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Welcome To The May 2022 Issue Of Story Quilt!

Today, May 1, 2022, was the so-called old car Safety Meet. Our club: The Historical Automobile Club of Canada or HASC insists on allowing only cars and trucks that are safe for drives on the highways of Ontario by going through a check-up every once a year. Although this is not a Ontario approved Highway Department safety check, which has been done for all cars before licensing, it is a voluntary inspection to serve the club members.

We drive a pristine 1993 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon born in Arizona still with low miles. It passed easily as it should. It was checked over by our mechanic last week along with an oil change which it didn’t need, filters and new wind shield wipers. It should be taken out on a long trip to give it some exercise but personal factors probably won’t allow that. It would be nice.

We went through the wash the day before but it rained this morning, of course. So it got road spray and needs to be done again. Perfection is a hypothetical thing. It cannot ever be experienced in real life.

1993 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon (not Ed’s; linked from Wikipedia



Ed Janzen



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