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Going fishing with the family first this morning, then caravanning with @SGVert
Please post pics from today’s event.
For what? Almost ready to hit the road.
This thing was ridiculous
And for some reason @Xenon didn't take kindly to me using his reputation as the reason for not handing him the keys to my Charger...
here’s the 68 Newport representation from today
68?? That's a 65, says right on the plate.Probably confused some onlookers.
I love that thing.
You could do that with your least favourite Imperial
I wonder why?
I'd hand Xenon my keys anytime. No matter what car it was.
OMG!! Not in the least... We were all just kidding you about that. I am not offended at all.........
All is good....
BTW,, Your Charger is absoooolutly gorgeous.. Yupp..
just bustin your chops
OK, here are a few pictures from the show. But first, a big thank you to @sixpkrt for organizing and re-organizing the show amid the pandemic. It was all super-easy for folks on the grounds, all the way down to the FCBO road signals!
It was great seeing the cars and talking to their owners. I counted 18 C-bodies, and a few other Mopars elsewhere on the parking lot too. Here are a few. The first two photos show three yellow/gold Chrysler New Yorkers: 1978 KY4, 1971 GY6, and 1972 GY4.
It looks like Manny (and maybe his dad) showed up also in the 71 Sport Suburban wagon.................excellent!
There were many excellent cars there including the yellow New Yorkers together.
And Wyatt can show his black Polara vert to me as many times as he wants!
Manny’s eponymous Dad was indeed there with his yellow ‘71 Sport Suburban. Manny himself unfortunately had to turn back on the way in because he had some issues with his calipers.
Here are a few more photos. The slab Newports and the formal NYB below were true sights to behold.
Made it home after leaving Rockford at 6:00 this morning. 910.6 miles, 94.977 gallons of gas, and 9.587 mpg. $282.45 on fuel, at $2.973/gal for a per mile cost of .31¢. There and back in 30 hours, .
You should of stopped by Albert Lea there is a show going on.