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Building History

Located in Perkasie, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, our main shop was built in the early 1920's for Branch Moving & Storage. The building has been used as a hosiery mill, carpet store and furniture repair shop. In the 1970's it housed a slot car track and for 25 years was the home of Dudley Baseballs, the maker of the official baseballs for the American and National Leagues. It was also home to an automobile dealership in the 1950's.

The back of the building when first constructed in early 1920's for Branch Moving and Storage.

Branch Storage Company (1923-1938)

Eastern U.S. truck transportation was developed with the key help of a Perkasie family. It began in 1916 when Robert T. Hendricks took a load of pants from Perkasie to New York in a Model T Ford truck. Doing this enabled him to create a motor truck company called Branch Storage Co. with his brothers Eugene and Harvey. They called the company Branch Storage because it was located near Branch Creek.

By 1922 Branch Storage Co had ten trucks going between New York City and and Bucks County. They sold their business to the Butensky Brothers of New York City in the early 1930's and changed the name to Branch Motor Express Co.

For many years Eugene Hendricks was manager of the Allentown Depot. The Branch trucks were seen for many years on major highways throughout the Eastern United States.

Philadelphia Silk Firm (1938-?)

In 1938 the building was leased to Albert and Thomas Doughty to operate a Philadelphia silk firm and filled with 20 machines, mostly footers and leggers for making hosiery, and employed 75 people.

Unfortunately there is not a lot of information available about the war years but it is assumed that the silk firm remained in the building until the late 40's or early 50's possibly making parachutes.

Earl S. Bachman Chrysler - Plymouth (?-1953)

In 1953 the Berger & Berger Chrysler - Plymouth automobile agency was formed to purchase the franchise formerly held by Earl S. Bachman. Berger & Berger is located at the same site used by the Bachman Agency on S. 4th St. in the former Branch Storage building.

Berger & Berger Chrysler - Plymouth (1953-1957)

From 1953 through 1957 the building was leased by Bob and Russell Berger, who operated a Chrysler-Plymouth dealership until they added DeSoto and moved to 124 N. 6th St. In 1953 Berger & Berger had the privlilege of furnishing a new Chrysler ambulance for the Dublin Fire Company. The fact that Dublin replaced their ambulance with a Chrysler was indicative of the service offered by the the car and the agency.

 LeMans Model Car Raceway (1960-1968)

In the 1960's it housed a slot car track, and we recently received a visit from the son of the owner of LeMans Model Car Raceway who provided some newspaper clippings and photos of the race tracks in the building. Herbert and Lucille Hausmann set up the raceway in May of 1966 offering fun and prizes for “Moms and Daughters as well as Dads and Sons”. There were two ‘Official Championship Raceways’ certified by the American Model Car Racing Congress, as well as a drag strip running the full length of the building.

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On November 5th they had the first ‘Big Time’ event where the local Perkasie team beat out the State Champs from Sellersville and they were awarded prizes in front of “over 100 spectators”.

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Unfortunately, at 4:40pm on June 12th 1968 a fire started downstairs in what was then a machine shop making parts for Ametek, a gauge manufacturing operation in Sellersville. The raceway tracks were damaged by the water that was used to extinguish the blaze and caused an estimated $7,000 damage. In August 1968 they held a ‘Fire Sale’ where you could purchase race cars, tires, chassis, power controls for ½ the regular price as well as folding chairs and a Coke Machine.

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Claude Bowen’s Metal Shop (1960's?-1968?)

At some point in the 60's Claude Bowen operated a machine shop that made parts for U.S. Gauge/Ametek, a gauge operation in Sellersville. Unfortunately, at 4:40pm on June 12th 1968 a fire started downstairs in the machine shop causing Claude Bowen to possibly close his doors or he may have been able to continue his operation. The information about this business is hard to find. The raceway tracks were also damaged by the water that was used to extinguish the blaze and caused an estimated $7,000 damage.There is still evidence of fire damage to the beams downstairs. The water from the hoses damaged the tracks and LeMans Raceway closed its doors.

Dudley Sports (1968-1990)

From 1968 to 1990 Dudley Sports leased the building from Sam Doughty. The building was called the Samalto building. Sam Doughty was involved with the Mt. Alto coal yards, thus Sam…Alto. Dudley Sports installed cutting tables and machines used to cut covers for softballs and baseballs.

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The Hubbert Family (Pennridge) – About 1920 Ed and Walt Hubbert arranged with A. G. Spalding Company to stitch the covers on American and National League baseballs in their home in Perkasie.

 

 

 Through the years the family business grew until about 50 stitchers worked in the baseball factory and about 300 stitchers worked in their homes. After 1950, a new softball was developed – the Dudley softball – and it became the most popular softball in the U.S.A. The Hubbert’s were local sponsors of many town teams and generous with donations of balls to many Pennridge area groups.

