Veranstaltungen:

Aktuell:

Oldtimerseminar des Münchner Arbeitskreise für Strassefahrzeuge (MAS)

 

Aufgrund der aktuellen Corona-Situation wurde diese Veranstaltung bis auf Weiteres verschoben, ein Ersatztermin  ist wenn möglich für September geplant. Sobald dazu Informationen vorliegen, werden diese hier abrufbar sein.

 

Ganztagesseminar:

"Aktuelle Entwicklungen in der Untersuchung, Begutachtung und Restaurierung historischer Fahrzeuge: Kulturgut, Originalität, historische Materialien und Patina"

 


World Forum for Motor Museums Conference 2020

"The Future of the Past is Collaboration",  

at the REVS Institute in Naples /Florida, USA

Due to COVID-19, the event was delayed, as soon as a new date is known, the related information will be available here. For more details, please contact Mark Vargas / The REVS Institute

 

Friends and colleagues, the joint conference of the National Association of Automobile Museums (NAAM) and  World Forum for Motor Museums  (WFMM) will take place at the REVS institute in beautiful Naples, Florida.
 
About the Conference:
Keynote speakers include leadership from the American Alliance of Museums, the international OCLC consortium and Miles Collier. Attendees will take tours through Revs and its world-class shop, parts department, galleries, library, and digitization room. Sessions already scheduled include:

  • Financial benchmarking for auto museums
  • Museums from the media’s perspective
  • How to speak to the media
  • Obsolete materials in vehicle restoration
  • Provenance research

The list of speakers can be found here.

 

At the conference, David Cooper and I will present about "Obsolete Materials":

To preserve, conserve or accurately restore the cars of the early 20th century, we need to understand the materials used in their construction, especially as many of these materials are different than the materials used in automobile construction today. The focus of this presentation is obsolete materials, means historic materials commonly believed not to be available any more. We will start from the exterior of the car and move to the interior and mechanical, discussing examples of sheet metal, exterior paints, wood finishes, upholstery, castings and forgings. We will organize our discussion around the following questions: What materials are thought to be obsolete—but maybe aren’t—and why?  What are the differences to modern replacements, especially in regard of authenticy? What were the advantages and disadvantages of the historic materials?  Why is it important to be able to still have them available today? What is needed to use them today? What care and maintenance are needed to preserve these original materials? We will also have samples of obsolete materials for attendees to see and touch.



bereits stattgefunden:

 

Einbecker Oldtimertage 2020

Vortrag: "Einblicke in die Erhaltung, Pflege und Restaurierung von Oldtimern"

17. Juli 2020, 19.00 - 20.15 Uhr, PS Halle Einbeck

 

Bei der Restaurierung von historischen Fahrzeugen entwickeln viele stolze Besitzer inzwischen ein großes Bewusstsein für die originale Substanz und die historische Gesamtheit ihrer Schätzchen und rücken ab von der Vorstellung ‚besser als neu‘.

Dr. Tutt wird erklären, was bei der Erhaltung und originalgetreuen Restaurierung möglich sein kann und gibt Einblicke in Ihre Projekte.

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen der Einbecker Oldtimertage statt und ist kostenlos. Weitere Informationen unter Tel. 05561 92320 270.


Münchner Arbeitskreis für Strassenverkehr MAS e.V.

79. Fachtagung,         4. - 6. Oktober 2019  

 

im Hotel Eden Wolff, München

Vortrag:  "Erhaltenden Restaurierung und Originalsubstanz, - was ist Patina?"


 

'The Car Hub' Summit 2019

 

Location: Bernardus Lodge Hotel            Date: Monday August 12, 10 am to 4 pm

415 West Carmel Valley Road
Carmel Valley, CA 93924


organizers: The Car Hub Steering Committee

Miles Collier, David Gooding, McKeel Hagerty, Rob Kauffman, Phil Richter, Paul Russell and Gundula Tutt

 

Please join us at the Bernardus Lodge Hotel for a lively day of networking and discussion, followed by a reception in the hotel's Rose Garden which will feature wine tasting and viewing of two spectacular automobiles.

The purpose of the day is to bring together a cross-section of thought-leaders and enthusiasts from the meaningful-car community. We will discuss and share ideas about the future of "The Car Hub." 

