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    Bring Mrs Billet instead
     
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    I just want to give a big congratulations to @JPMODL on here for getting his 1971 Sport Fury GT picked as a featured display vehicle this year! I will definitely make a point to stop by and see it at some point
     
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    Plans MAY have changed, we MAY be bringing the '67 VIP 4-door hardtop instead of the turquoise '67 4-door hardtop to try and sell it. Not 100% sure on that yet though......
     
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    I don't think you are allowed to dump raw sewage in the river.
     
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    If she was truly in a drivers condition I would do so. I need to go through all the systems before I feel it's truly road worthy. I'm considering bringing her next year.
     
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    I guess if I want to go I need to call them to register. For some reason my Credit Card Co doesn’t like them. Couldn’t do it last year either.
     
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    Devin: I can't help you with parts transportation, but I can offer you a cold beverage and a seat in the shade. Please stop by my shelter. It would be great to meet you in person.
     
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    Thank you!
    How will I find you / your car there?
     
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    Devin: All the C-Bodies are mostly grouped together - usually in Section G. And you can look for my '73 Navajo and - hopefully - my red '66 300 convertible. Also, at 10:00 on Saturday AM, we all come together for a FCBO photo. Here is the photo from last year:

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    Mopar tim from FABO will have a empty car trailer going back to San Diego looking for a load.
     
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    Plans are the same as original, the '67 VIP is sold so the turquoise '67 4-door hardtop will be going to Carlisle for the first year ever! Please stop by and say hello, just mention you are from the forum here. 20200519_111504.jpg
     
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    Hi should say Hi now then.
     
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    Tim has offered! I'll meet up with him at Carlisle.

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    Hi Dave, Hi Carol :lol:
     
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    I’m a local and drive I-80 often to visit family in western PA/ eastern OH. If you’re looking to go 80, I would suggest that it’s quicker to get off 80 at the Woodland exit (123) and take Rt 322 through State College. It’s a nice drive and will cut miles out from going all the way to Williamsport and coming down 15. 322 meets up with 15 outside of Harrisburg. The other option if going via 322, is to get off 322 at Rt34 (Newport). Take 34 south all the way to the Carlisle gates b
     
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    Thank you very much for the suggestion. A nice road through the country is my preference. Shorter is also better, and taking PA-322 would shave 25 minutes and 35 miles (so about $9 at PA 93-octane gas prices). That'd be great!

    For these reasons, I had initially thought of taking PA-322 -- till a look at the elevation maps suggested that level changes would be more numerous and steeper if taking PA-322 vs. if taking I-80 and then PA-15 along the river. That is why I ended up proposing the latter route. The following maps show the elevation changes. You can see that many of the state roads follow the ridges, which makes sense from a cost/ease-of-building perspective.

    Regardless, I'll take your and @halifaxhops' local knowledge over the reading of any map, so if you two and @70bigblockdodge can comment on elevations that would be most welcome.

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