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AACA – SMR 46th Annual Antique*Truck*Motorcycle Parts/Swap Meet
March 25th & 26th, 2016– AACA – SMR’s 46th Annual Antique Auto*Truck*Motorcycle Parts/Swap Meet.
FREE ADMISSION! Doors open at 8am (set-up 10:00am on Thursday 3/24/16 ).
Carroll County AG Center, 706 Agriculture Center Drive, Westminster, MD 21157.
For more information contact: Robert Clubb 301-829-2000, Email: email@example.com,
AACA – SMR 47th Annual Antique*Truck*Motorcycle Parts/Swap Meet
Doors open at 8am (set-up 10:00am on Thursday 3/23/17).
Model T and Model A Era Only Show & Swap Meet. It will be held at Beardsley’s Cider Mill & Orchard in the White Hills section of Shelton.
It is free to everyone attending including those selling antique cars and parts, those showing their 1931 and older cars, and spectators as well.
Breakfast and lunch are available for sale and there is plenty of parking and rest rooms.
Mohican Model A Ford Club will hold their 57th Antique Car Show, Car Corral and Flea Market on the grounds of Firemen’s Field on North Court Street in Wampsville, NY.
Registration from 8 a.m. until Noon. Flea Market, all day. Judging of 27 pre-registered classes for 86 trophies. All makes and models included with 1989 cut-off. Dash plaques.
Breakfast and lunch available from Wampsville Volunteer Firemen, Cash Raffle, Car Corral. Only three miles from New York State Thruway Exit 34 (Canastota). Annually the largest single club car show in Central New York.
Contact: Show Chair: William Kritzler, 6075 Rte. 291, Marcy, NY 13403
Fundraiser for Model A Youth Program.
Open to stock appearing cars prior to 1970.
Free spectator admission and free parking.
The Cider Mill restaurant and shops will be open.
Hosted by the Adirondack A’s Model A Ford Club at the Roaring Brook Resort in Lake George NY.
The meet’s theme is “Cruising the Adirondacks”.
In addition to the traditional tours, dinners, and other events, the hilight of the meet will be a lunch cruise aboard the Lac Du Saint Sacrement on scenic Lake George.
Hotel Registration: Roaring Brook Ranch, Lake George, NY. 800-882-7665. For reservations mention “NE Model A Meet” for special rate of $124.00. There are a number of hotels very close by and the hotel will help you to find them.
Hospitality and Raffle Room: The Hospitality and Raffle Rooms will be open on Thursday from 12 noon to 6:00 PM. Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM, and Saturday from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
50/50 Raffle: Anytime, anywhere throughout the meet.
Repair Tent: The Repair Tent will be open for assistance at various times.
Wednesday/Thursday/Friday: For those of you arriving early, there will be self-guided tour directions available at the hotel desk or the meet registration desk, including trips to the local sites and stores, and regional outlet shopping for the ladies. Wednesday and Thursday dinner will be on your own, with many restaurants available in Lake George Village.
Friday Evening: Dinner will be a Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings, followed by Adirondack entertainment with Trish and John. Come and enjoy the evening!
Saturday Morning: A continental breakfast will be available at the Roaring Brook dining hall for your convenience prior to the Grand tour.
The Grand Tour: We will have a lovely drive around the Lake George area ending at the Pier for the lunch cruise aboard the steamboat Luc du Saint Sacrement. This will be about a 2 hour cruise including a lunch buffet and entertainment.
Saturday Evening: The evening includes the dinner of your choice. Then you can dance the night away with the Stony Creek Band.
Sunday Breakfast Buffet: An extensive breakfast buffet will be served. Trophies will be awarded. Raffle Room and 50-50 prizes will be drawn.
CELEBRATE 19 YEARS OF “OL SKOOL” SPEED WITH US
ALL Pre 1960 RODS, CUSTOMS, VINTAGE RACE CARS AND ENTHUSIASTS ARE WELCOME
This Meeting Is For All Types of Vintage Speed 4’s, 6’s, 8’s, Flatheads, Nailheads, Hemi’s, Dragsters, Gassers, Vintage Stock Cars, Sprint Cars, Midgets & Roundy Rounds.
Easy on – Easy off Trailer Parking for Race Cars
Door Prizes, Food and Refreshments including Chowdah
26 Jackson St. Middleboro, MA 02346
Rt. 105 – Exit 4 on Rt. 495 – Easy access via Rt. 24, 44 & 495
At end of Rt. 105 exit ramp follow Rt. 105 N approx 2 miles, turn right on Jackson St
***Rain Date Oct. 21***
(Call if weather looks questionable)
** Drawing for Door Prizes will take place at 2pm – You must be present to win**
Nostalgic T-shirts, Sweatshirts, & Hoodies will be available
Reserve your t-shirt, sweatshirt or hoodie prior to the show…every year we sell out of certain sizes…don’t miss out …payment required by September 30th via PayPal or check…pickup at the show…contact us regarding sizes & prices.
Tickets $10.00 / person, under 12 FREE
Vendor Space $25.00 (admits 2) – Limited space available, reserve early
All proceeds from food sales go to the Rochester Lions Club
See photos from last year’s “Gathering” on the web at www.autonetnewengland.com
For more information contact: Jack Wegman, firstname.lastname@example.org , 508-888-3103