. - Happy New Year - Brunch Sun Feb. - Brunch Sun

March - Brunch Sun

April - Brunch Sun

- ACCC Conference, Wed-Thur, - CCM host lunch Wed - Lunch Bunch Wed

May - Maxwell car show, Sat - Brunch Sun

June - Mopar Day in the Park 27, Sat 26, 2021

July – ? Aug – ?

Sept – Mopar Shootout, Sat

Carmichael park picnic, Sun

ACCC conference, Wed-Thur

Oct – Poker Run

Nov - CAM potluck, Sun

Dec – CCM Holiday Party, Sat -Shriners Toy Run, Sun

Lunch Bunch - TBA Brunch Bunch - TBA

This months

meeting is

cancelled

due

to Museum

closure and

COVID 19

Member: Association of California Car Clubs & California Automobile Museum GENERAL MEETING

January 5, 2021

Board of Directors

Officers Directors President - Bob Berry Car Show Coordinator - vacant Vice President - Mike Allen Editor - Mark Perry

Secretary - Cindy Lenz Membership Director - Richard Teerlink Treasurer - Norm Benedict Activities Coordinator - John Riordan Web Master - Anthony Garcia

Staff Members

Sales – John Riordan Property Manager - Norman Benedict - Competition - Michael Moore Publicity - Norman Benedict

Legislative Coordinator - Horace Tutt Historian - Norman Benedict Sunshine Coordinator - Cindy Lenz Member(s) at Large - John Gerson

Steve Archer

Call Meeting to Order: 7 PM .

Roll Call

Introductions: New Members and Guests Guest Speaker: Minutes: Secretary Reports: 1. Treasurer 2. NewsletterEditor 3. Membership 4. Web Master 5. Legislative 6. Competition 7. Activities

8. Car Show - vacant

Club Business:

OLD: 1. The museum is closed again.

2. Shriners toy run - several Members and guests participated

3.

NEW: 1. Car show coordinator position - Member Bob Severin has expressed interest in assuming this position. More to follow. 2. 3. TABLED: 1. 2. Announcements:

1. We are somewhat optimistic about the second half of 2021. 2.Mopar Day in the Park 27 - Sat. June 26, 2021

3. Shriners toy run - collecting all year Open Forum / Bench Racing

Raffle Adjourn

2021 Calendar (tentative)

Jan. - Happy New Year - Brunch Sun Feb. - Brunch Sun

March - Brunch Sun

April - Brunch Sun

- ACCC Conference, Wed-Thur, - CCM host lunch Wed - Lunch Bunch Wed

May - Maxwell car show, Sat - Brunch Sun

June - Mopar Day in the Park 27, Sat 26, 2021

July – ? Aug – ?

Sept – Mopar Shootout, Sat

Carmichael park picnic, Sun

ACCC conference, Wed-Thur

Oct – Poker Run

Nov - CAM potluck, Sun

Dec – CCM Holiday Party, Sat -Shriners Toy Run, Sun

Lunch Bunch - TBA Brunch Bunch - TBA

This months

meeting is

cancelled

due

to Museum

closure and

COVID 19

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The Muscle car ThaT killed an era The sTory of The ePA’s suPerbird TesT cAr

combined from articles by Cam Benty of streetmusclemag.com, Bryan McTaggart of Bangshift com and Tom Joslin of jalopnik.com

When most muscle car fans think about 1970 superbirds, they envision a wild, winged machine taking on the high banks at Talladega or daytona. These cool cars were the pinnacle of the muscle car era with high compression engines and outrageous aerodynamics. Powered by at the very least a 440c.i. four-barrel commando Mopar engine, superbirds were as close to a NAscAr high bank-ready machine as you could purchase from the showroom.

but, the story behind this classic superbird is quite the opposite of that mindset — a car built to not only test the “carbon footprint” of these massive machines back in 1972, but to provide data on other sources of emissions, including jet aircraft. This mobile collection lab was to help kill off not only leaded fuel, but point the finger at

other common pollutants as subtle as brake dust and tire rubber.

This 1970 superbird started life simply, purchased new by richard Kaminsky, who owned and enjoyed the Alpine White bird for a few years before selling it to legendary NAscAr race car builder ray Nichels. ray had moved out of the NAscAr fold and began building his own vehicles for special purposes. The superbird purchase followed the ePA’s acceptance of his bid to create a rolling test unit to collect emissions data.

