2010 Fleetwood Country Cruize (3,000+ classic car/truck show!)
Well, i know of a car show that needs some more Classic Fords! particularly Classic Ford trucks! and it just so happens to be Canada's largest car show! 3,000+ classic cars and trucks and Hot Rods and more! so please make sure you and your favorite classic Ford truck attend the show! also the show had a nice '76 F-150 last year, hopefully they attend again, as it was the first '73-'79 F-series i have ever seen attend the show! also one mint '79 Bronco attended last year as well, so you can see we are short on supply for 70s Ford trucks, and this is out of a group of 3,000! so what ever you have bring it out! its open to all makes and models that are 1985 and older (you can have your ride approved by Steve Plunkett if its newer than '85) the more the better! just make sure its a classic Ford product we need more classic Ford and Mercury and Edsel and Lincoln products!
so i am guessing your going to the Barrie swap meet....
unless you need some parts.... (we all do!) do you have a current project? (i know, i know there never really finished!), then i guess the Barrie swap meet is more important to you, but if not, i would check out this show! its something to see! last year they had the crew from Car Crazy on Speed TV film a episode, there returning this year as well,
also this car show has been happening the first Saturday for years now, what i am wondering is who planned the Barrie Swap meet the same weekend? i know i wouldn't want to compete with a 3,000+ car show! that also brings in big time famous custom cars! and other automotive retailers
1977 Ford F-150 4x4 *1971*302w Transmission is a AOD T-Case is a NP205 Front Dana 44 3.50 Rear 9" Ford 3.50
The Barrie Fall Flea market with be the 40th year, the spring one I think is a few years younger but they have been around a long long time.
I like show cars but I like rumaging around junk too. I will go to the unfinished nationals one day as well.
Something about more realastic driven cars that appeals to me more than high dollar customs or trailer queen restorations.
How was the show?
'47 & '48 Ford Fordor Super Deluxe
'77 F250 Super Cab
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