imgBeautiful Day for a Breakfast Tour
Beautiful Day for a Breakfast Tour
imgBingo at Buck Creek
Bingo at Buck Creek
imgPurdue Sports Performace tour
Purdue Sports Performace tour
imgMay Mens Breakfast
May Mens Breakfast
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"59 Studebaker LARK for Sale - details below
imgGreat turnout for May Ladies lunch
Great turnout for May Ladies lunch
imgMay Dog & Suds - Big turn out.
May Dog & Suds - Big turn out.
imgLIHAC Polar Bears
LIHAC Polar Bears
imgBernie Beyers and her LIHAC Quilt
Bernie Beyers and her LIHAC Quilt
imgChristmas Party 2017
Christmas Party 2017
imgPurdue Learning Center Tour
Purdue Learning Center Tour
imgSoup Social
Soup Social
imgOctober Ladies Lunch
October Ladies Lunch
imgMillers Pitch In
Millers Pitch In
imgCars at Millers Pitch-IN
Cars at Millers Pitch-IN
imgA great picnic pix
A great picnic pix
imgQuite a line of cars at the LIHAC picnic
Quite a line of cars at the LIHAC picnic
img2017 Picnic in the Park
2017 Picnic in the Park
imgLIHAC at the Beef House
LIHAC at the Beef House
imgCurt's Hudson - Beautiful!!
Curt's Hudson - Beautiful!!
imgJoe's 1938 Buick - Beautiful
Joe's 1938 Buick - Beautiful

A Message from Our President

 

What a wonderful time we live in!  I remember when I first started working on cars and motorcycles.  Finding information about them was limited to parts and service manuals the dealer would let me have plus Chilton's at the library.

Now we have the Internet and in less than a minute I can access online service manuals plus forums where there are thousands of owners of the same car I have.

Car related news and entertainment is also widely available.  Here are some of the forums I use:  BringATrailer.com, an auction/trading site for uncommon vehicles; Jalopnik.com, cars news and ancedotes; GarageJournal.com, not about cars but about where we keep them and work on them; SolsticeForum.com, near and dear to my heart!; GM-Volt.com, another important one; AutoNews.com, with morning and afternoon news videos; GMInsideNews.com, everything GM. I'm sure you have your favorites too!  If you have a useful or fun webpage you visit, share it with the rest of us, send an email to 'lihacevent@googlegroups.com' and let us know about it.



Tim Lange

 

LIHAC President






Upcoming Events

Announcements


Many events for you to enjoy in June,  See below

Thursday June 14th - Ladies Lunch

Thursday June 14th is Ladies Lunch this month.  LeMoyne Senesac is hostess at Trish's Red Bird Cafe 696 Walnut St. in Dayton IN.  The time is 11:30am.  Sign up at the June meeting or call LeMoyne at 765-589-3146.  This new restaurant is going to be a great hit, and you will want to return.  Walnut St. is also SR38.

Friday June 15th. - Mens Breakfast

This months mens breakfast will be Friday June 15th at the Downtowner in Market Square.  Be there at 8:30 - no reservations required.

Saturday June 16th - Soldiers Home Car Show

The Soldiers Home Car Show will be on Saturday June 16th at the Indiana Soldiers Home in West Lafayette. Time is 11am till 2pm.  Lunch tickets can be purchased at the office and drinks will be available as usual.  Plan to arrive at Soldiers Home between 10:15 and 10:45.  Bob Burkhalter is the contact person for this event, you can call him with questions at 491-6686

Saturday June 23rd - St. Anthony Healthcare car show

Our St. Anthony Healthcare car show will be on Saturday June 23rd.  Time is 10am till 2pm.  Please plan to bring an old car for the residents to enjoy.  The location is 1205 N. 14th.  There will be designated parking for the old cars.  If you have questions, contact Tim Lange at timlange3@gmail.com

Saturday June 30th - Poker Run

Jon Steiner is sponsoring this new LIHAC event on Saturday June 30th. 

Poker Run:  On June 30 we will be taking an evening drive through the country.  This will be a poker run with a $20 gas card as the prize.  We will start at the Innovation Church on Concord Road at 6:30 p.m. Here you will receive two playing cards.  The first stop will be in Stockwell at the United Methodist Church.  You will receive two more playing cards.  Then we are off to Deer Track Golf Course and pick up two more cards.  From there we head to The Igloo on Veterans Parkway for the last one card.  At this time you will have 7 cards to make your best hand of 5 cards.  The total time for the trip will be about an hour and a half.  Bring you driving and card playing skills for a summer drive in the country.

Innovation Church is located approx. 1 mile South of Veterans Pky on Concord Rd, near 450 South.  It will be on the right side of the road, you can't miss it.  

Tech Tip

 

I was recently researching on the subject of antifreeze/coolant to determine the best to use in my new radiator on my 36 Ford. I was quite shocked to learn that the modern cars use an entirely different formula, and you should never use the new stuff in your antique car. The delineating factor is if you have a brass copper solder radiator you must use the old formulas. The new stuff will literally eat the solder from the radiator as well as pit your cast iron block. I checked with two antifreeze companies Prestone and Peak and received the exact same information from their technical people . All modern formulations are for aluminum radiators ,do not use them. Prestone does have an intermediary formula in the yellow jug than can be used if the car is driven at least once a month. It has a service live five years. But if you’re like most people and it sets all winter they don’t recommend it. Both companies recommend what is called prime conventional green, it is a very old formula and the only negative about it is high toxicity and two year service life . I couldn’t find the prestone brand at any of the stores, but the Peak brand is readily available. Peak bottles it for NAPA , part number RTU1GAL. that’s the pre mixed,ready to use. So check your car and see if it is green, if it’s not you probably should change it. As a sidenote Bob Burkhalter can tell you how to determine when you’re antifreeze is going bad (it becomes acidic). Maybe we could get him to post that information on this site for you?Happy motoring Jeff Findlay 

 


 

 



 

 

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MEMBERS CARS FOR SALE:

1959 Studebaker Lark.   Pat Lawson is offering her '59 Studebaker LARK for sale, asking $5,500.  New wheel cylinder new master cylinder, with new brake and fuel lines and tires.  Car was partially restored in 2014 and has been stored in a  heated garage.  Several additional Studebaker parts come with the car.  Contact Pat Lawson at 765-477-7102 or at pmlawson2@comcast.net        Photo of the car is shown above.



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Upcoming Meetings

First Tuesday each month at 
MCL West  Lafayette. 6:00pm
LIHAC meets at MCL restaurant  and cafateria

521 Sagamore Pkwy W, West Lafayette,IN

Tuesday July 3rd

6:45pm

LIHAC Meeting

NOTE ! Meeting time is 6:45, please come early if you wish to have dinner before the meeting

Tuesday, August 7th
6:45 pm
LIHAC meeting

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