PNMOC ... The Pacific Northwest Metropolitan Owners Club

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Our club was established to bring together individuals and families who have a passion for the classic Metropolitan automobile. We are a chapter of the national Metropolitan club: Metropolitan Owners Club of North America (MOCNA). MOCNA is an international club of Metropolitan owners, supporters, and collector car enthusiasts.

Our club was established to bring together individuals and families who have a passion for the classic Metropolitan automobile. We are a chapter of the national Metropolitan club: Metropolitan Owners Club of North America (MOCNA). MOCNA is an international club of Metropolitan owners, supporters, and collector car enthusiasts.

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Posted : March 29th, 2013

The President's Message

*Seasons Greetings My Friends!

November is just a memory, and I am not quite sure where it went or what I did during the month, but I must have done something because it seems I was busy every day.  I may not recall what I did last month but I can tell you what I need to do this month, and that is remove and replace my transmission.  My transmission broke, sort of.  What happened was my speedometer up and quit on me last year as I was driving across southern Idaho.  One moment it was pointing at 70 and the next it was sitting at zero (when my speedo reads 70 I am actually going 63, which is my cruising speed). 

Once home I pulled the inner cable out and it was not broken (that would have been the easy fix), I pulled the speedometer head out of the dash and it worked when powered by a drill (thankfully), so I connected the speedometer cable back to the transmission but left it disconnected under the dash and went for a drive.  I reached under the dash and the inner cable was not turning (ratz!), so the gear in the tail shaft must have gone kaput.  Luckily, last September I went up to Sequim and pulled the transmission out of a ’62 that was being parted out, and it is now time to put that transmission in my car.  Step one is to drain my transmission oil, and that reminds me of a not-so-funny story. 

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Posted : December 9th, 2020

* Macy's Parade 2017 Photo Gallery

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Metros Participate in Holiday Parade!

The 27th annual My Macy’s holiday Parade was held on November 24th this year in Seattle, and this was our 23rd year as participants!   PNMOC’s  ten car team was a crowd favorite, judging by the waves, smiles, cheers and comments of “Cute!" and "Love that car!"” we received from the viewers along the route.   We lucked out on the weather; rainless and warm enough to bring out thousands of happy people who lined the streets to watch the parade.  Our formation of festively decorated Metros motored along the one mile parade route that meandered through the downtown retail core.  After shedding our holiday decorations at route’s end we caravanned and rendezvoused at a local Denny’s restaurant where we all enjoyed a well deserved and tasty brunch.   Well done, entrants – can’t  wait for next year!

Thank you to everyone who shared their pictures, including my sister Bev.

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Posted : November 26th, 2017

Membership

METROPOLITAN NOT REQUIRED TO JOIN!

You don't need a Metropolitan to join — but don't be surprised when you find a Metropolitan you can't resist ...

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Galleries

A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1,000 WORDS!

Full-color galleries include: Member Cars; Events; Vintage Pictures; Advertisements, ephemera and more ....

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