As the end of the year drawers to a close and the holidays will be upon us quick, those in the U.S. don't forget the DMAC Museum effort as you seek those last minute tax deductible donations before December 31st. The DMAC is a 501 (C)(3) IRS recognized non-profit organization and any monetary or artifact donated to the club and specifically the Museum could be tax deductible depending on your own personal tax situation. For those outside the United States you can still donate items to our museum collection or funds to help the museum effort grow. We are looking for items such as old photographs, advertising, factory correspondence and other items related to Durant Motors Inc, Star, Flint, DeVaux, Frontenac, Locomobile and Continental that cover the years of our cars 1922 to 1933. Again this year as you renew your membership, you can make an additional contribution to the Museum. Should you have something of interest, don't hesitate to email the museum at the above email address.
Mike .. you don't like the years 1921 and 1934 ?? grin. Billy started Jan 12 1921 and two Durant cars before Aug 1921 with loads of A22's made before end of the year and shipped all over the place. 1934 Continental Red Seal 41 (Beacon) or 1934 Frontenac's equipped with radio's as standard equipment. And Dominion Motors turned in their charter June 23 1944.
Just a test to see if we would catch the 1922 - 1933
Where Are You From? Ottawa, Ont
Do You own a car built by Durant? Dominion built 1932 614 Sedan