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LINKS TO
NEW STUFF:
   
  Dash MountBackup camera for a 1942 Plymouth – follow this link!
   
  buzzerAdd warning buzzers for peace of mind!
   
  Cleaning up the rear of a ’30U coupe with a fabricated
fuel tank pan

fuel tank link
   
  skirts closeupMike made fender skirts for his ’35 convertible. See pics at this link.
   
  Throttle bodyLingering gas smell? Try rebuilding throttle shaft bushings.
   
 
   
 
   
 

A library of Parts List Books?
Follow this link.
Parts Book

   
 
 
   
   

 



We're having a good time experimenting with meetings via Zoom. Drop us an email at this link to get on the invitation list for our
October 27 meeting. We'll announce here and via email when we can resume regular club meetings.

We had to cancel the September 26 tour to Cedar Creek Grist Mill due to the impact of fires and COVID-19.

Shepherd 56

Above: Tom Shepherd's 1956 Plymouth Belvedere won Best of Show at the 2018 Orphan Car Show sponsored by the Studebaker Drivers Club NW.

Preserving old Plymouths

We're dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of Plymouth automobiles. We offer networking and technical support in keeping Plymouths on the road, and we have a full calendar of activities that members and guests can enjoy whether they have old cars or not.

Any Plymouth ever made is qualified for membership. We enjoy hot-rods, customs, and works-in-progress as much as we like factory-correct restorations. Your interest is what counts most, so you may join with a car other than a Plymouth – or with no car at all!

Come See What We're About!

Guests are always welcome at our monthly meetings. Scroll way down this page, and you'll find a map to our clubhouse.

Meeting Information

We meet on the Fourth Tuesday of every month except December, at 7:00PM, Clackamas Community Club, 15711 SE 90th Ave., Clackamas, OR 97015. Usually, folks show up around 6:30 for a kick-the-tires session in the parking lot before coming inside for the meeting.

Membership Information

Cascade Pacific Plymouth Club is a West Coast-based non-profit corporation and a chapter of the National Plymouth Owners Club, founded in November, 2000, by and for enthusiasts dedicated to preserving and restoring Plymouth automobiles.

Membership in the National Plymouth Owners Club is prerequisite to membership in our organization. Current CPPC dues are $25 per year, which includes our monthly newsletter.

New members may join, and current members may renew online! You'll go
directly to PayPal's site for a secure
credit-card transaction.

New Members: expect a phone call as
part of your application process. We'd
like to learn more about you and your
spouse, your cars and your areas
of interest.

New Member or Renewal?
New Member Phone Number?
Car #1, year, make, model?

If you're not comfortable with online transactions, please click this link to
download membership applications for Cascade Pacific Plymouth Club and the National Plymouth Owners Club, and mail them to us with your checks.

Contact Info & a Map to our Clubhouse

CPPC MapOur mailing address is P.O. Box 2988, Clackamas, OR 97015.

For information, info@cascadepacificplymouth.org

Email us at info@cascadepacificplymouth.org!

CPPC Officers for 2020-2022

Phil Lapin, President, 503-816-5644
Jim Wheat, Vice-President, 661-361-9378
Dolores Call, Treasurer, info@cascadepacificplymouth.org
Mike Bade, Chairman of the Board, 503-206-4652
Randy Ealy, Technical Committee, 503-864-8111
Robin Will, Editor and Webmaster, 503-285-3437