The restoration of Pan #2

The club’s major focus is the restoration and preservation of our Pan heritage.

This is a photo of the club’s first Pan. The four men in the car are the club members that brought it home from Reno Nevada. They are from left to right Ray Theisen, Ken Wallak, Elmer Dahl and Jerry Plachecki.

This is a photo of the same car as it looks today.

This is a photo of Pan #2 as it looked when the club first obtained it. The six men inspecting the car are left to right Ed Bauer, Mike Stromme, Warner Noble, Bruce Spartz, Kirk Dickinson, and Steve Brown

On June 30th 2002 there was three Pan cars on display at the Stearns History Museum. L to R, Roy Bernick's restored Pan, Walt Ellis's unrestored Pan, and The Pan-Towners' restored Pan.
For more photos from that day click here.

The monthly Pan #2 reports from the club's newsletter (Pan Siftings) have been copied to these pages. A Special THANKS to Warner Noble for keeping us up to date on this project. Photos will be added as they be come available.
Nov. Dec. 1999
Jan. 2000
Feb. March 2000
April May 2000
June July 2000
Aug. Sept. 2000
Oct. Nov. 2000
Dec. 2000 Jan. 2001
Feb. March. 2001
April June 2001
July Aug. 2001
Sept. Oct. 2001
Nov. Dec. 2001
Jan. Feb. 2002
March April 2002
May June 2002
July August 2002
Sept. Oct. 2002
November 2002
September 2003

The club is always looking for information about other Pan cars and parts. If you know of any other Pan cars, parts, and/or have some interesting history about Samuel C. Pandolfo and his many exploits please contact the club.
The mailing address is:
St. Cloud Antique Auto Club
P.O. Box 704
St. Cloud MN 56302-0704
email The Pan-Towners

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