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November-December 2020

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This issue is the one-year anniversary of the new WPC NEWS. It has been, and still is, a huge learning experience for me, as the editor. My hope is to put out a magazine that WPC membership looks forward to reading. We have introduced some new ideas, such as TECHnical tidBITS, where members can contribute their personal experiences with what it takes to keep their classics on the road. NOTE: Please keep the sharing of your ideas, coming. Also, the How Many Did They Build feature seems to have struck a chord, as each issue, a different decade or different direction of Chrysler product is highlighted. This month, we go back to the early days of Walter P Chrysler’s car company.


Reader’s Rides is new this year. It is great to see all those who have shared pictures and stories of their Mopar classics.


You may notice that WPC NEWs has expanded the number of pages this issue to add to the reading experience as well. As time goes by, we hope to be able to add more.


In January / February of 2021, we will add “Welcome to New Members” as our club is growing in membership and this will present the opportunity to introduce our new members to the WPC CLUB world.


If you have any ideas as to what you would like in your WPC NEWS, please let us know.


If you live near the Motor City, or, if you are going to visit the Motor City, the world -renowned Detroit Institute of Arts currently has a new exhibition that can only be celebrated, here, in the birthplace of the automobile. The Big 3 are showcased.


This description is from The DIA’s website:

Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City, 1950–2020

Sun, Nov 15, 2020 — Sun, Jun 27, 2021

Detroit designers have always led the way in car design. The futuristic concept cars, roaring muscle cars, and sleek racers designed in and around the city shape our ideas of what a car can be. Working on paper, in clay, and in metal, their ideas drive American car culture and inform the way we get around every day.   

Have a safe and Happy Holiday, let us look forward to great things in 2021.


Happy Mopar Motoring,


Frank Pascoe

Frank T Pascoe

Editor, WPC NEWS





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