Nichels’ team was to outfit the car with a wide assortment of test equipment and painted the exterior of the car (not the under hood, trunk or door jambs) with an ice blue Poly color, a Mopar color offered at the time, but not on superbird models. Key modifications to the car included the addition of a roll cage, bucket seats in place of the bench unit, a fuel cell, charger quick flip

gas cap, extending the twin exhaust tips out the back, and an elaborate modification of the electrical system.

The modifications also included an on-board air suspension system you could control from inside of the vehicle for raising the rear end, thus dropping the nose cone and keeping the car from flipping over from Jet Aircraft turbulence. in the event a fire broke out from the extensive electronics, an on-board fire

suppression system was installed on the rear equipment shelf. A two-way aircraft radio would keep John Moran (the ePA’s designated driver), in touch with the aircraft tower so he would know when to give chase for jet emissions sampling.

Nichels’ internal changes to the car included the addition of three more batteries, which mounted where the

rear seat originally resided, and powered up not only the standard car charging system, but a power inverter to run 110V A/c current for the Anderson air sampler pump. in total, the car featured four batteries, two alternators, and two complete separate charging systems — just for starters. An elaborate ducting system allowed for gathering exhaust, tire debris, and brake pad dust pollution from outside of the car and drafting them to a collection point inside the trunk, where the effects could be reviewed in the lab after testing was complete.

from March 1972 through october 1973, ePA used the car in south carolina for testing. The findings? That cars, especially muscle cars, are horrific polluters, and leaded fuel is at the core of the offense. if there can be a finger pointed at one vehicular culprit in the pollution standards blame game, this superbird proved to be darth Vader in ice blue Poly.

Like most government projects, once their time has passed, they are stockpiled like

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for sALe 2016 charger srT hellcat

$50,000.

26510 miles

factory rated 707 hP

dyno results - black fob = 500 rWhP, red fob = 678 rWhP

New battery and tires

(This is “hellcat” don smith’s car)

contact : Terry smith: Terrysm@sbcglobal.net phone 916-205-9606

cordwood and forgotten. so was the case with this superbird, which, with less than 10,000 miles on the clock, sat in the back lot of the south carolina facility until 1979, when it was finally auctioned off. Listed along with lots of other scientific “junk” as simply a “chrysler car,” it was purchased for $500 by local North carolina resident Wilbur Walker — the only bidder for the cool Plymouth.

excited about the purchase, Walker got the muscle car running again and drove it for some time with limited knowledge he received from the ePA, basically that it was a test vehicle from earlier in the decade. in the glove box, he would find the original ePA gas receipts verifying the car’s history, along with a Nichels engineering plaque

mounted to the dash and ePA inventory sticker. over the next several years, Walker would put the car back to a stock bench seat superbird and have it repainted back to original Alpine White.

At one point, Walker decided he would sell the car and proceeded to

send out 35 letters to the muscle car community alerting them about the sale of the vehicle. After a brief bidding war, the car was purchased by the current owner, who researched and restored the car back to its original ePA test configuration.

This is a truly significant car in the history of the American automobile. it is well documented in plenty of original articles, including one that ran in car & driver Magazine back in 1972. While the long-term significance of the car is plenty interesting, today’s muscle cars are better and cleaner for lessons learned here.

At the beginning of the 1970s, the environmental Protection Agency was hell-bent on figuring out on reducing emissions from vehicles of all kinds… including aircraft. one question, though: just how do you measure the emissions of an aircraft on power? What are you gonna do, find a way to put a sniffer cart on wheels and go hauling ass after a 707 that’s in the middle of it’s takeoff roll to parts unknown? Actually, yeah, that’s exactly what you do.

in order to study the emissions of aircraft, the ePA decided to take a car that was more than capable of staying behind an aircraft at speed and to turn it into a rolling test facility. on-board equipment would measure what came blasting out of the back of jet engines, and data would be recorded. This was not only a more accurate way of determining what was happening in the real world, but it would be cheaper, too. or, at least, that’s what a North carolina-based ePA section chief named John Moran thought. he proposed using a worked-up Plymouth road runner superbird as a chase car and somehow managed to get the government to sign off on the deal. NAscAr builder ray Nichels got the contract to build the superbird and from there, the car spent a few years chasing planes like a dog chasing cars.

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The Capital City Mopars is a proud member of the Association of California Car Clubs and

the California Automobile Museum.

