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January 9, 2024. After a long hiatus, our newsletter has been revamped! From Robert Praetorius, Director of the DVRCCCA:

"The newsletter has been absent for about 13 years, and the DVR board members have made a renewed commitment to bring it back. As we all know, the newsletter is the thread that binds the club. We hope to bring back some club camaraderie and automotive value to the membership. This is also a two way dialogue, and we welcome membership participation. Maybe you have an event and you would like some classic car representation or help in solving a mechanical issue with your cars." - excerpt from Director's Message, DVRCCCA Newsletter, Vol. 1 2024

Each issue will contain featured upcoming events, the regular column Tech Talk, items of interest to our members, and featured vendors. Issues are in PDF format. To view them you will need a PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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The Classic Driver
You can still download back issues of DVRCCCA's newsletter "The Classic Driver."


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by Kitty Katzell

Every year, CCCA distributes awards to its regions for their achievements in eleven areas of activity. For 2005, the Delaware Valley Region won the Judging Award for the percentage of judges and tabulators at national events and enrollment in accreditation programs. It also won the Membership Award for membership stability and growth.

DVR ranked among the top ten regions for 1) the Technical Award for contributions to the technical aspects of restoration and maintenance, 2) the Turnquist Award for large region publications, and 3) the Grand Classic Award for percent of participation by Classic ® owning members.

There are some areas in which DVR fared less well, and members are urged to consider their contribution in these areas. The Annual Meeting Award is given for the percentage of members attending and showing Classics ®. In this area DVR ranked 21 st of 23 regions. The CARavan Award is given in recognition of the percentage of participation by Classic ® owning members. DVR ranked 14 th of 17 regions. The Activities Award recognizes activities and performance. Here DVR ranked 12 th of 23.

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