FMC Magazine
FMC Magazine
February 2003
The 2003 Subaru Baja Print Email
The Baja is billed by Subaru as “a new type of crossover vehicle that blends the feeling of freedom and ruggedness of a compact four-door pickup truck with the driving dynamics, safety, and comfort of a passenger car.” Motorhomers may find it to be an excellent choice for a towed vehicle. The Baja is reminiscent of Subaru’s Brat, which was introduced in 1977 and was produced for 10 years.
Shopping For A Motorhome? Bring Your Camcorder Print Email
Motorhomers love to talk about their coaches, no matter whether the conversations take place at FMCA conventions and rallies or while visiting neighboring campers. And there's so much to talk about — horsepower, length, high-tech accessories, comfort, color, and on and on.
We’re Outnumbered — By Bugs! Print Email
Here’s something sure to drive you buggy — according to entomologists, there are more species of insects on Earth than any other kind of living creature. As a matter of fact, 95 percent of all known animal species are insects, and although scientists have discovered more than a million species of bugs, 10 times as many may still remain unidentified.
Here's another fact sure to get under your skin: millions of these creeping critters can exist in a single acre of land.
Searching For RV Accessories At SEMA Show 2002 Print Email
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is an international trade group that represents the specialty automotive industry. Its members include manufacturers, distributors, retailers, auto restorers, and an assortment of companies that are dedicated to making the automotive world a better place for those who love their vehicles.
SEMA began in 1963 as the Speed Equipment Manufacturers Association.
Readers’ Forum: February 2003 Print Email
Dear Editor:
I have copies of Family Motor Coaching magazines from 1994 through 2001. The set is complete except for the January issues.
Answers To Frequently Asked Questions Print Email
This month I am dedicating my column to the questions most frequently answered by the staff in our Membership Services Department. I have found that although the facts are quite familiar to those of us who work with the issues daily, they may not be to members who deal with us infrequently, or those who are new members of FMCA.
The Membership Services Department has compiled the following list of the most frequently asked questions and the answers.
The Sights And Sounds Of Memphis Print Email
It's not just the sights that attract millions of people to Memphis every year. It's also the sounds rooted deeply in the city itself that draw the masses.
Memphis is cited in nearly 400 songs, more than any other place in the world.
Put A Lid On It Print Email
A simple topping can make all the difference between a plain-Jane meal or dessert or a tasty, eye-appealing dish. Cut circles from sheets of puff pastry, bake them on a cookie sheet to a golden brown, and float them atop steaming bowls of soup or stew.
Get Involved Print Email
FMCA offers its members many different benefits. But a number of these benefits require some action on the members' part, or they won't be fully enjoyed.
Chapter membership is a member benefit that is ours for the taking.
News From The Future: The 2002 RVIA Trade Show Print Email
Each year during the week after Thanksgiving, the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) stages a trade show for the RV business community. It features a large display of recreation vehicles, from 10-foot pop-up trailers to 45-foot motorhomes.
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