The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirmed that there is insufficient test data to permit E15 to be used in model-year '00 and older light-duty motor vehicles. Our concern is that ethanol increases water formation, which creates formic acid that corrodes metals, plastics and rubber.
There was a request from the ethanol industry to raise the ethanol content in gasoline from 10% to 15%. We should all oppose E15 until scientific findings prove that it will not harm older cars as a result of corrosion or other chemical incompatibilities.
Most collector-car issues are handled at the state and local levels. From titling and registration to emissions inspection and maintenance and equipment standards, we're subject to decisions made by state and local officials. Let's work together to protect our cars from unnecessary, unfair or well-intentioned but poorly-written laws and regulations. By speaking out on issues that concern the automotive hobby, contacting our representatives and working constructively with government officials, we have the power to protect our activity and keep it safe for future generations of Crosley hobbyists and enthusiasts.
November 13, Lucerne Valley
Candy Cane Classic IV Car Show
Sponsor: Lucerne Valley Parks and Recreation
November 21, Pompano
Annual Holiday Mega Classic & Foreign Car Show
November 28, Indianapolis
Super Sunday Indy Automotive Swap Meet & Car Sale
Sponsor: Mid America Promotions Inc.
Information:708/563-4300 or www.midamericapromotions.com
November 1314, Lee
Flea Market at the Speedway
Information: 978/462-4252 or www.leeusaspeedway.com
November 20, Albany
33rd Albany Indoor Swap Meet
Sponsor: Enduring A's Chapter MAFCA
Information: 541/926-3972 or www.mafca.com/calendar.html
November 14, Shelbyville
Indoor Swap Meet 2010
Sponsor: Celebration City Region AACA
Information: 931/684-9379 or 931/294-5055