May 2019 Highlights

The first event in our Motorcar Series, held on Saturday, May 18, was a rousing success. It was a beautiful sunny day for the 85-90 unique cars and many happy spectators that came to our hilltop campus. We were grateful to have our Grand Marshal Wayne Carini attend,...

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June 2019 Highlights

The event on June 15 was a huge success with a big crowd and one of our most unique collections of cars ever. It was a beautiful sunny day for the 175 cars and over 1,100 happy spectators that came to our hilltop campus. We were grateful to have our Grand Marshal...

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Coming Soon: Our May Show!

May is right around the corner, which means that our first show of the season is only a few weeks away! Saturday, May 18, 9:00 AM - noon (cars may arrive as early as 7:30 AM)Activities for all ages include a photo scavenger hunt and a hands-on display of...

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1932 Stutz LeBaron – Concours d’Elegance 2018 Best in Show

George Homan’s 1932 Stutz LeBaron was only $5,200 when it was first released, but that would be nearly $88,000 today. With such a sophisticated and rare car, we knew immediately it would win one of our Concours d’Elegance Best in Show trophies. This car is one of two...

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Remembering Bob Carini

Bob Carini was owner and operator of Continental Auto in Glastonbury with his son Wayne until his retirement. He was the co-founder of the model A restorers car club of America in 1952. He was well known for his quality auto body work, his restorations of automobiles,...

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In Honor of Gustave Schaller

Born in 1900 in Delemont, Switzerland, Gustave Schaller was a renaissance man.  He could fix anything, and would make what he needed for most any situation.  Gus’s family moved to Manchester, CT, when he was 14.  Gus continued to live in Manchester with his wife,...

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In Honor of Ron Poupart

Ron Poupart was born in the small town of Adams, MA. He began driving at the tender (if not illegal) age of 14 while transporting his mother and grandmother, Mim, to Vermont in their brand-new Buick to play bingo. His father was killed in action at Saint-Malo in 1943,...

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Thank You Tilcon

We owe a great debt of gratitude to Tilcon for transporting Jumbo, Hartford's 1880's Steam Fire Truck, to our 25th Anniversary Motorcar Festival. After searching for Jumbo for several years, we found I tin Massachusetts and owned by a private...

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