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« on: August 31, 2006, 07:33:00 PM »

Take a look:
http://www.charlotte-autofair.com/
In April there were lots of 1 Generation Camaros for sale --in varying states of condition...
Come see me on Saturday in the AACA show.  Grin
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Phillip
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« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2006, 11:24:09 PM »

Can't make it, Lake, but it's quite a show! The 1st time I went was back in the mid-'80s, and it was a thrill to walk up on the 2nd turn of the track and actually FEEL how steep that thing is banked! TV doesn't do it justice. I went looking for an Edelbrock TM-1 Tarantula manifold and found one. The number of vendors is staggering--it took a whole day just to walk around the race track infield looking at all the stuff! Who are you with?
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« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2006, 03:38:04 PM »

I just show my car in the AACA show.  Some of my friends are Hornet's Nest officers, but I still have to work for a living and those positions are all filled by retired guys.  I have judged a bit, but again that takes time.

You're right about the track.  It's quite a site.  And you could get lost for three days just looking at all the vendor stuff.
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Phillip
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AACA Southeastern Division Spring Meet Chair
"Charlotte AutoFair, presented by the Hornets Nest Region, AACA, is the largest and greatest Collector Vehicle Event in the Southeast USA."
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« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2006, 08:21:21 PM »

A 68 Camaro (no not mine) won the Class 27H (includes 67 and 68), second time in a row for Charlotte AACA. 

There were over 50 1st Generation Camaros for sale in the car corral.  Prices are WAY UP --the AACA treasurer told me, it looked like Camaro prices had increased by about a third since the Spring show in April.

I had been saying that prices were lower in the South --NOT ANY MORE!  Good News if you've got one...
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Phillip
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Planning 2016 Sentimental Tour, AACA (and restoring a 40 Buick Special for it)
AACA Southeastern Division Spring Meet Chair
"Charlotte AutoFair, presented by the Hornets Nest Region, AACA, is the largest and greatest Collector Vehicle Event in the Southeast USA."
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