Early bird swap meet 2011

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early bird swap meet 2011

May 20, Early bird shoppers can enter at 8am for $ The Billetproof June 27 for a day of cars, bands, an auto swap meet and fun! Attendance is. swap meet. BUY | SELL | The first Weekend Passes are only $ One day passes will be $15 at the gate. Buy early and save big! Early Bird Tickets. Pomona Swap Meet Blog & News. Remember, "the early bird gets the worm. . Well, first, we know that vintage Mustangs are among the most popular classic.

Car Show on Saturday. Benefit for a needy child. All Makes, Models, Years. Top 5 cars, Top 3 motorcycles and 4 selective choices. Hosted by the City of Johnson. All proceeds go to help Rapha House. They help girls who have been victimized by the sex trade. They are working to abolish the sex trade industry in Cambodia and around the world Pre Cars and Trucks, All Bikes are welcome. Come enjoy a full day of Family Fun. Registration to be begin at 8: Top 50 awards plus Best Of award.

Sponsored by Lowell Historical Museum and the city of Lowell. Trophies in crazy categories, and it free. Family and pet friendly. All types of vehicles welcome! Freedom Fest is a Family event everything is free food, fireworks, inflatables for kids, live entertainment and more. Free to the public. Trophies awarded at 2 p. Door prizes throughout the show. Car show T-shirts will be on sale.

Bring your classic car or truck down to CPPs headquarters in Anaheim, CA for a fun day with the family talking with other car enthusiasts, shop tours, lunch, and amazing drawings. There is no charge for this event. The cost to register is 10 and when you register, you will receive a free meal at Green Iquana. Top Trophies, Specialty and the 6ft best of the Best trophy will be awarded.

Lots of Fun for the entire family. Ronnie or Kim Setser And what a better place to spend Spring Break, than the beaches of Florida, not to mention the NHRA drag strip nestled between the palm trees! Last years NMRA Spring Break Shootout saw over participants and almost 20, spectators, so you can be assured that this event will be huge. We will also be featuring the Muscle Mustangs Spring Break Shootout class, presented by Baer Brake Systems, where 16 of the hottest Fords take it from the street to the track.

Come down to the biggest spring break party on the east coast and help us celebrate the start of the new NMRA Season! All-Ford Heads Up Racing! Experience everything from blazing 6 second Pro Outlaw Bring your Ford muscle car, hot rod, truck, or specialty vehicle for a chance to win one of over 50 awards each day. Dash Plaques to the first 80 cars. Entry fee is tax deductible. Registration 10AM to Noon. Dash plaques to first vehicles registered.

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Stock and Modified classes. Best of Show and Chairmans Choice awards. All proceeds go to 21st Century C. Wall plaques presented to all participants.

DJ Joey will be providing all the music for the Festival. Brevard County Police Department will be there with their K-9 unit to answer any questions you may have. This is a family event so; bring the kids and the whole family. Bob Helmick at Games, Face painting, and more!

What are you bringing? Judging and Awards in the following areas: Hosted by the Mt. Dora Area Chamber of Commerce, For all the details, including host hotel info, and to register David With spring break winding down, and the summer not too far away, the NMCA will launch the season in style at Bradenton Motorsports Park.

Once again, well start off the weekend with a wild Hooters pre-race party at the Hooters of Bradenton. And be sure to check out the awesome burnout contest. Mopar action all weekend. Come out and see all the cars and all the stars of the LSX world as they turn up the power with crazy turbocharged, supercharged, nitrous and naturally aspirated combinations to win the GM series Title.

For more information log on to www. An open to all, judged by class show, with big trophies and large show field. Free event T-shirts, goodies bag and dash plaques to the first registered.

Registration am,judging starts at 11am,trophies at 3pm.

early bird swap meet 2011

To pre-register contact Premium Productions at ,or online at www. For additional show details and vendor opportunities contact Jimmy atof E-Mail jimmy. For information regarding the beneficiary Everyday Blessings, Inc. This show is growing bigger every year, this year we are working with local Mopar, Falcon, Corvettes, Trans am, and British Car Clubs each having a show of their own going on in different parts of the fair grounds.

There will be food, vendors and crafts on the grounds. Vendor and car registration will begin after the Thanksgiving weekend Turkey Run event is complete. Show hours noon to 7p. Friday and 8 am to 4 pm Saturday. Pre-registration includes two tickets for Friday nite BBQ. Event held at Holiday Inn. Hosted by Early Irons Of Orlando. Contact for flyer Run your car on the Dyno Boss.

Sponsorship from Horsepower Sales. Enjoy restaurants, shops, midway rides, games and live bands. Dash plaques and goody bags to the first cars. Donations can be made to the Central Brevard Sharing Center. Together, the classic car show will now include classic boats on trailers and classic aircraft. Vehicles 25 years or older to be considered for the first ever Wings, Keels and Wheels.