You see, major league baseballs were made in this town during the Babe Ruth era.
When The Perk’s owner Larry Nacarella was asked about the possibility that Babe Ruth could have
hit a home run with a ball from Perkasie he didn’t hesitate to answer.
“No question about it,” he said.

That’s some serious sports talk which is why Nacarella decorates his restaurant with baseball
memorabilia in honor of the family who started it all.
“Dave Hubbert, Hubbert is the family name, his father and his uncle did a lot of the baseball
stitching in the area,” said Nacarella. “That’s something we’re proud of.”
Even more special on this evening, 94-year-old hometown boy Dave Hubbert himself was at The
Perk to tell me about making baseballs.
“I was stitching baseballs when I was a kid in high school and getting 25 cents an hour,” said
Hubbert.
Hubbert’s dad and uncle started the business in the early 1900’s with his mom stitching ball
covers.
“I was practically sitting on her lap when she sewed baseballs,” he said.
Dave worked in the family business as a kid.
When he grew up he developed a ball called the Dudley Softball that is sold nationally today.
“The covers are cut very precise to keep the leather at the same thickness,” Hubbert explained.
“Because it would affect the flight of the ball when you hit it.”
“It’s the bottom of the 9th, you can only put one batter up to hit one of your balls out of the park,
who do you put at the plate?” asked Woodill.
“Oh boy, one of the best for that, Ted Williams and Babe Ruth, I’d put those guys up,” said
Hubbert.

The Shop at the Dry Sink Antiques / Wright Flooring (1990-1995)

A furniture store in Chalfont called The Shop at the Dry Sink Antiques started a wood-working / furniture repair shop and rented the upstairs.  Also in the rented building carpets were stored downstairs by Melvin "Rocky" Wright of Wright Flooring that still exists in Silverdale. When the furniture store went out of business they closed the repair shop in 1995.

Ragtops & Roadsters (1995-present)

In 1990 Mike Engard strarted a business that restores and services British Automobiles in the small building located in the alley between 4th and 5th Streets. We moved into this building, 203 S. 4th St, in 1995. Since then we have grown to become one of the top British automobile restoration shops in the country. We currently have 13 employees working to provide our customers with top quality restoration and service.

2019 Events Calendar

August
8/25 DVR AACA Summer Picnic, Chalfont, PA
8/29 – 9/2 Historic Festival 35, Lime Rock Park, Lakeville, CT
8/31 54th Annual Duryea Day, Boyertown, PA
September
9/5 – 9/8 SVRA US Vintage Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, NY
9/6 – 9/8 Radnor Hunt Concours, Edgemont, PA
9/8 Jaguar Drivers Club Vanderbuilt Concours Show, Centerport LI, NY
9/13 – 9/15 Goodwood Revival Goodwood House, Chichester, West Sussex, UK
9/13 – 9/15 Hemmings Motor News 13th Annual Concours, Lake George, NY
9/13 – 9/15 The British Invasion, Stowe, VT
9/14 – 9/15 Cobble Beach Concours, Kemble, ON, CAN
9/14 22nd Annual Brits on the Beach, Ocean Grove, NJ
9/14 Brits by the River, Delaware City, DE.
9/15 55th Annual NC JOC Concours d’Elegance, Purcellville, VA
9/15 Hagley Antique Car Show, Wilmington, DE.
9/17 21st Annual Orphan Car Show, Ypsilanti, MI
9/18 – 9/23 Volvo Club of America National Meet, San Lois Obispo, CA
9/20 – 9/22 America’s British Reliability Run, Lahaska, PA
9/22 Woodstock British Car Show, Woodstock, NY
9/22 – 9/26 Austin Healey Encounter, Ocean City , NJ
9/27 – 9/28 VSCCA Lime Rock Finale, Lakeville, CT
9/27 – 9/29 St. Michaels Concours d’Elegance, St Michaels, MD
9/28 40th Annual MGs on the Rocks, Bel Aire, MD
9/28 North American Cecil Kimber Run, Clinton, NJ
October
10/2 – 10/6 Fall Carlisle, Carlisle, PA
10/3 – 10/6 Triumph TR 6 Pack Trials, St Louis, MO
10/5 Autumn Leaf British Car and Bike Show, Bethlehem, PA
10/6 Classics at Brantwynn, Wilmington, DE
10/9 – 10/12 AACA Eastern Fall Meet, Hershey, PA
10/12 British Car and Bike Show, Lahaska, PA
10/13 24th Annual Hunt Country Classic, Middleburg, VA
10/19 24th Euro Auto Festival, Greenville , SC
10/19 – 10/20 Atlanta Concours d’Elegance, Atlanta, GA
10/24 – 11/3 Hilton Head Concours d’Elegance, Hilton Head, SC
November
11/5 Guy Fawkes Day, Milford, NJ
11/24 “Before We Put em' Away Run”, Perkasie, PA
11/24 Fall Open House Pollock Auto Restoration, Pottstown, PA
11/23 – 11/24 24th Annual VRG Turkey Bowl , Summit Point, WV
December
To Be Determined

 

Other Events Calendars

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Specialty Insurance for your Collector Car

You’ve just purchased the car of your dreams. Pop quiz: What is both the last thing you want to deal with but also the most important? That’s right, insurance – more specifically, specialty insurance for your collector car.

What exactly is specialty insurance? Without the boring textbook definition, simply think of it as a type of insurance coverage specifically designed to provide the best protection for your property – in this case, your vehicle. It takes into account how your Collector Car is typically used, what matters to you as the policy holder and, most importantly, offers the true value of your car in case of a loss.

There are two basic types of insurance companies out there: general insurers, who provide a suite of products in an attempt to appeal to the masses, and specialty insurers, who focus on a specific niche and focus all their efforts into a specific area of expertise. Companies such as Hagerty (www.hagerty.com) specialize in collector car insurance and have built their entire business and knowledge around that.

Your next question is likely, “How do you determine if a vehicle is a collector car?” Simply stated, think of a collector car as the fun car you don’t have to have. In order for a vehicle to qualify for a collector car policy, there must be one regular-use vehicle for every driver in the household – each covered on a standard auto policy. The premiums for collector car insurance policies are priced based on the premise that these collector vehicles are not used for necessary everyday transportation.

The beauty for the consumer is there are several options out there, so you can easily compare prices and services. Hagerty is the largest specialty insurance provider for collector cars in the world and offers the following advice when seeking out the best coverage for your collector vehicle(s) in your garage:

How will the insurance company assess the value of your car?

This is one of the most – if not the most – important questions to ask. Will the policy be written as an Actual Cash Value (ACV), Stated Value (SV) or Agreed Value (AV) policy? To the casual observer, these three types of policies may seem the same, but the fundamental difference is how depreciation is factored into the value of your collector car in the event of a covered total loss. An ACV policy will simply assess what the insurance company thinks is the current market value of your car at the time of the loss and pay out only what they think the car is worth. If you experience a total loss with an ACV policy, good luck getting what you paid for your car. Most standard car policies are ACV, and this makes sense considering everyday vehicles depreciate in value as time goes on.

A Stated Value (SV) policy is designed so you can state the value of your car at the time the insurance policy is issued, and your premium is based upon that stated value. This is better than an ACV policy, as you discuss the value of your car with your insurance agent ahead of time. However, at the time of a loss – especially a total loss – a SV policy allows the insurance company to still depreciate from the original stated value, based on a number of factors including any obvious wear and tear, miles, previous unclaimed damage, etc. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that if an insurance company can factor in any amount of depreciation they want, they’ll likely find a way to do so in order to lessen the amount they pay out on a claim.

Neither an ACV nor SV policy covers you completely. Both figure in depreciation. An Agreed Value (AV) policy, on the other hand, does not. You and your agent agree upon a value for your car at the time the policy is issued, and in the event of a total covered loss, you receive a check for the total Agreed Value. No questions. No depreciation. No squabbling.

And whether the value of your car goes up or down, you always have the ability to change the Agreed Value amount. The key is, you agreed upon the value ahead of time, so that in the event of a loss you don’t have to battle your insurance company over the amount you are owed.

Who handles the claims process?

This is also an important question. Of course, you don’t plan on anything bad ever happening to your car. But, if it does your next concern is who is taking care of your car. Remember, this article is talking about the fun car you don’t have to have—so you are most likely very concerned with who is caring for your baby versus the commuter car you drive back and forth to work every day. Virtually all large general insurance companies have claims adjusters who handle all sorts of claims from homes, to personal property, to art, to modern cars, etc and are not specially trained in one particular area of expertise. On the other end, the smallest of specialty insurance companies are not large enough to have their own in-house claims department so they end up farming out the claims process to a third party call center—equally as bad. The best case scenario is to go with a specialty insurance company that handles the entire claims process in house. This means that not only is the policy specifically designed for you, the person handling your claim only deals with collector cars that a specialized level of care versus how most modern (dare I say “disposable”) cars are repaired. This is a huge advantage for you to work with a claims adjuster who actually understands the significance of your car and also the passion you have for it.

Who can repair your car in the event of a claim?

Many insurance companies want to restrict you to their own “network” of repair facilities to do the work on your car. While one of the reasons they create such a network is so the facility is deemed a trustworthy and reputable shop you can be sure that the insurance company has also dictated the amount the shop can charge for repairs. This works for the standard insurance market who primarily deals with modern every day vehicles but not necessarily with collector cars. A specialty insurance company understands that it takes a specialized shop with certain expertise to properly and authentically repair your collector car. So, another important question to ask when choosing an insurance company is if you can choose the repair shop of your choice—even if it means you want to fix your own car. If the answer is anything other than an open ended “yes” you should look elsewhere.

What should you do if you experience an accident?

No one wants to be involved in an accident, especially in a collector car they’re passionate about. But accidents do happen, so be prepared. If an accident occurs and no one is injured, get you and your passengers to a safe place away from moving traffic, then contact the local authorities to report the accident. Whether or not the accident is your fault, it is important to file a police report.

When it is safe to do so, take photos of the accident scene, even if the only camera available is on your cell phone. Finally, after the vehicle is safely removed from the scene, contact your insurance company within 24 hours, if possible, and begin the claims process.

Other questions to ask about collector car insurance

  • Are there any annual mileage restrictions? Some policies have mileage restrictions or will charge based on different mileage tiers. (At Hagerty, there is no formal mileage restriction. What we are more concerned about is that the vehicle is not used as a regular use vehicle. As long as there is a regular use vehicle for each driver in the household this satisfies this requirement.)
  • Who can operate my car? Does each driver need to be listed on the policy or can anyone use the car with my permission and be covered? (At Hagerty, we call this a permissive use policy, and all of our policies feature this. This means that you can allow anyone to drive your car and they are fully covered by the policy. We trust that you aren’t going to hand over the keys to your prized collector car to someone you don’t trust as a good driver.)
  • Do I have to notify the insurance company when the car will be placed in long-term storage? (Many companies have a different outlook on this. It is important to know the terms of your policy to avoid any misunderstandings down the road. At Hagerty, the policy is designed so don’t have to notify us when it goes in and out of seasonal storage. Again, we trust that you aren’t going to drive your prized collector car when the streets are covered with snow and salt.)
  • Are additional/spare parts covered? This is important if you have additional parts for your car that are considered “extra”. For example, what happens if you have a spare set of rims, extra body parts or an extra rear muffler from a swap meet sitting in the garage and they are stolen? Don’t expect your standard homeowner’s policy to readily cover the full cost of those valuable parts. (Most collector car policies—including a policy with Hagerty—have the ability to extend coverage to valuable spare parts but it is very important to have that conversation with your agent so the value is documented and you know you are properly covered.)

Hagerty Insurance Agency, Inc.

Hagerty Insurance Agency, Inc. is the leading insurance agency for collector vehicles in the world and host to the largest network of collector car owners. Hagerty offers insurance for collector cars, motorcycles and motorcycle safety equipment, tractors, automotive tools and spare parts, and even “automobilia” (any historic or collectible item linked with motor vehicles). Hagerty also offers overseas shipping/touring insurance coverage, commercial coverage and club liability coverage. For more information about coverage on your collector cars, contact Hagerty’s Private Client Services department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (888) 460-6040. You can also visit www.hagerty.com for further information.

For more information about Collector Car Insurance, as well as a listing of classic automobile insurers, Hemmings Motor News provides more information here.

May 2020

In this May 2020 issue read about the upcoming events later this summer:  America's British Reliabiity Run and Ragtops & Roadsters' 30th Open House. Read about cars recently delivered. Read our review of the Lane Motoring Museum. The calendar of events for the current month is unfortunately empty.
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April 2020

In this April 2020 issue read about the upcoming events: the Cars & Motorcycles of England  9CANCELLED), America's British Reliabiity Run and Ragtops & Roadsters' 30th Open House. We have a few words about Keeping Calm from a Rolls Royce Owner's Club article. Read about cars recently delivered. Read our review of the Amelia Island Concours. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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March 2020

In this March 2020 issue read about the upcoming events: the Amelia Island Concours, Cars & Motorcycles of England, America's British Reliabiity Run and Ragtops & Roadsters' 30th Open House. Read about cars recently delivered. Read our review of the Philadelphia International Auto Show. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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February 2020

In this February 2020 issue read about the upcoming Philadelphia International Auto Show, the Amelia Island Concours and Ragtops & Roadsters' 30th Open House. Read about cars recently delivered and continuing progress on the 1963 Jaguar E-type. Read our review of the Best of Britain display at the Simeone Museum. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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January 2020

In this January 2020 issue read about the upcoming Best of Britain display at the Simeone Museum. Read about cars recently delivered and progress on a 1963 Jaguar E-type. Read our review of the Ford vs. Ferrari Premiere and the Spirit of Competition banquet at the Simeone Foundation Museum and the Car Smarts Radio broadcast. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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December 2019

In this December 2019 issue read about the upcoming Best of Britain display at the Simeone Museum. Read about cars recently delivered. Read our review of the Before We Put 'em Away run and a visit to the Morgan Motor Co. in the UK. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month, this month highlighting the area clubs' holiday parties.
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November 2019

In this November 2019 issue read about these coming events: the Before We Put 'em Away run and the Best of Britain display at the Simeone Museum. Read about cars recently delivered and an update on the Railton. Read our review of the Classics at Brantwyn, the AACA Fall Meet and the Hunt Country Classic. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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October 2019

In this October 2019 issue read about these coming events: Classics at Brantwyn, the AACA Fall Meet, the Before We Put 'em Away run and the Best of Britain display at the Simeone Museum. Read an update on the Railton. Read our review of the Watkins Glen SVRA Vintage Races & GP Festival, the American British Reliability Run and Brits by the Beach. As always there is a calendar of events for the current month.
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September 2019

In this September 2019 issue read about these coming events: the Hemmings Concours d'Elegance,  the Watkins Glen SVRA Vintage Races & GP Festival, the AHSTC Encounter and the Americal British Reliability Run. Read a little about recent deliveries of an E-Type, a Lotus Excel and a Lotus Europa. Read our review of Under the Stars in Perkasie, and Log 39.  As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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August 2019

In this August 2019 issue read about these coming events: the New Hope Auto Show, Under the Stars in Perkasie, the SVRA Vintage Races & GP Festival and the Americal British Reliability Run. Read a little about recent deliveries of a Spitfire, Jaguar XJS and a Lotus Europa. Read our review of the Rebels vs. Redcoats event and the DVT's visit to the PA Live Steamers.  As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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July 2019

In this July 2019 issue read about these coming events: Rebels vs. Redcoats, Under the Stars in Perkasie and the Americal British Reliability Run. Read a little about recent deliveries of a TR3A, MGA, MGB, Lancia Fulvia, a corvair Corsa and a MKIX Jaguar. Read our review of the Cars and Motorcycles of England and the Elegance of Hershey. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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June 2019

In this June 2019 issue read about the these coming events: Cars and Motorcycles of England, Rebels vs. Redcoats, and the Elegance of Hershey. Read a little about recent deliveries of a Lotus esprit, Truimph TR6 and Triumph Italia. Read our review of the Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House and r.d Enterprises' open house. We have paved our back parking area. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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May 2019

In this May 2019 issue read about these coming events: Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House and the Elegance of Hershey. Read about recent cars we serviced. Read our review of the Triuph vs. MG rally. We have some information from SEMA on States' license plate requirements. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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April 2019

In this April 2019 issue read about these coming events: the Amelia Island Concours, Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House and the Cars & Motorcycles of England show. Read about recent cars we serviced. Read our reviews of  Amelia Island Concours and the 2019 P.A.L.S planning meeting. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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March 2019

In this March 2019 issue read about these coming events: the Amelia Island Concours, Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House and the Cars & Motorcycles of England show. Read about our work on a 1995 Caterham and 1962 TR3. Read our reviews on the Best fo Britain display ath the Simeone Foundation Museum and the Philadelphia Auto Show. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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January 2019

In this January 2019 issue read about these coming events: The Philadelphia Auto Show and the Simeon Museum's "Best of Britain" exhibit. Read about 3 cars delivered this month. Read our reports on the Olde York Road Sportscar Club and the Madison Ave. Sports Car Driving and Chowder Society parties. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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December 2018

In this December 2018 issue read about these coming events: the Simeon Museum's "Best of Britain" exhibit, and a holiday party reminder. Is it Time to Put 'em Away?. Read our reports on the Before We Put 'em Away Run and the DVT Ploughman's Lunch Charity Run. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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May 2017

In this May 2017 issue read about these coming events: Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House, LOG 37 and the Cars & Motorcycles of England show. Read about our work on a 1961 Lotus Super Seven. Read our reviews on the TR vs MG and the visit to Audrain Museum. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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April 2017

In this April 2017 issue read about these coming events: Battle for the Lucas Cup rally, Ragtops & Roadsters' Open House and the Cars & Motorcycles of England show. . Read about our work reassembling a stalled MGTF restoration. Read our reviews on the Simeon Museum AC Retrospective, the Amelia Island Concours and the Inside F1 Racing talk. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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March 2017

In this March 2017 issue read about the ongoing Simeon Museum AC Retrospective and the upcoming Amelia Island Concours. Read about our work on a Jaguar XK150S. Read our reviews on the AACA Annual Meet, the 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show and the Simeon Museum AC Retrospective Dinner. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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February 2017

In this February 2017 issue read about the upcoming 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show and the Simeon Museum AC Retrospective. See our startup work on a 1972 Lotus Europa stored for 30 years. Read our reviews on the 4th Arizona Concours and the DVT's 40th anniversary party. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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January 2017

In this January 2017 issue read about the upcoming 2017 Philadelphia Auto Show and the Simeon Museum AC Retrospective. See the 1930 Austin Seven Special currently in the shop. Read our reviews on the Before We put 'em Away Run, the Simeon Museum's Spirit of Competition event, the Amore Della Strada and the UKNEC Classic Car Show. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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November 2016

