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I'd like to know when the Packard PG show is... this is at 22/23 mile road, correct?
Yes, between 22 and 23. 49965 Van Dyke. April 28.
Hopefully it will be a little warmer this time. Love the swap area. The Easy Rodders also have their show in July at PPG. also another great show and swap.
Yes, correct. Somewhere around there and Van Dyke.
For the July show, swappers enter off 23 Mile. Lookers off Van Dyke.
oooooouuuu.....swappers and lookers. I'm there as usual.
I'm in Akron, Ohio (217 miles away) and I didn't know about this show. Strange how you stumble on things as I did so by visiting DMT's web-store and clicked on their "Shows" tab just out of curiosity because I need some items from them. That's what lead me to this show "North Oakland Mopar Muscle". From reading the above comments, I'm wondering if it's worth it for me to swap there. I haven't seen a 2019 flyer yet but last year's swap spaces were $20.00 for 20x20. That's very reasonable as I would get two spots at those prices. So I assume that's what the 2019 prices would be. So a 200+ mile drive, a Saturday hotel room, swap fees and gas. Is it worth it? My prices aren't eBay crazy nor am I giving my stuff away. Thanks
I think it would be worth it. Its a great show and the swap area is quite large. I think last year it was 15 or 16 rows. The dicey part is the weather, its Michigan. Last year it was a chilly day but mostly sunny. Give Marc a call or email. I think he still does the swap email@example.com or phone 248-398-2348
There is a group of guys that come in from Chicago - 5 hrs +/- away. It would be great to have you there. Please bring all your 68 charger stuff .
I call dibs on any 70' Charger, 70' Road Runner or 70' Challeger parts....
Thanks!!!!! Thanks!!!!! 15 or 16 rows!! I thought you were going to say 15-16 vendors lol. Holy crap this might bigger than Norwalk SWAP MEET WISE (which was a dud for me last summer). '68 Charger parts, a few small items. No body panels, No interior or drive-train stuff. Heck I might drag my '68 there to test the waters lol. Crazy market on the 2nd gens.