The tradition continues on with Hagerty Dawn Patrol! We'll miss seeing you in person this year for coffee and donuts in Monterey, CA but that won't stop us from celebrating the joy of driving the cars we love. And earning a coveted hat in the process.
Set your alarm for Sunday, 16 August 2020 and take a drive between 6-9 a.m.
Whether this is your 7th hat or your first, with this time honored tradition you'll join the ranks of a magical club of car lovers - and hey, you can always nap later!
Learn more about the history of Hagerty Dawn Patrol here.
My son just informed me that even though I drove my Anderson this morning that I can not post old photos of me and the car. Sorry. I did not really understand this and I was by myself earlier. The Anderson is back in the shop with two other cars behind it. Besides I felt like driving another car. So this time I drove our 1929 Packard 645 Dietrich Individual Custom Convertible Coupe and got my wife to take some photos. Here they are:
Me and Tash headed out this morning in my 40 Chevy Bushmaster 85 Couple Texas Hill Country hot and dry. He is always ready to ride and talks the whole dry.
A little later start, but what a fabulous morning!! I was still first to arrive at the Nordland General Store, but my friends arrived shortly after with their beautiful cars, a '53 Nash Healey and a 54 Austin Martin.
Thanks for the invite, it was great fun!!
Port Hadlock, WA
1955 Studebaker Regal Conestoga wagon with a 1954 front end, because I like it far better. Features include an LS3 430 HP, 5 speed Tremec, Ford 9 inch Rear End, Channeled frame, etc. Studebaker made about 4,400 Conestoga Wagons in 1954-55. All were 2-Doors.