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Albuquerque New Mexico Swap Meet

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by studearch, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. studearch
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    Happening this Sunday, May 2, 2010 come wind, snow or rain in Los Lunas, south of Albuquerque.

    One day only from 8 to 3. Food vendors will be there.

    Trailer-friendly spaces 12' by 40' for $20 each.Bring your junk, those garage gems, barn finds and driving cars. Automotive and petroliana only - leave the yard sale stuff behind.

    Presented by Route 66 Rodders of Albuquerque.

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  2. tomcantdoit
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    already getting a chub just thinking about it!!!:cool:
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    See you Sunday early!
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  5. tomcantdoit
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    soooo what did everyone score from the meet??? all i got was a model a spring and a fuel block, i got there kinda late 830...
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    I sold a few little things as did my buddies. The rain and cold really put a damper on the meet. Vendors were pulling out early. I feel the weather kept peoples wallets in their jeans. JMO
  7. studearch
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    Sold some steelies, bought a chopsaw and a few magzines. We had a good turnout, at least until the wind, rain and cold blew in. Saw some decent buys, a lotta junk, and some old friends. Not a bad day overall.
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    My brother and I stupidly rolled into the meet at about 3:15. At that point there were about 3 people left. So for us it was a total waste of time and gas. I knew better but that was the soonest he could get down there so figured why not? Maybe next year we'll get it right.
  9. tomcantdoit
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    hey i think i offered to carry that chop saw for you, or it might of been another guy... if it was you nice to meet ya, if not :D
  10. tomcantdoit
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    the rain did suck :mad: a big ass drop hit me right in the eye lol

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