How about a photo opportunity in front of the world famous SR-71
Or pick one of the other planes or helicopters on the grounds of the museum and get that once in a lifetime photo that makes a perfect way to finish off your man cave or garage!
Join us June 11 at 11am at Logan’s Roadhouse at Baseline and the 15 FWY for driver’s meeting and then we will head down to March Air Force Museum for a private tour of the facility and photo opportunities of your car with the planes. To top it off we’ll have a BBQ lunch and hang out in the hangers, if you want to stick around.
This is a family event so family are welcome, club member cars only on the flight line for photos with a plane.
There will be an entry fee to the museum, and a cost of the BBQ, but we ask all members consider a donation to the museum for the continued support of the museum.
Please bring your folding chairs. If you want to help please contact Mikey D.
Admission and flight line photos $50.00 per car
Photos in the SR-71 hangar $25.00 per car
Lunch $10.00 per person
Glossy 18″ X 24″ prints – each. Will be printed by Paul C. for $25.00 which will be donated to the museum. Use your own camera or have Paul take the shot for you. Use a high resolution camera, low res photos won’t look good blown up to 18″ X 24″
Watch for ads from Michael’s for their buy 1 get one free sale on frames, or 40% to 60% off.
Because we cannot start the photos with the SR-71 until 5 pm, when the museum closes, we will meet to 11:00 am at Logan’s Roadhouse, drive to the museum and enjoy our BBQ lunch. After lunch we can take the flight line photos as we did on our first photo visit.
If you want to come down a little later for a late afternoon photo or just your photo with the SR-71 that is fine.
For those of you who unfamiliar with the museum’s heritage aircraft, go to: www.marchfield.org click “aircraft” and find the plane that will look next to your Corvette! If you have any questions please send them. Please sign up on the club web site so we have an attendance count.
Please email Mikey D. directly if you want the SR-71 photo and let him know the head count for lunch.