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Great turnout of cars this year!
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First Generation Chargers as far as you can see.
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That was a really nice mostly original 62 Dodge, asking price was $26.5K if I remember correctly.
 
I really liked that color, it really set the stainless & chrome trim off. My son & I looked this one over for some time. If I had been looking to buy a car this weekend that one would have gone home with us. Did you notice how many early B Bodies there were just in this main pavillion and around the show in general this year? I think the early B Bodies are finally getting noticed. On another subject it was pretty cool seeing the Ramchargers & Golden Commando guys all together at one time.
 
I wish I would have had the time, to have taken more pictures. I had a grocery list a mile long and I did real good but two days of running parts was enough. Hopefully more members will post pics when they get back...
 
Looks like an awesome show. Love that 62. I think the early b bodies with the big blocks are sweet machines. Wouldn't mind having one myself!
 
Really liked that silver 64 Dodge wagon in the car corral. It was one of two built with the 426 wedge and a 4 speed. I think the asking price was $44,000. This year I left the Coronets at home and took the 66 Sport Fury. I was parked in the C body section but I took plenty of B body pics.
Pretty sure it was a much bigger show this year. Show field was packed, and unlike last year, all the vendor spaces were sold out. Last year there were alot of empty vendor spaces.

Here are links to my photos from the weekend:

Thursday: 398 pictures from the trip up, special displays, the car corral, and the cruise in
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742074.100001111775214&type=1&l=15cec2adb8

Friday: 645 pictures from the car corral, vendor area and some of the cars on the show field
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742075.100001111775214&type=1&l=e841b6e492

Saturday morning:755 pictures walking the show field including station wagons, F bodies, trucks, E bodies, 300's and Imperials, pre-unibody cars, winged cars, A bodies, and some B bodies
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742077.100001111775214&type=1&l=bc9481f0b5

Saturday afternoon:757 pictures finishing up the show field after lunch including he rest of the B bodies and the C bodies, and J bodies, followed by another trip through the car corral.
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742078.100001111775214&type=1&l=763b559c68

Sunday:77 random pictures from Sunday morning when the fairgrounds have become almost a ghost town
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742079.100001111775214&type=1&l=2e1bba396d
 
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Wow, that's a lot of pictures! (Unfortunately I don't have Facebook.)
 
Great cars great show I'm already looking forward to next year
 
Really liked that silver 64 Dodge wagon in the car corral. It was one of two built with the 426 wedge and a 4 speed. I think the asking price was $44,000. This year I left the Coronets at home and took the 66 Sport Fury. I was parked in the C body section but I took plenty of B body pics.
Pretty sure it was a much bigger show this year. Show field was packed, and unlike last year, all the vendor spaces were sold out. Last year there were alot of empty vendor spaces.

Here are links to my photos from the weekend:

Thursday: 398 pictures from the trip up, special displays, the car corral, and the cruise in
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742074.100001111775214&type=1&l=15cec2adb8

Friday: 645 pictures from the car corral, vendor area and some of the cars on the show field
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742075.100001111775214&type=1&l=e841b6e492

Saturday morning:755 pictures walking the show field including station wagons, F bodies, trucks, E bodies, 300's and Imperials, pre-unibody cars, winged cars, A bodies, and some B bodies
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742077.100001111775214&type=1&l=bc9481f0b5

Saturday afternoon:757 pictures finishing up the show field after lunch including he rest of the B bodies and the C bodies, and J bodies, followed by another trip through the car corral.
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742078.100001111775214&type=1&l=763b559c68

Sunday:77 random pictures from Sunday morning when the fairgrounds have become almost a ghost town
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/...073742079.100001111775214&type=1&l=2e1bba396d

How do you top this? Excellent and very comprehensive pictures - there are even two of my car - one with my ugly mug! Many thanks for posting. I remember checking out many of the cars.

Hawk
 
There was also a 62 Dodge convertible on the show field, and a 62 Dodge wagon in the vendor area.

I talked with the guy who owns the '62 wagon. He bought it there about four years ago. Got a heck of a deal! It's a BB roller engine, never rusted. I've seen the convertible before but missed it this year. Great pics!

Feel free to post some of your favorites, for the fact some don't have facebook.
 
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