WOODLAND – The June “Meeting on the Road” of the Central Mountains Region Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) was held on June 19 at the Super 322 Drive-In with 13 members and guests present.
Those attending were encouraged to bring their classic cars as the Car of the Month would be chosen.
Attendees were Chuck Ross, president; Ray Coudriet, vice president; Penny White, secretary-treasurer; and board members, Bill Fankhouser, Barb Frankhouser and David Raecher. Others were Matt Osewalt, JoAnn Ross, George and Linda Webster, Gene Morgan and two guests.
After discussion about their upcoming car show on Aug. 17, the group was treated to drive-in concession fare, including hot dogs, fries, popcorn, beverages and sweets.
Members and quests were shown the new digital projection equipment and screened the documentary “Changeover.”
This documentary was produced by a New York City film group who arrived at the drive-in in August of 2013 and interviewed Bill and Barb.
The group then returned the last night that film was run at the Super 322, on Sept. 14, 2013, and completed the movie.
The 10-minute documentary premiered at the Katra Film Series in the Lower East Side of New York on April 19 and was selected by IndieFlix for VOD distribution.
Also, the Car of the Month was decided to be the 1940 Plymouth owned by George and Linda Webster. It will be in the running for Car of the Year for 2015.
The Super 322 Drive-In also has its eighth annual Car Show scheduled for Aug. 10.