About January Ď18 was when I decided to support/join the Vintage Club.

It took a month plus to figure out that maybe Iím not a member. Try again. Maybe some more time passes and not sure if Iím a ďMemberĒ or not. April, I think. Even had offers from MOA Members to help. And they did.
Even got a call from the Club President to help me. Very nice person who went to college with a childhood friend of mine. Riding season and Iím not spending much time on a computer as Iím riding. (And wrenching). In the Fall I tried to ďLog inĒ and unsuccessful as usual.

Read many pages on their forum for troubleshooting and what interested me personally. Tried to Log in to look at the market section. Gave up.

This January (Ď19) I thought ď Hey, isnít there supposed to be a Quarterly/ Bi-Annual print version of Club News. A week later I did get ONE.

Now donít think for a minute that I didnít contribute to the ďFirst Year Member MessĒ. Iím probably responsible for 51% or more. Even after writing down the ďUser Name and PasswordĒ , in the unsuccessful attempts I canít remember which is which. Nothing works. Yes, I did change passwords several times in vain attempts and as suggested. I also realize that the club is all Volunteer.

All this is not worth the effort and Iíll certainly not renew, but may use an alias and join. Maybe they know me. Only one more try. I hate paying for frustration when there is so much free available. I would have sent this rant to the ďVintageĒ club but I have doubt as to anyone receiving it. Iím really not mad, just dissapointed.

The Antique Motorcycle Club of America is looking better and better.

Charlie