Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Antique Outboard Motor Club Inc. Annual Swap Meet in Schroon Lake

Scotia, NY – Current President Michael Glenn announces that the 19th Annual Swap and Wet Meet of the Chapter will be held again this year; the event is planned for September 24, 2023 and will be held at the town boat launch in Schroon Lake, New York.
Attendees come from throughout the Northeast as well as local members and the general public is welcome to attend at no cost. There is no admission fee and no fee to display/buy/sell/trade.

The day is planned to begin at 9:00 AM as a casual open-air event that is expected to last until 2:00 pm. The event includes the buying, selling and trading of antique and classic outboard motors, boats and related items from attendees/vendors. Additional vendors are welcome at no cost. The general public is welcome. There will be food available for a donation for morning coffee and donuts and lunch at noontime.

The swap meet is held in an Antiques Roadshow type atmosphere and interested parties can get parts, advice and resources for their old outboard motors and boats, as well as an outlet to bring their motors to put them in the hands of a collector who can restore it.

The Chapter, chartered in March of 2005 has experienced growth over the last nineteen years.
For further news of the Mohawk Hudson Chapter of the AOMCI, please visit our website:
http://mglen2.wix.com/mohawkhudsonchapter#.

For information about the national organization, please visit their website at www.aomci.org.

The Antique Outboard Motor Club Incorporated (AOMCI) was founded in the 1950s to create a network of collectors and restorers of “Old Iron” (outboard motors dating back to the early days of motorized travel). Today, there are over 5,000 members in the organization, with a national board of officers who administer to membership, several publications and the web site of the club, all of which are highly utilized by the membership for the network of parts, motors and restoration services.

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