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Old 10-06-2019, 11:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, we had a car show on Main St. today. 2 blocks were shut down and traffic routed around. A little over 300 cars.
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Old 10-06-2019, 12:14 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Love me a car show.

That '63 C2 is a car I've wanted since I was a kid.
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Love me a car show.

That '63 C2 is a car I've wanted since I was a kid.
There were 2 of them there. Very rare car.
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There was a 67 gt350H in my driveway a couple weeks ago. Mint condition. I can't believe the guy hauled it on an open uhaul trailer
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Where was your Fred Flintsone car, can't be to many of those elft anymore either.
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There were 2 of them there. Very rare car.
Yeah,the one with the newer plates?That guy should be bitchslapped for the wheels on that.
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My brother is out there somewhere with his Sunbeam Tiger.
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Where was your Fred Flintsone car, can't be to many of those elft anymore either.
At home in the driveway.
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Ecto 1, the Scooby Doo Van and the General Lee?

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Ecto 1, the Scooby Doo Van and the General Lee?

Yup.
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Well, we had a car show on Main St. today. 2 blocks were shut down and traffic routed around. A little over 300 cars.


Nice If you are ever around Phoenix area on a Saturday night (every Saturday, all year) check out the Pavilions in N Scottsdale. 300 is a low heat of the summer turn out. It triples/quadruples that size in the winter months

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Damn. Should’ve driven the Charger up there and slapped the for sale sign on it.
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Also a Jurassic Park YJ in that shot.
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Went to the Cedaredge Applefest here in CO. Saturday. The carshow there had about 50 cars maybe. That's about all the cars we get at shows here. And it's mostly the same ones at everyone. But it's small towns here.
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Went to two car shows this weekend. They were the "Coffee and Cars" kind, so not so big. I looked at every car and talked to many of the owners. I was amazed that not one owner I talked to, built their car. I would ask them questions about something simple like the radiator overflow and they didn't have a clue.

One guy had a perticular nice interior on a sixtys truck. I asked him who did it. He said "I did it all, except the stitching and the installation". .??
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i was there. shitty looking 1968 F250 4x4.
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While we're naming things that can barely be seen, looks like we have a Ghostbuster's hearse, a PG&E truck, the pink guy's mini van and a pig cooker.
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Id love to own the 55 Chevy! Always liked them the most out of the tri fives.
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Id love to own the 55 Chevy! Always liked them the most out of the tri fives.
BTW, the motor in that '55 Chevy is a 426 Hemi.
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