The Crosley Automobile Club has undertaken a new project to promote the restoration of Crosleys among young people with its new Crosley Youth Project.
A Crosley frame and engine have already been donated to the project, and the club is seeking other parts from members and vendors to complete the car for a young winner. The selected youth will be introduced to the membership at the National show in Wauseon, Ohio, in July.
The club members have long felt that the future of the old car restoration hobby is dependent on the introduction of young people to its joys and rewards. This project is the Crosley Automobile Club’s way of starting this process.
The Crosley was America’s first mass-produced small car and was built from 1939-’52. The Crosley is, according to many club members, among the biggest bargains in the old-car hobby today.
Those interested in Crosley Club membership, or in contributing to the project, may contact president Dave Anspach at email@example.com, or by mail at 307 Schaeffer Road, Blandon, PA 19510.