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Moses Lake Classic Car Club


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President Bob Duffin's 1941 Plymouth Coupe

Vice President Joe McCullough - 1950 Chevrolet BelAir

Home of the "Spring Festival Car Show" held on the Saturday of the Memorial Day Weekend in May
Enter From 3rd Ave & Gumwood St.
President: Bob Duffin
Vice Pres: Joe McCullough
Secretary: Mary Mayo
Treasurer: Bob Kent
Editor: Joan Duffin
Webmaster: Paul Boehm
Buy,Sell,Trade: Brett Boehm
Show Chairman: ?.

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MOSES LAKE CLASSIC CAR CLUB is open to any car enthusiast. Dues are $15 per year.
We meet on the second Thursday of the month during the winter for a no host dinner meeting.
We sponsor the "Spring Festival Car Show" in Moses Lake on the Saturday of the Memorial Day Weekend in May.
We help support an Automotive Scholarship Fund at Big Bend Community College. 
We help support the Moses Lake Food Bank
We attend other car shows and assist in community events.
Join us for a fun time.


                   Car Of The Month

February 2015 Car of the Month
Jeff Isaak - 1917 Dodge Touring Car

    Jeff Isaak – 1917 Dodge 5 Seat Touring Car


In 1985 while out hunting deer north of Marlin I walked down in to an 8ft tall sage brush patch. I figured it was a good spot to find a deer, well it wasn't but I found a 1917 Dodge 5 seater touring shell, no frame just a body.

Well back when I was four years old I had memories of playing in my dad’s rod so I had to have this shell since my dad’s got sold when my folks got a divorce. So the next day I went and found the owner of the land and he told me to get out there and load it up, so I did so.

Now me being 6' 5 tall I didn't fit in the front seat so I did some measuring and figured if I cut the front seat out moved it back and used the back doors I would have enough leg room.

So then the hunt for the right frame started, I ended up on the Colville Indian reservation and found a 23 Ford T frame that cost me a 100 bucks. The rear end came from a friend who had just a shell of a T. The front axle came from Monty Holm's scrap yard. Back in those years I was working for Monty and going to Big Bend CC in the automotive shop so on the free shop nights I worked on building the front end. I bought my uncles 327 that was out of a corvette for a 100 bucks.

Well like all guys I found a gal and got married. She said I couldn't use any money that I made from my job, I could only use the money that I made turning wrenches on the side to buy parts with.

It took me 20 years to finally collect all the parts and license it.

So in 2008 when I finally was driving it I took it to the Moses Lake car show and it won a trophy the first year.

Yes there were a lot of learning curves like building the motor with 4 deuces and the car shot 4 feet into the air from tapping the gas pedal. The car just went sliding across the ground because the brakes couldn't hold it back.

I guess I can say I learned a lot but I did it all myself. Only two things got done by someone else. All I can say is my 1600 pound car is so much fun to drive I’m glad I did it.




January 2015 Car of the Month
Jim Hergert - 1959 Chevrolet Panel


December Car of the Month
Tom Flores 1971 Ford F-150 Custom


November 2014 Cars of the Month 


Clay & Karen Crook's '92 Geo Convertible & '97 Geo 2 Door


October Car of the Month
Bob Munns 1983 Buick Riviera Convertible


May 2014Car of the Month
Brett Boehm - 1974 Jeep J-10


April Car of the Month
Paul & Nancy Boehm - 1948 Kaiser Special


 March 2014 Car Of The Month
Woody Jacobson's 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible