JULY - AUGUST 2018 MOTOMETERCENTRAL™ NEWS
JULY - AUGUST 2018 MOTOMETERCENTRAL™ NEWS
Just because it is summer does not mean that we at MotometerCentral™ are on vacation or resting on our laurels.
This august we are running a fantastic Sale on our patent pending proprietary 2” Clear Acrylic Motometer Pedestals already prepared for your motometers.
This August you can save $8.00 on the purchase of four (4) units plus the individual cost of shipping of each item – All for $27.00 including continental U. S. shipping. Regularly priced at $7.50 Each the August Sale is $5.50 Each, or $2.00 Off Each
Our Clear Acrylic Motometer Pedestals™ are specifically designed to present and store most motometers with a 5/8th inch radiator cap attachment bolt in a beautiful and professional manner.
These are the same type that we use in our highly acclaimed motometer collection exhibitions.
This is a unique opportunity. No one, no here else does anyone offer and provide such a unique product that safeguards and properly displays your valuable motometer automobilia artifact. We are making this opportunity available this month because we want to help you to take your collection to the next level.
Displaying and storing thermometer-based motometers flat on their side is not good for them and does not discourage theft. Our Clear Acrylic Motometer Pedestals™ do both! Our Clear Acrylic Motometer Pedestals™ beat most wooden pedestals and other means of display and provide a uniform look that impresses onlookers.
Our Clear Acrylic Motometer Pedestals™ give your motometers a museum quality display presence, require no maintenance and should last for decades.
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FEATURED MONTHLY SERIES MOTOMETER MAKING MEN AUGUST 2018 ARTICLE
This August’s Motometer Making Men featured historical perspective is on George B. Mess a little known motometer accessory inventor.
This article reveals a bit of highly unique motometer history and artifacts that should be the envy of every motometer and automobilia collector.
To read this biography in brief, Click here >>
On August 20th MotometerCentral’s™ founder, the leading motometer expert and motometer automobilia advocate will join with the Ontario County Historical Society Museum, Antique and Classic Automobile clubs of western New York State as a part of the AACA Pre-1916 Auto Reliability Tour event. The participating Reliability Tour autos will travel a variety of road routes throughout the greater Finger Lakes region to showcase these aged vehicles on today’s modern roads for various communities to see and enjoy while demonstrating the cars still viable and reliable operating capability.
The Antique Automobile Club of America’s Wayne Drumlins Region Auto Club organized the Pre-1916 Auto Reliability Tour event. Tour participants and others will gather at the Museum for a guided docent tour of the Francis G. Clax Motometer Collection Exhibition. This collection features the oldest known surviving motometers and a long array of motometers throughout the period (1914-1932) of their prominent use as well as a large number of other related accessories and artifacts. This is a specially arranged group event as the Museum is typically closed on Monday’s.
MotometerCentral™ sadly marks the July passing of an auto industry icon, Sergio Marchione of Fiat Chrysler.
To see and read our tribute Click here>>
NEW VIDEO POST
Adding to the visual content of our website comes a unique short video posted on You Tube showing the complexities of servicing a multi-million dollar supercar and why it cost so much to own such a vehicle.
Click here for our article and for the video link>>
Of course we realize that this video is not of an antique auto nature however it does feature a vehicle of our dream ownership and keen interest.
If you ask why we post these Monthly News updates and include the various featured articles the answer is simple to expand the accurate historical knowledge of and about motometers, to accurately preserve that historical record and to inspire additional independent motometer research by our website visitors.