Open to all makes and models. Proceeds benefit local scholarship fund.

early bird swap meet 2011

The Springfest Ambassador title will be awarded to the car show participant who brings the most non-perishable items. The Car Club Loyalty title will be presented to the car club with the most entries. Car - Motorcycle awards will be presented at 2pm, festival and kids zone stays until 6pm! We will be giving out awards on both days.

The car and bike show on Saturday will start at 10am and end at 4pm and will start at 12pm on Sunday and end at 5pm. The first applicants to Pre- Register will receive a commemorative dash plaque. Komen for the Cure, to help fund breast cancer research and education. All makes, all models, all years are welcome. Registration begins at 8am and ends at 10am, with awards at around 3: Free Admission For Spectators! Firebirds, and Tas New and Old. Fun for the entire family! A DJ, live music and lots of activities for the kids throughout the day.

Food, raffle, and more. A judged show with over 50 trophies awarded.

early bird swap meet 2011

All money raised goes to charity! Rain or shine event located at Marpan Recycling Center. We have even more in store for ! And even more fun beach bash! Burning Up The Beaches is open to all cars, with a choice of Cruisin our fabulous stops, showing your hot classic wheels, or both! This show is open to all Cars, Bikes, and Trucks every make and model is welcome. This is a Top 20 event. Cruisin with the Classics, Always great prizes, cash. Just like the old days when we raced down county roads.

Sat 5pm- 8pm Door prizes, cruiser-of-the month. Oldies music, pot, raffle, games everyone welcome, all vehicles welcome. Top 25 Show Plus 2 Best. Winners From March show will be on awards. They are going to metal tags with 2 large trophies for best of show. All Vws welcome any makes,models, ages, if its VW be there.

This is a charity event for local food pantry. Also you may bring can food to help out. Camping just a few miles away at Piney Park on lake West Point. Also, a car corral with a variety of cars and trucks for sale. We also have a cruise in pass that will allow you as a spectator to drive your classic car or truck to the show and park on the show field. Onsite registration 9 am. You are also invited to a enjoy Live Music and fun during the day and evening.

You will also see Chevy vs. Mopar when the NMCAs wheels-up classes race for glory. Bring out your American made muscle car, hot rod, truck or specialty vehicle for a chance to win over 50 awards each day.

The best of show GM, Ford and Chrysler vehicles will win beautiful acrylic awards. Bowties, Blue Ovals and Mopars Registration starts at 9: Pre-registration is also available with discounted fees Auto parts and related items only!

Covered Swap Meet Space Area. Open to the public 8am - 4pm. Join us for the Parade of Cars! We will open the famous Blessing of the Fleet Parade with our Cars! Be here by 9: Car Show will be from at the Restorod collision building. There will be onsite cooking so come hungry. Inside Restrooms, lots of parking for spectators and show cars. Top 20 and Best of Show.

All vendors are invited such as Crafts, Swap Meet, Food, etc. Come out and see all the cars and all the stars of the LSX world as they turn up the power with crazy turbocharged, supercharged, nitrous and naturally aspirated combinations to win the GM series title.

And Much, Much More! You will enjoy strolling the pioneer setting, with live mountain music, folk exhibits, local crafts, and of course hundreds of hot classic cars. With plenty of automotive vendors on display to help you with a hard to find part for your classic car or street rod. You will love the shade trees, lakeside views, and a chance to relax in your chair beside your hotrod with a cold glass of lemonade.

All of this will convince you to stay forever. There will be some good ole mountain music shows, held Friday and Saturday night at the Anderson Music Hall located on grounds. The nominal admission charge for the show will prove to be one of your best deals for the summer.

Registered vehicles will receive a discount. So make your plans now for the best Classic Automotive fest you have ever attended. See ya n tha Hillz! Raffle prizes, goods and services auction, music, food, special guests, no fees, no judging, lots of fun! All Cruisers receive half off of any size, any type Pizza! Tunes of rock n Roll from the 50s, 60s and 70s echo throughout the lot and 5awards issued each week. Special food discounts and sponsor giveaways regularly. Theme nights each week!!

What a better place to hold such an event as Route 66 Raceway? Known as the first true Stadium of Drag Racing, Route 66 Raceway a multimilliondollar complex including a 30, seat stadium-style drag strip with 27 luxury suites and will be home to this monumental street legal drag racing event.

So whether you are a rabid Ford fan or a muscle car fanatic, this race will keep you on your toes all weekend. Calling all street legal drag racing fans, get your Kicks on Route 66! You will see Chevy vs. The cruises on the 4th Sun of each month from 4 to 7 PM. Oreilly International Raceway, offering a huge facility with all-paved pits and wonderful local accommodations, is the perfect venue to celebrate the end of the NMCA season.