S A C R A M e n TO, C A

Volume 29 Issue 1 CCM News January 2021 page 6

Event Schedule (club events in bold)

date event location Volume 26, Issue 9 more info / contact

September 2018

Events Coming Up • CCM General Meet-ing, September 4th, 7 PM.

• CCM Board Meeting, September 18th, 7 PM.

• Mopar Shootout, Sept. 8th, Sacrame n-to Raceway

• CCM Carmichael Park Picnic, Sept. 16th

Club Information 2

Membership 3

‘19 Hybrid Ram He re 4

Hybrid Ram cont’d 5

Event Calendar / Tun e-Up 6 Ads 7 The End 8 On The Inside

A Car Club for the Chrys ler Corp. and American

Motors Corp. Enthusias t (EST. 1992)

The first weekend of Septem ber will usher in the end of summer with

some great racing at Sacramento Raceway

Park. If you haven’t been out to the track in a

while - take advantage and ge

t out there. Urban sprawl has encroached on our on

ly local track. I don’t expect it

will be around much longer. The weather is supposed t

o be just about perfect for racing. Show,

Race or Swap there is something for e

veryone. Get there early for prime parking. I’m

looking forward to seeing some nice car

s on a not so freaking hot day. Be sure to brin

g your sun-screen and plenty of water. On p

age 4 there is info about the new R

am Hybrid truck, the 2019 models are looking pretty

nice. Who is going to be the first to swap a ne

w Hemi hybrid into their old car? That w

ould be pretty interesting! Speaking of ni

trous, so wouldn’t be awesome to have a H

emi Hy-brid Dart with nitrous? Or make

it super fast with some crazy extra LiPo batte

ries! Wait a minute, what the hell am I talki

ng about… Ahem….back to the rest of the f

ront page..

The updated events calendar is o n page 6. Jack shares info about these eve

nts during the monthly meeting so we thou

ght that it would be useful to those who c

an’t make it out to the museum—take a look

! Also find handy charts with the firing ord

er for small and big blocks, a

long with the valve adjustment order. Hope to see you at the t

rack, or at the monthly meeting or picnic this m

onth. Remember, we at CC

M galactic h ead-quarters are open for new story

sugges-tions or a guest colum

n (GASP!) in your club newsletter. -Editor

Here’s our 2021 Event Schedule. Nothing is planned until the Maxwell Show in May, but if things start to open up before then,

we’ll put something together, even if it’s just a picnic or a Club meeting. Stay safe

May 2021

Maxwell Car Show

Maxwell CA

Bob or Norm

6/26/21

CCM Day in the Park 27

Cordova Park

Bob or Norm

every saturday 7-9am in Folsom

Mike allen gets a water pump, or 3

i have a story about my dealings with a local automotive repair shop.

i told a couple people in our club, but i think they deserve a bit more recognition for going over and above what the shop could have done.

i took my 05 dodge pickup in there a few months ago for a new water pump.

i’m getting a little over the hill now, and bending over for long periods of time is not in my realm of things to do any longer.

i’m glad i did.

They installed a (new) Napa water pump. Two days later while i was driving it literally blew up into many pieces, taking out a lot of the components in the front of my engine.

i took it back to Joe, at otto’s.

A 500 some odd dollar water pump job turned into a close to $2,000 repair.

i was not charged anything for the repair. but wait! The story gets even longer.

The new water pump put in by otto’s was once

again a (new) Napa replacement pump. having it in there for not quite a week it too fell apart, taking out even more components in the front of the engine compartment.

both of these incidents happened while i was under semi extreme acceleration conditions. (??) once again i had it towed back to otto’s.

once again he repaired it.

This time the grand total was $2,600. Again i was not charged.

This latest repair, i stipulated a new pump coming from Mopar parts. After he got it done he called me late in the afternoon to pick it up. i told him i would pick it up the next day, and to

do one favor for me before i do -- Take it out and drive it like you stole it! When he indicated that he didn’t like to do that to customers vehicles, i told him you’ve got my total permission, and i would rather have you stuck on the side of the road than me! he did, called me back and said: “ this is one great truck”! seems it held together just fine.

Now for the coup de gras, when he gave me the paperwork indicating how much everything costs (again no charge to me), it had $100 gift card attached.

he was very very very sorry this all happened.

This is my Auto repair shop of choice from now on!

somebody with this much integrity deserves a lot of credit.

footnote: i sent John reardon over there a week or so ago, and i met him there. Joe (the owner of otto’s) took me in to show me an 05 dodge pickup he was working on -- he was putting in a new water pump

he wanted to personally tell me Mopar replacement is the only water pump he uses now for chrysler products!

