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Hey guys, Yeah I ended up making it but the weather was terrible. Pulled my Bronco II in next to an early Bronco and lifted F350 and that was the extent of the 'show' area, 3 vehicles, so kind of a light turn out. The Bronco next to me had a nice patina and appeared to be in very original condition. The F350 looked to be about an '88 and was dressed up with King Ranch badges (I think it would take Ford about 20 years or so before starting to use those) and complete with bug-out equipment. There were plenty of vendors though and lots of old trucks and Bronco's for sale. 1 gigantic early Bronco with a 460 was well worth seeing. Overall there were a lot more trucks to see out in the parking lot with everything from old F100's to brand new F350's that looked like their owners must have needed stepladders to climb into. So overall not a great turnout with the weather being what it was but still worth the trip from Detroit in my opinion. Plus I got to see some family and friends in my old home town. See you there next year..?
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