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"FLASH" "EXTRA" "GLADSTONE OREGON"
These are common terms used by all newspapermen, including our friend and
long-time editor of Brute Force magazine--Merle Wolfer.
Sadly, we have just received this notice from his wife, Nancie:
Nov 29, 2015 6:48 AM
This is from Nancie. I have very sad news. My beloved Merle passed away
last night from lymphoma. A memorial service will be planned later. Hillside
Chapel in Oregon City will have the details when available.
17290 TIMOTHY WY
GLADSTONE OR 97027-1235
Additional information will follow as received.
the Golden Quill award to Merle Wolfer
Merle Wolfer was one of the original members and a main stalwart in the perpetuation of the Chrysler 300 Club, Inc. He had served on the board of Directors, Was the Brute Force Magazine Editor that was Nationally known for it's excellence and recipient of the Prestigious Golden Quill Award for many years.
Merle also was a Club Consultant for the 1960 Chrysler 300F for many years. His expertise did not just cover one year however. He authored numerous articles and videos that are listed in our Technical Pages and also in the Technical section of the Chrysler 300 Club Intl.
Merle also authored the wonderful CD that documented his restoration of his 1958 Chrysler 300D. This is still available from the Club store and is probably the best source of information for restoring a chrysler Letter Car that was ever made.
The Chrysler 300 was a milestone car in automotive history and the legend
lives on today, more than Sixty years after it was first introduced in 1955.
This story chronicles the cars and the people who had a vision to build a car
company based on strong engineering innovations, the people who crafted
the cars, and the people who restore them and drive them today.
The Chrysler 300 Club Inc was formed in Portland, Oregon in 1969, originally
to recognize the Letter Series Chrysler 300s built from 1955 through 1965.
In 1981 the Non-Letter 300 series built from 1962 through 1971 and the 1979
Cordoba 300 were also included in the club.
The club was created for enthusiasts of Chrysler 300 automobiles.
Ownership of a 300 is not required for membership. Members of the club enjoy
camaraderie, share stories and information on the maintenance, restoration and
acquisition of these beautiful, unique automobiles.
National Meets are held annually, usually in the summer. Club members are
encouraged to participate in activities and meets whether or not their cars are
Membership in the club includes a subscription to our quarterly magazine, Brute Force.
New feature: Listing of all known and observed 1955-1979 Chrysler 300’s for sale or wanted. Free listings to members and non-members. E-mail your findings to the Webmaster.
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