Records will be broken, along with oil pans, transmissions, and suspensions Finish the season right This specialty event, presented by GM High-Tech Performance Magazine, will once again bring the best in late-model LS performance to one place for a weekend of action-packed fun.

Early vendor set-up begins at noon on Friday,August 17th. Free overnight camping for vendors, free parking and admission for buyers. Exhibits, Displays, Concessions on the grounds. Last cruise in October. Held Every Thursday during the summer. We will hand out dash plaques featuring the previous weeks winner to the first fifty cars. We also have food and drink specials. Daily 8am to 5pm. Opening Cruise Weekend - Thursday 7pm-?: Live Remote from Visitors Center!

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Saturday Morning Fun Run with a scenic ride to a different place every month. Breakfast is provided by Hardees. Somernites Cruise gates open at 1pm and is time to show off your ride. Every month will have a special area for certain show cars. Get some gear — a loupe, a small flashlight, magnet, a note pad, cell phone or smartphone.

A few simple tools will help you find the treasure and prevent mistakes. If you love antique jewelry like I do, then a loupe or small magnifying lens is critical for seeing the tiny "sterling" or "" mark which indicates the silver content. A magnet can help you detect real silver, which will not cling to the magnet as steel and iron do. A loupe is also useful for looking for maker's marks, signatures and, importantly, wear patterns.

A pen flashlight can help to see these distinguishing marks as well, and for indoor flea markets or antique shows, helps to see details when the lighting is poor. With a notepad, you can write down information about an object and research it when you get home. Also, for very large flea markets and shows, it helps to jot down the booth number or vendor's name and the quoted price if you want to think about an object, or peruse the show for a similar one that might be priced lower or in better condition.

With a cell phone, you can send a photo to someone who can do a bit of quick research for information not easily found on Google, or take a picture for later study. With a smartphone, you can check the latest values for some things through searching eBay or other auction sites. Look for signs of age. If you are hunting for antiques or vintage items, first look for signs of authentic age. There are many reproductions of antiques that look old because they are made to look old — depression glass, old apothecary jars, wrought iron furniture or baskets, sconces, decrepit-looking boxes or shelves, spice cabinets, beaded objects and tribal arts.

As dealer Jimmy Desjardins said in Killer Stuff, "Glass has been faked for seventy years so even some of the fakes are almost antique now. This is where the loupe and flashlight come in handy. Dirt in crevasses that builds up over decades or even centuries, rust from nails that bleeds into the surrounding wood, dull spots on the rims or bottoms of glass objects, "crazing" or fine crackle lines in the glaze of pottery — these can reveal age.

But be aware that "wear" can be faked, too. If you want to buy an expensive antique, your best bet is to talk to the dealer, get background on the object and ask if you can return the object to the dealer if you later see a flaw, crack, repair or other mark that indicates it's not real. Talk to dealers — your local experts. Antique dealers — the best ones — are also enthusiastic teachers. They love the objects, and they love to share that passion and appreciation with people who are sincerely interested in learning.

Good dealers are connoisseurs and will happily teach you about how to find good examples and what to avoid. Even if you are not buying anything from them at that moment, you may become an enthusiast and buy something later from them or from another dealer, which helps the trade overall. By talking to dealers, you can find out where they procured the object, which gives you some background has it been hiding in an attic for decades?

Once you find a knowledgeable, trustworthy dealer, stick with him or her. The person can be on the lookout for objects that interest you for your collection or your home decorating.

Develop your eye — and your ears and nose, too. There are ways to assess an object beyond just looking at it.

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Use all your senses. For example, pinging or tapping glass or ceramics can reveal nearly invisible hairline cracks, which resonate a certain tone, or composite materials that sound "off" and indicate a repair. By carefully feeling the surface of crockery, you can detect subtle differences in temperature where patches have been added to hide a crack or break. Your nose can alert you to wood that has been "smoked" to add age, and by rubbing your fingers over Bakelite, you can tell if it's real because it exudes an oily smell when slightly warmed by friction, unlike newer plastics.

I've watched Curt Avery or other dealers in his booth smell rugs and old crocks, caress the surface of glassware, press a fingernail into wood, knock on stoneware to listen for cracks, hold objects up against sunlight to check for crizzling and run his hands around the legs of chairs to see if they are "out of round," which usually indicates authenticity.

Discerning treasure, scoring a "find," is a matter of synthesizing information and putting the object in context. Is this piece authentic, a desirable category not all antiques are trendy or "hot" categorieswith the right wear patterns, in a rare color or form?

Who is selling the piece?


Is this a reputable dealer? Did it just come out of an estate or has it made the rounds all summer long at shows? What time of day did you find it? If something has been sitting at an outdoor antique show or flea market for two days — a show at which there are many knowledgeable buyers — chances are the piece that looks real and valuable may not be; otherwise, it would have been snapped up.