Current Issue of Quicksilver - Summer 2015
UPDATE 8/20/15: We are running daily content from the 2015 IMOA annual show on this site starting today, so click on the above Blog link to see what club members are doing in Spearfish, Deadwood and points in between. Today is a touring day with the actual IMOA car show to be held tomorrow. Saturday will likely be a visit to the annual Kool Deadwood Nites car show for most members and the IMOA show officially ends Sunday. Click here to a link to a preview story in the Black Hills Pioneer newspaper about the IMOA car show on Friday.
The Summer issue of Quicksilver is out with coverage of recent IMOA regional meets in Golden, Colo., and Atwood, Kan. There were a lot of new faces and cars – it’s good to see Mercury activity going on in all parts of the country.
This is the last issue before the national IMOA show in Spearfish and Deadwood, S.D., Aug. 20-23, with (important!) the IMOA car judging to be held on Friday, Aug. 21, at the host Holiday Inn Convention Center in Spearfish, about 15 miles from Deadwood. The deadline for registration is July 27.
The annual show is in conjunction with the Kool Deadwood Nites car show, held on the same days, and there are lots of touring opportunities in the Badlands and Black Hills area. Check out the Events section for the latest Calendar of Events for the show. It also has a link to registration forms for the show.
Classifieds have been updated as of July 1. Ads received since then will be added individually to the Classifieds section and then published in the Fall 2015 issue of Quicksilver.
The Summer issue also has stories on certified appraisals, a look at the wide variety of Mercury emblems, John Harvey’s column on how the definition of a classic car changes through time, IMOA President Jerry Robbin’s drive report on the 2015 Ford F150, Mercury-themed caskets, Rich Anderson’s 1947 convertible barn find and more!
If you have pictures and/or stories of your car, feel free to send them to IMOA for use in future Quicksilver issues! They can be e-mailed to email@example.com, or mailed to IMOA, P.O. Box 1245, Northbrook, IL 60065-1245.