In this November 2016 issue read about the upcoming Before We put 'em Away Run and the Simeon Museum's Spirit of Competition event and the Best of Britain spotlighting AC cars. Read our reviews on AACA Eastern Region Fall Meet, America's British Reliability Run and Art in Motion at Monticello . As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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October 2016

In this October 2016 issue read about the upcoming AACA Eastern Region Fall Meet, Brits at the Village, America's Reliability Run, the Before We put 'em away run and the Simeon Museum's Best of Britain spotlighting AC cars. Read our reports on the Coatesville Vintage Grand Prix and the Fall getaway. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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September 2016

In this September 2016 issue read about the upcoming Radnor concourse d'Elegance, St. Michaels concours d'Elegance and the AACA Eastern Region Fall Meet. We have a survivor MGTD in the shop to bring back to life. Read our reports on LOG36 Lotus National Meet and the New Hope auto show. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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August 2016

In this August 2016 issue read about the upcoming LOG36 Lotus National Meet, the New Hope auto show and the Radnor concourse d'Elegance. We have information for you on repairs to a TVR Vixen 2500. Read our reports on USA 7s track day, the Pittsburg Vintage Grand Prix, Comedians in Cars and the DVT picnic . As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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July 2016

In this July 2016 issue read about the upcoming Lotus Track Day, the Pittsburg Vintage Grand Prix and LOG36 Lotus National Meet. We have a tech tip about "time, money, quality" for you. Read our reports on the Italia win of an AACA Grand National award, the Cars & Motorcycles of England and British Motorcar Festival. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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June 2016

In this June 2016 issue read about the upcoming Cars & Motorcycles of England show, the British Motor Car Festival and America's British Reliability Run. We have a tech tip on brake fluid for you. read our reports on our successful Open House and the Carlisle Import and Performance Show. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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May 2016

In this May 2016 issue read about the upcoming Imports at Carlisle event and Cars & Motorcycles of England show. Read about the Lotus Super Seven in the shop, the Pinehurst concours and our visit to Moss Motors in VA. . As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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February 2016

In this February 2016 issue read about the upcoming Philadelphia International Auto Show and the AACA National Meeting in February. As always there is a calendar of events for the coming months.
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January 2016

In this January 2016 issue read about the upcoming Philadelphia International Auto Show and the AACA National Meeting in February. Our Shop Manager talks about "Doing it right". Follow our preparation of a 1952 Jaguar Mark VII for the Great American Race. Read our coverage of the "Before We Put 'em Away Run", the Keno Brothers' Rolling Sculpture auction, RM Sotheby's Driven by Disruption auction and the Simeon Museum Spirit of Competition event. As always there is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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November 2015

View our November 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the upcoming Before We Put 'Em Away run, an interesting Keno Brothers' Rolling Sculpture auction and the Simeon Museum Spirit of Competition event. Read our coverage of the America's British Reliability Run and the AACA national meet in Hershey PA. As always there is a calendar of events for the last months of the year.
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October 2015

View our October 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the Eastern Division AACA National Fall Meet, America's British Reliability Run, and the Before We Put 'Em Away run. We have a wiring tech tip for you. Read our coverage of the St.Michael's Concours, the DVT's Fall Getaway and The Radnor Concours. As always there is a calendar of events for the last months of the year.
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September 2015

View our September 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the New Hope Auto Show, the VTR 2015 National Convention and the DVT Summer Picnic. Read about the work on a 1959 Elva Courier. As always there is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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August 2015

View our August 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about The Elegance of Hershey, the USA7's Track Day and the Austin-Healey Enclave meet. Read about the restoration of a 1969 Mecerdes 280 SL . As always there is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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June 2015

View our June 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about British hardware for an MGTF. Read about our successful Open House and read about our participation in the Kas Kastner Cup and the Cars & Motorcycles of England show. As always there is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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May 2015

View our May 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about things to watch for when buying a classic car. There is coverage of our 5-speed conversion tech session. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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April 2015

View our April 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the Triumph Italia 2000 Vignale #122 at the 20th Annual Amelia Island Concours. Read about the first Holy Land 1000 Rally. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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March 2015

View our March 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the completion of Triumph Italia 2000 Vignale #122 in preparation for the 20th Annual Amelia Island Concours. Meet our new Shop Manager and read about the AACA exhibit at the Philadelphia Car Show. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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February 2015

View our February 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the progress on Triumph Italia 2000 Vignale #122 in preparation for the 20th Annual Amelia Island Concours. Read about the 50th anniversary dinner for the Delaware Valley Jaguar Club. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
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January 2015

View our February 2015 newsletter. In this issue read about the Brantwynn Concours, Bonham's auction at the Simeon foundation Museum and the AACA Fall Meet in Hershey. You'll find interesting reading about the Fall Get Away to Woodstock NY trip and the Before We Put 'em Away run. There is a calendar of events for January.
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October 2014

