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Monroe WA Swap Meet this weekend!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Shaggy, May 14, 2007.

  1. AARC Area map 2.jpg Here's the bird eye view ...just in case any of you kids get lost..
     
  2. Where's...
    ... area rug?
    ... area 51?
    ... areolas?

    :D
     
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  3. ClarkH
    Joined: Jul 21, 2010
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    A morning bump before I head out to finish setting up. I'm in area D, just up the aisle from the burger stand and across from all the gas pumps--when you see the '33 truck shell and big Plomb top box, you're there. Say hi and check out my crap--er, I mean reasonably priced treasures...

    ...on offer is a nice vintage pair of nos Cal Custom V/Cs for SB Mopar. Anyone?
     
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  4. Paul
    Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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    Quick in and out, just long enough to grab a couple things..

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  5. 31Apickup
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    I looked at that dragster, pretty cool. Only bought this to make a spreader bar for my A coupe.[​IMG][​IMG]


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    Smallblock mopar ! Dangit...howd i ! miss those !
    I Did a get a little McCulloch Chainsaw($5.. 12" bar..it runs & has 2 spare chains even) .. 2 voltmeter gauges & ??
     
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  7. 41rodderz
    Joined: Sep 27, 2010
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    from Oregon

    Is it big enough with parts to drive up from Salem Oregon area? Or a mish mash of parts and household/garage sale items.
     
  8. ClarkH
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    Worth it, I think. About 80% parts. Lots of Model A/early Ford stuff, which is always a good sign. But go on Saturday; many vendors bug out before Sunday.
     
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  9. ClarkH
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    This rechromed Whippet shell was too cool to pass up.
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  10. Paul
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    If I hadn't spent my pocket money on the turtle deck I would have picked up that whippet shell in a second, I looked at it pretty closely, very good deal for the price
     
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  11. Osoty
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    Anybody make you pray ways with that green plumb box? That was very cool. So was your set of proto sockets
     
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  12. ClarkH
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    I guess nobody loved the Plomb box more than me, so it's back in the garage. If I'd charged a dollar each for snapshots, I'd have cleared my price.
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  13. Deucedreamer
    Joined: Jan 11, 2010
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    from BC Canada

    I was there. Picked up a set of rear 32 ford roadster fenders in decent shape for a pretty good buy. I was surprised at how much early ford stuff there actually was this fall.
     

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