United X – 1986 by Teddy Ax I had the best time there that I can remember having anywhere. Sounds like a lot of drivel I’m sure; but I thought hard about that statement before writing it down…. Read More

United X: 1986 Indy Racetrack

by Sylvia Grubbs Did I actually drive on the Indy 500 track? You bet I did. Wow, what an experience. Let me describe my feelings (before the United) about my husband’s Tiger. Most of the time I looked… Read More


United X – 1986 by Dan Morris Over twenty years ago I drove an eighteen wheeler car hauler to the Jacksonville, FL, shipyard to pick up a load of foreign cars. When the dock men brought out the… Read More

United X or The Cat’s Pajamas

by Mike Mooney Who was that masked man? We, Pedro Posadas (’67 Tiger MkII) and I, had just finished a thirteen-hour trip from the Big Apple in our Tigers and settled down in the Motel (great location) on… Read More

What life in the parts emporium?

United X – 1986 by Tom Ehrhart Just ask Doug Jennings (Tiger Auto), Ed Gullett (Automotive Fine Art), Jim D’Amelio (Commonwealth Auto), Ken Bishop (TE/AE Club regalia), Rick McLeod (Sunbeam Specialties), and–of course–Mr. and Mrs. Tiger Tom. Mrs…. Read More

Indy or Bust

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE UNITED… United X – 1986 by Bobbi Woerth Every club/event has its share of war stories and TE/AE is definitely no exception (have I ever told you about my… Read More


United X – 1986 by Mike Smith Folks, what can I say about the concours at United X, Indianapolis? Well, I would like to report that everything ran like a well-oiled machine; but I would be telling a… Read More

President’s Report of United X – 1986

Welcome to TE/AE’s Tenth Anniversary United Newsletter! In these pages, you will find a complete record of the once-in-a-lifetime events which made up United X and which transformed the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its Motor Hotel into “Sunbeam Heaven” for four memorable days in October!

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Report of United IX – 1985

United IX PRESIDENT’S CORNER by Steve Hansen February ’85, after the decision had been made in favor of Williamsburg, Virginia, as the site for United IX, Joan Farmer and I were sitting at my kitchen table one evening,… Read More