 

"The Car Hub" is the working title for a new, pioneering, global, not-for-profit initiative designed to safeguard the future for meaningful cars. It aims to be a trusted, neutral source for connection, education, help and support for all stakeholders in the meaningful-car community. Meaningful cars are the cars enthusiasts care about, whether made yesterday or a hundred years ago. 

 

"The Car Hub" has several goals:

·  It seeks to coordinate with — and not duplicate — efforts already being undertaken in the field, while serving as a convening point for enthusiasts from all sectors of the meaningful-car world. 

· It will serve a public purpose and is not intended to compete with ongoing commercial efforts or other institutions but to be a conduit and information guide amongst and between existing organizations.

· Specifically, we want to explore how "The Car Hub" can be a useful source of information, knowledge and expertise. Among other ideas, we will explore how can it advance the work of master experts in the field and encourage training for emerging skilled practitioners. 

 

The August 12thsummit is designed to introduce the rationale and genesis of the idea, to share our vision and values, and to ask for your input into how "The Car Hub" may serve the field in ways that are pragmatic, actionable and needed.  

We will share some of our initial ideas for programs for your comment and feedback, request your ideas and identify how the initiatives may be vetted and prioritized. The day will include mini plenary sessions and small group discussions for you to provide feedback and suggestions. 

Our goal is to identify how  "The Car Hub" may be most useful to you and to confirm some leading, early stage opportunities.  These opportunities for action will be consistent with our mission, are not being done elsewhere, will fill a need, will have broad appeal, will have the potential to be scaled, and will be achievable.  

We look forward to meeting you at what will be a lively day of discussion, debate and networking.

Please RSVP by July 20, 2019


Second European Conference for Automotive History

29. -31. March 2019

 

We are proud to hold our second European conference for automotive history at the Louwman Museum, Den Haag, The Netherlands on 29-31 March 2019.

The conference is organised jointly by Thomas Ulrich, AHG and Anders Ditlev Clausager, SAHB, together with Laurent Friry, SAHB and Fons Alkemade, CONAM.

The event is supported by the Society of Automotive Historians in Britain, Automobilhistorische Gesellschaft e.V. Germany, and Contactgroep Automobiel- en Motorrijwielhistorie, The Netherlands.´

 

Vortrag: "Artificial leathers and their historic use in motor vehicles"


10. Symposium on Connoisseurship and the Collectible Car

at the Revs Institute for Automotive Research   (The Collier Collection)

March, 3. - 6. 2018

 

2500 South Horseshoe Drive

Naples, Florida 34104, USA

 

Vortrag zu "History and materials for vehicle painting "

und "What we've lost: obsolete materials in vehicle restoration"


IgFS Mitglieder-Workshop 2018:  "Blech und Holz, das macht uns stolz"

Samstag, 17. 11. 2018, ab 9.30 Uhr

 

an der Berufsfachschule BBB
Gebäude Martinsberg
Wiesenstrasse 32
5400 Baden /Schweiz

 

Thomas Koch (Koch Wagnerei-Antikschreinerei)

Remo Messmer (Messmer Carrosserie & Oldtimer)

und Andreas Wolf (Bootswerft Wolf GmbH) berichten über  fachliche Details, Probleme und Lösungen bei der Zusammen-Arbeit von Holz und Blech an Karosserien in Mischbauweise, wie sie vor allem vor dem 2. Weltkrieg verwendet wurden.

 

- Nicht-Mitglieder  der IgFS können als Gast eines Verbandsmitgliedes einmalig am Workshop teilnehmen -


World Forum for Motor Museums  2018

3. 9. - 7. 9. 2018

 

at British Motor Museum, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

and Coventry Transport Museum, United Kingdom

 

More than 25 speakers from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, the USA and the UK will be sharing their knowledge and expertise in a programme packed with content covering everything from income generation to vehicle conservation and much else. The four themes of resilience and sustainability, collections, engaging audiences and motor museums for the 21st century are illustrated with presentations and debate.


Second International Drive History Conference

April 12-14, 2018


Historic Vehicle Association, National Laboratory
862 North Fenwick Street
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18109

 

The Second International Drive History Conference on the preservation of automotive heritage, April 2018, as part of Automotive Heritage Month, organized by:

 

  • The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA)
  • College of Charleston (Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program)
  • Society of Automotive Historians
  • The NB Center for American Automotive Heritage
  • The Revs Institute®

 

The International Drive History Conference is the first international academic event of its kind known to have taken place in North America. The event is bringing together scholars, practitioners, hobbyists, students, among others, who are interested in the history and preservation of motor vehicle heritage. At the conference, we hope to exchange ideas and learn from one other about how the preservation of motor vehicle heritage can be made a more centrist part of the historic preservation field in respect to both tangible material culture and intangible traditions.

