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Re: 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

Post by DumpyDan on Wed 19 Apr 2017, 9:55 pm

Great John, I have been to that show the last 3 years not able to make it this year. Good show, bring lots of cash and go home broke. Worth the drive, that's how long it takes me to get there. Have a ball at the show.
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Re: 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

Post by Hemi on Thu 20 Apr 2017, 3:13 am

DumpyDan wrote:Great John, I have been to that show the last 3 years not able to make it this year.  Good show, bring lots of cash and go home broke.  Worth the drive, that's how long it takes me to get there.  Have a ball at the show.

Dan, where ya from???? I plan to go and have a blast! A local friend, and I are going, I'm driving to his house, (2 hour ride) and the he & I are going down from his house..... Be my first year there so.... I'm taking as much $$$$ as I can conjure up! Very Happy
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Post by DumpyDan on Thu 20 Apr 2017, 3:45 am

Hey John, I am 2 hours east of Toronto along Lake Ontario. Have a good time hope you have some grailes your looking for, you will likely find them. Sad
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Re: 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

Post by Hemi on Thu 20 Apr 2017, 4:53 am

DumpyDan wrote:Hey John, I am 2 hours east of Toronto along Lake Ontario.  Have a good time hope you have some grailes  your looking for, you will likely find them. Sad

Yeah man, thats a drive for you man! WOW I'm in New Hampshire so..... Its about 6.5 hours (maybe a little over 7 hours, depending on traffic) for me.... One Way!!!

I hope to finde something I've been looking for/wanting. I have a few "Grails" MAYBE....... I just hope I'm taking enough $$$$$ LOL
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