President in 1957 & 1958 – Rutland, Vermont
Lloyd Davis, who filled out Walter Jones’ term upon Walter’s death was elected to the office in 1958. (The VP in 58 was none other than the singular Peveril F. Peake of Bristol.)
Lloyd, a charter member, is still active in the group and is undboubtably one of the most expert auto historians in the State of Vermont if not New England.
His knowledge of early automobiles, their mechanical idiosyncrasies and the ideas behind them is extraordinary.
Lloyd is a longtime member also of the “Franklin Club”, the Automobilists of the Upper Hudson Valley (AUHV) and the AACA.
His current stable includes a ’23 Franklin Coupe, a ’25 Davis Brougham, and a ’51 Packard.