 


IgFS Mitglieder-Workshop 2017 : "Das Armaturenbrett von historischen Fahrzeugen", 

Samstag, 18. 11. 2017, ab 8.45 Uhr

 

an der Berufsfachschule BBB
Gebäude Martinsberg
Wiesenstrasse 32
5400 Baden /Schweiz

 

Andreas Scheffel (Smiths, Jaeger and Lucas Restoration Service) und Andreas Schüpbach (Auto Meter AG Basel) werden zusammenfassen, wie sich das Armaturenbrett im Laufe der letzten 80 Jahre zur Infothek gemausert hat und mit welchen praktischen Kniffen die Tücken der Instrumentierung gemeistert werden können.

 

Ernst S. Werder (DAB+ - Automobilexperte Weer GmbH) und Sandro Angeloni (Exclusiv Car Hifi GmbH) werden aufzeigen, was die flächendeckende Umstellung auf DAB+ in der Schweiz für die Automobil-Liebhaber bedeutet und welche Lösungen die Oldtimerwerkstätten für daraus entstehende Probleme anbieten können.

 

- Nicht-Mitglieder  der IgFS können als Gast eines Verbandsmitgliedes einmalig am Workshop teilnehmen -


2017 Mulhouse Pan-European History Conference , Friday 26 May to Sunday 28 May 2017

at the Cité de l'Automobile, Mulhouse

 

The AHG (Automobil Historisches Gesellschaft) in Germany and the SAHB (Society of Automotive Historians) in Britain jointly invite you to attend the first pan-European conference on automotive history, with the generous support of the Cité de l’Automobile (Musée National de l’Automobile) in Mulhouse in Alsace, France. We are also inviting AHA (Australia), AISA (Italy), CONAM (The Netherlands), UIA (Serbia), and SAH (USA).

 

Vortrag: "History, materials, and technology of car paintwork, 1900 to 1945"


2. Oldtimerkongress "Recht und Schaden" am 5. und 6. 5. 2017 in Friedberg

 

Eine Veranstaltung der BVSK Akademie mit zahlreichen Vorträgen rund um grundsätzliche Themen für die Werkstatt und den Sachverständigen.

 

Vortrag: "Unrestaurierte Fahrzeuge: neue Herausforderungen für die Erhaltung und Nutzung"


9. Symposium on Connoisseurship and the Collectible Car at the Revs Institute for Automotive Research 

(The Collier Collection)

 

March, 5. - 8. 2017 

2500 South Horseshoe Drive

Naples, Florida 34104, USA


IgFS Mitglieder-Workshop 2016: "Historische Fahrzeuglackierungen: Materialien, Methoden, Erhaltung und Ergänzung", am 12. 11. 2016 ab 8.45 Uhr 

 

in der Berufsfachschule BBB
Gebäude Martinsberg
Wiesenstrasse 32
5400 Baden /Schweiz

 

Referenten :

Thomas Grüner,

Inhaber und Geschäftsführer Kaddi-Lack, die Dortmunder Lack-Manufaktur, Dortmund/DE

 

Dr. Gundula Tutt,
Diplomrestauratorin (Vorstandsmitglied IgFS)

 

Thomas Käser,

Technischer Berater / Produktebetreuung, Knuchel-Farben AG, Wiedlisbach/CH

 

- Nicht-Mitglieder  der IgFS können als Gast eines Verbandsmitgliedes einmalig am Workshop teilnehmen -


Oberseminar "Umgang mit technischem Kulturgut",

am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

 

Gastvorlesung: "Technisch? Kulturgut? Restaurierung?"

am 6. 6. 2016, KIT Universität Karlsruhe

 

die Literaturliste zur Vorlesung finden Sie im Downloadbereich

 


1. Oldtimertage am 3. / 4. 6. 2016 in Friedberg

 

Eine Veranstaltung der BVSK Akademie mit zahlreichen Vorträgen rund um grundsätzliche Themen für die Werkstatt und den Sachverständigen.

 

Vortrag: "Historische Fahrzeuge im Dschungel der Begrifflichkeiten"

Details und das Programm finden Sie hier.

 

- das Seminarscript für die Teilnehmer können Sie im Downloadbereich herunterladen.