View our October 2014 newsletter. In this issue read about the 100 Motorcars of Radnor and LOG 34 in Asheville, NC. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
Version: 1 | Added on: 06-Nov-14

Winter 2013

View our Winter 2013 newsletter. In this issue read about the Philadelphia Auto Show. There is a calendar of events for the next few months.
Version: 1 | Added on: 07-Feb-13

November 2012

View our November 2012 newsletter. In this issue read about the changing of the guard as Rick retires and Carl takes over as our Shop Manager. We have reports on the Put Em Away Run and the effects of hurricane Sandy on the collector car scene. There is a calendar of events for the next few months. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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December 2011

View our December 2011 newsletter. In this issue read about The Triumph Trek and the Hershey Fall meet. We have a calendar of events for the next few months. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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September 2011

View our September 2011 newsletter. In this issue read about our participation at Das Awkscht Fescht and the New Hope Auto Show. Read about Dave's Triumph Italia's 50th birthday bash and the great cars at the Radnor concours. October Hershey is coming up. Our employee spotlight is on Bill this month. Learn about Birkin cars and an upcoming auction of car items. We have a calendar of events through November. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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August 2011

View our August 2011 newsletter. In this issue read about coming August events. Read about the Doylestown at Dusk show, the Lotus Blossom Festival and the Hemmings Sports & Exotic show. Read about our recent airconditioning upgrade. We have a calendar of events coming up in August and September. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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July 2011

View our July 2011 newsletter. In this issue we review our Annual Open House and our participation at Import Carlisle, Concours of Eastern US, New Jersey Motorsports park, Elegance of Hershey and the Hershey hillclimb. We have a calendar of events coming up in July and August. We've spotlighted one of our employees this month and some of our current projects are highlighted.
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May 2011

View our May 2011 newsletter. In this issue we have information for our Annual Open House on May 14 and a review our participation in the Amelia Island Concours and our spring open house at our sister shop Pollock Auto Restoration.There is information on SEMA's collector car appreciation day. We have a calendar of events coming up through June. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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March 2011

View our March 2011 newsletter. In this issue we review our participation in several events: the Philadelphia Auto Show, the BMTA convention, the Atlantic City Classic Car Auction, the Best of Britain display at the Simeone foundation Museum and the Amelia Concours.There are links to SEMA information on titling a car and the collector Car appreciation Day. We have a calendar of events coming up through mid June. Some of our current projects are highlighted.
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January 2011

View our January 2011 newsletter. In this issue we look at some Car Events coming up in the next few months and have a calendar of events thtough May. We have some of our current projects highlighted and good information from SEMA about registering your hobby car. Read about SEMA's Collector Car Appreciation Day.
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December 2010

View our December 2010 newsletter. In this issue we report on our visits to Fall Hershey, upcoming event at the Simeone Foundation museum, the 30th anniversary of the MG Racers group. Read the article on the Do's and Dont's after a new paint job.
Version: 2 | Added on: 18-Jan-11

October 2010

View our October 2010 newsletter. In this issue we report on our visits to the AACA's Days on the Farm event, the Delaware Valley Triumph's summer picnic and the 100 Motorcars of Radnor Concours. There's a calendar of events for some late season shows and articles about shopping for and insuring a collector car.
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September 2010

View our September 2010 newsletter. In this issue you will find an article about the Doylestown at Dusk show. There's a calendar of events for the last few shows of the year.
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July 2010

View our July 2010 newsletter. In this issue you will find an article about Dave's visit to Lemans for the 24 hour race, a story about storage of 3 Jaguars and our work with the Youth Services Agency. There's a calendar of events for coming shows.
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June 2010

View our June 2010 newsletter. In this issue you will find an article about our Open House, our visit to the Amelia Island concours d'Elegance and the Grand Classic at Malvern. We have a calendar of events for the next few months and a gallery or readers' cars.
Version: 1 | Added on: 28-Sep-10

March 2010

View our March 2010 newsletter. In this issue you will find an article about preparing your car for the driving season. We have a calendar of events for the next few months and a gallery or readers' cars. Read about our participation in the Philadelphia car show.
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January 2010

View our January 2010 newsletter. In this issue you will find an article about the CCCA annual meet in San Diego, a new section where we highlight some of the cars in the shop. Theree is a calendar of events for the next few months. We also touch on restoration coachwork and car appraisals.
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Spring 2009

Download our Spring 2009 newsletter. In it we've listed our 2009 Vintage Motorsports Events Calendar with many local events listed with links to more information. In this issue you will find articles about the Amelia Island Csoncours and Performance Enhancements for a Triumph TR-250.
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Fall 2008

Download our Fall 2008 newsletter in COLOR. Read about the Classic Car market and learn some interesting facts about the Jaguar XJ220.
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Spring 2008

