imgOctober Breakfast Tour
October Breakfast Tour
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
imgSunday dinner at Dog & Suds
Sunday dinner at Dog & Suds
imgBreakfast Tour 2017
Breakfast Tour 2017
imgMay Ladies Lunch
May Ladies Lunch
imgLIHAC at the Beef House
LIHAC at the Beef House
imgLIHAC at the Fowler Theater
LIHAC at the Fowler Theater
img1st tour for 2017
1st tour for 2017
imgLouisville Tour Group
Louisville Tour Group
imgNovember Mid-week tour to Delphi
November Mid-week tour to Delphi
imgLIHAC members at The Wolcott House
LIHAC members at The Wolcott House
imgCar For Sale - See Details below
Car For Sale - See Details below
img30+ LIHAC Members at the Soup Social
30+ LIHAC Members at the Soup Social
imgJoe's 1938 Buick - Beautiful
Joe's 1938 Buick - Beautiful
imgCurt's Hudson - Beautiful!!
Curt's Hudson - Beautiful!!

A Message from Our President


As our summer begins to wind down, we all look forward to the great fall outings and tours that this season will bring for us and our cars. Everyone has been enjoying our outings and I want to thank each one of you that have planned a gathering for us in the last year. Don’t forget that we are always looking for people that have never planned a gathering to participate and do their part in the club so that we can continue to have new places to go and so that our members that have planned so many other trips don’t get burned out doing this over and over for us. We love seeing all these hidden places that many of us have never experienced! We look forward to your help in planning some of our future outings.


Our annual auction is right around the corner, so start gathering up your items to sell and raise money for the club. We always have a lot of fun and a lot of great items donated each year for this event. Don’t forget that we also need everyone to buy at least one item or make a donation to the club to help support our efforts for all the future events. 


Election of officers is right around the corner and if you have a desire to be a club officer or even to serve on a committee, let it be known so that we can keep you in our sights for getting you involved. 


Please keep in your thoughts and prayers our members that have health concerns. We miss each one of your and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers and hope that each one of you are able to improve so that you can join us for our future gatherings.


LIHAC President

Upcoming Events


Mens Breakfast and the Soup Social this week!!

Friday October 20th - Mens Breakfast

LIHAC men meet at the Downtowner in Market Square for breakfast at 8:30am on Friday October 20th.  No reservations required.

Sunday October 22nd - Soup Social

We will meet at the Buck Creek Community center beginning at 1:00 on Sunday October 22nd for our annual Soup Social.  Jean and Jerry Barnett will host this event.  Details on what to bring will be coming soon.

Sunday October 29th - Sandhill Cranes Viewing Tour

Pam and Mike Luenz are planning a tour to view the awesome Sandhill Cranes on Sunday October 29th. 

Meet at the Tippecanoe Ampitheatre on October 29 about 3:30, leaving at 3:45 to head north on 43.  We have an early dinner stop at The Whistle Stop restaurant and museum at about 4:30.  Leaving there about 5:30, we head north to the Jasper-Pulaski Wildlife area to see the thousands and thousands of sandhill cranes, with wild deer in the field with them and maybe even a whooping crane !  

There is a large observation deck to use, with a ramp or stairs for access.  Bring binoculars, a jacket if cool and bug spray if we haven't had a hard freeze yet.  Any questions, please call us.  There is no cost for seeing the birds.  You might like to see the railroad museum it The Whistle Stop.  There is a small fee for that.  Dinner is on your own.

Tech Tip



An easy way to check the oil level in a manual transmission/differential is to use an allen key, use the short end of course, insert it down into the filll opening, if there is oil on it when you withdraw it, your oil level is fine.
 To add oil, I use a pump oilier to add oil as it is hard to pour oil into these openings.
# 90 gear lube is fine for differentials, but it is no advised by most shop manuals for Transmissions. 
Yours may vary but I use 50wt. oil in my Studebaker transmissions/overdrives, it works just fine. Do not overfill!!  Submitted by Harold Williams





1930 Model A --Very nice running and driving Model A ready for the road.  Everything works, nice interior, cowl lights, engine # A2756636.  Alternator, rebuilt Zenith Carburetor, rebuilt distributor with modern Nu-Rex points and condenser, Nu-Rex automatic spark advance.  Rear window shade, fiberglass fenders, leather trunk, nice paint job.  NOTE!  The teddy bear in the back seat and the 1930 license plates DO NOT sell with the car.  

PRICE  $15,900 -- Contact Mike Luenz 765-532-7173 for additional details and pictures.

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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 November 7th


LIHAC Meeting


Tuesday, December 5th
6:00 pm
LIHAC meeting

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