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PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM

website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org. PAGE 7 CCM NE WS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website Ͳ www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a TͲshirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website Ͳ www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a TͲshirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NE WS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695 Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website Ͳ www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available For those that missed out on buying a TͲshirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM

website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org. PAGE 7 CCM NE WS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NE WS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695 Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

Tony Vang

Store Manager Assistant Vice President NMLSRID: 663733 Sacramento Sunrise MAC A0721-011 Sunrise Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610 Tel: 916 547 2000 Fax: 916 965 3152

24 Hour Cust. Service: 800 869 3557 Customer Service: 800 225 5939 Bus vangtox@wellsfargo.com

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM

website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org. PAGE 7 CCM NE WS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NE WS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695 Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

Tony Vang

Store Manager Assistant Vice President NMLSRID: 663733 Sacramento Sunrise MAC A0721-011 Sunrise Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610 Tel: 916 547 2000 Fax: 916 965 3152

24 Hour Cust. Service: 800 869 3557 Customer Service: 800 225 5939 Bus vangtox@wellsfargo.com

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM

website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 7 CCM NEWS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org. PAGE 7 CCM NE WS

Looking for a special gift to give to your car guy or gal? How about a “Gearhead” membership to the Cali-fornia Automobile Museum? Several membership op-tions are available. Membership information and an application form can be downloaded from the CAM website at calautomuseum.org.

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NEWS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695

Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available

For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

PAGE 3 CCM NE WS

Club Membership Renewal Time!

Hey! It’s time to renew membership for CCM 2018! Travis is ready and waiting to receive a new membership form from you! Membership renewals provide the club with accurate

met-rics of our family growth. Though it may seem redundant, new applications are needed every year. E-mail, home addresses

and even phone numbers can change or perhaps you added another Mopar to your stable. No matter what, the club is

wait-ing to hear from you .

Hoblit Chrysler Jeep Dodge

Ram SRT

333 Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695 Sales: (844) 257-3092 Service: (844) 257-3092

CCM Member Randy Pike has made some cool Mopar inspired metal signs and drinking accessories —all designed in the fashion of your favorite corporate logo– of course! Contact Randy through the web-site or talk to him at the monthly meetings for more details on how to

make them yours!

Back Issues

Feeling left out? Mistaken your newsletter for campfire kindling? Don’t feel bad! Newsletter back issues can be found at the club’s website - www.capitalcitymopars.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!

CCM 2018 Car show T-Shirts still available For those that missed out on buying a T-shirt during car show day a few months ago, you are in luck! Several shirts are still available. Please contact Car Show Chair-man Tom Pluth regarding current inventory.

Sacramento Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Ram

3610 Fulton Ave.

Sacramento, CA 95821S

Sales: (877) 470-9987 Service: (916) 229-8901

Tony Vang

Store Manager Assistant Vice President NMLSRID: 663733 Sacramento Sunrise MAC A0721-011 Sunrise Blvd Citrus Heights, CA 95610 Tel: 916 547 2000 Fax: 916 965 3152

24 Hour Cust. Service: 800 869 3557 Customer Service: 800 225 5939 Bus vangtox@wellsfargo.com

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

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CCM Board of Directors

President: Bob Berry (916) 925-0336 rdrnrboberry@yahoo.com

Vice President: Mike Allen (916) 207-7746 duster@surewest.net

Treasurer: norman Benedict (916) 985-8523 normanb.1943@gmail.com

Secretary: Cindy Lenz (916) 956-8863 cindypearl916@gmail.com

Membership: Richard Teerlink (916) 631-0297 rteerlink@mecom

newsletter editor: Mark Perry (916) 956-8863 mark@chlngr.com

Webmaster: Anthony Garcia (916) 985-8523 webmaster@capitalcitymopars.com

Car Show: open - please volunteer (916) 283-6112 carshow@capitalcitymopars.com

Activities: John Riordan (415) 823-7009 johnriordan2854@comcast.com

Members at Large: John Gerson Steve Archer

Mark Perry (916) 956-8863 mark@chlngr.com

CCM Staff Members

Property Manager: norm Benedict Photographer: Mark Perry

Competition Director: Michael Moore Publicity: norm Benedict

Historian: norm Benedict Sales: John Riordan

Legislative Director: Horace Tutt Sunshine Coordinator: Cindy Lenz

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