Current Issue of Quicksilver - Winter 2022
The Winter 2022 Quicksilver has been mailed. It has more information on the Aug. 3-7 annual IMOA show, including details on the Bristol Motor Speedway and Bays Park and Planetarium visits. Other stories include a test drive of the Ford Maverick XLT hybrid by IMOA President Jerry Robbin, IMOA member Bob Easton troubleshoots how to haul his jet boat with his 1968 Monterey, an overview of the 1969 Cyclone Spoiler II, an Indiana dealership offers cheap deals on worn Mercury vehicles and much more!
Winter 2022 Classifieds are posted in the Classifieds section.
We have posted the IMOA bylaws online in PDF files at this link: IMOA bylaws
There will be information in the Winter 2022 issue of Quicksilver on how those without Internet access can obtain a copy of them.
The Fall 2021 Quicksilver has been mailed. The big news is that next year’s annual show will be in Tennessee Aug. 3-7, with a highlight being a visit to the Bristol Motor Speedway.
An overview of the show is in the Events section, along with links to the 2022 show registration forms.
The Fall Classifieds are already online.
Other articles in the Fall issue include Part One of an overview of the Cyclone; a drive report from IMOA President Jerry Robbin on the 2021 Bronco; highlights of the 2021 show in Denver from Chuck Clarke and Mike O’Hagen; Mercury trucks from Canada; 1972 Mercury literature collectibles; an update on Tom Maruska’s XM Turnpike Cruiser restoration; and more.
A note to those renewing their memberships, or new members, that the print edition of the Fall Quicksilver inadvertently contained old annual membership fees. They are now $45 yearly and $85 for two years; Canada $50 yearly and $95 for two years; worldwide, $55 yearly and $105 for two years. The forms on our Web site are correct.