Download our Spring 2008 newsletter in COLOR. Read about Pollock Auto Restoration and a visit to the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, TN. Our calendar of British car events is here to help your weekend planning for this summer.
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Fall 2007

Download our Fall 2007 newsletter in COLOR. This issue is devoted to Automotive Restorations. We're going to address many of the different aspects of restoring old cars and hopefully answer some of the questions that you've thought about and would like answers for. We cover the different types of restorations, explain the step-by-step processes of the effort required to produce the car of your dreams. We also discuss issues that drive the costs and how to choose a shop you can work with. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file (14.6Mb).
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Spring 2007

Download our Spring 2007 newsletter in COLOR. Read about the "Take a Kid to a Car Show" program. We have more information about the happenings at Perkasie Olde Towne's Hot Ribs and Cool Jazz festival. Our Operations Manager Dave Hutchison was invited to show his Triumph Italia 2000 at the Amelia Island Concours this year, here is his report. Our 2007 events calendar is crammed full of vintage car events you can attend. Learn about some recently completed modifications to our clients' cars: installing a Jaguar Series 3 headlight cover conversion, supercharging a TR250 and increasing the braking performance of an Austin-Healey 3000. There's some interesting tire facts from our Tire Tech Session and to round it up we have information on the Drive Your British Car Week event. This is the first color version of our newsletter and the file is a bit larger than previous newsletters. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file (16.6Mb).
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Spring 2006

Download our Spring 2006 newsletter. You'll find information about our 12th Annual Open House and Perkasie Olde Towne day. We prepared an extensive 2006 Vintage Motorsports Calendar for your reference, complete with web links to the organizers. There's a virtual shop tour of some of the interesting projects we are working on.
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Fall 2005

Download our Fall 2005 newsletter. Read about some New Technology your Olde Car, paint and interior restoration, the first MOPS/DVT Challenge and our 1935 Morris 10/4. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file (330K).
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Spring 2005

Download our Spring 2005 newsletter. Read about the Joy of Touring, determining the age of tires and the history of Horspower. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file (1.13M).
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Fall 2004

Download our Fall 2004 newsletter. Read about the history of Lucas, spark plugs and the process of restoration. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the file (4.4M).
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Bill Pollock on What's My Line

We discovered this vintage YouTube video about Bill Pollock and his secret!

Our History

The Motorcars shown here were once part of the wonderful collection of Mr. Bill Pollock. The home for his "Pollock Auto Showcase" was here in our building at 70 South Franklin Street Pottstown, PA for many years. This incredible car collection was sold in the late eighties and early nineties. Shorty thereafter Mr. Ralph DeStefano restored many cars at our facility under the name "Pollock Auto Restoration". We are currently seeking photos and memories of cars, people and the events during the days of "Pollock Auto Showcase" to preserve and display here on our website. If you have any memories to share, please call Barb @ 610 323 7108 Thank you for taking the time to look.

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Privacy Policy
Ragtops & Roadsters, Inc.
and
Pollock Auto Restoration
a division of Ragtops & Roadsters, Inc

Privacy Policy

We have created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm and continuing commitment to the privacy of personal information provided by those visiting and interacting with this web site. We hold the privacy of your personal information in the highest regard. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for this website. We recognize the importance of protecting your privacy and our policy is designed to assist you in understanding how we collect, use and safeguard the personal information you provide to us and to assist you in making informed decisions when using our site. This policy will be continuously assessed against new technologies, business practices and our customers' needs.

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Links to Websites

Here is a list of insurance companies that are suitable to fit
your classic car insuring needs. If you have a classic car
and need insurance, contact any of these companies for
assistance.

Employment

Here at Ragtops & Roadsters we are always interested in talking to people with an interest in working with these classic cars. While the mechanical and body technicians are important to our success, we have other positions available in management, sales, IT services and maintenance.

A passion for classic cars is certainly desirable for someone interested in a position here, and knowledge of British cars a definite plus. The ability to get along with others is also very important. We are a people-oriented business and our current staff, as well as our valued customers and vendors, are central to our business. While cars are our passion, the people are what make it all possible. A self-motivated person will be given full support to stretch himself or herself, because a desire for constant improvement is necessary in our business as well as in life. We support continued education for all our employees and encourage training in your chosen field as well as outside interests.

We offer pleasant working conditions, a clean shop and a friendly staff with a shared interest in classic cars. Wages are based on your knowledge and experience. A comprehensive insurance package is available with life, medical, dental and eyeglass coverage as well as a full retirement investment plan.

If you are interested please email Kart at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and tell us some basic information about yourself and skills/training in the automotive industry.

Please include in all employment inquiries:

Name

Address

Phone #

Email

A description of your skills/training in the automotive industry

Tell us about yourself (hobbies, interests, passion for cars, etc)