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Old 11-24-2021, 01:38 AM
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Does anyone have a knowledgeable guess as to how many cars were in the show? Just curious.

I always have a surprise favorite, this year it was the black 70 Cougar Eliminator with the New Jersey tags. Also, glad to see the FAST drag cars.
he was parked right behind me. we were ass to ass. Neat Eliminator
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that is what is cool about this show, the 57 fuelie, the L72 4 door impala and the 65 chevelle. at least 3 cars that you would never believe existed without seeing them in person
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How about the SS 454 Chevelle Wagon?
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This one.

BITD there was a black one with silver trim around town.

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This one.

BITD there was a black one with silver trim around town.

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Bob Ashton stated there were about 560 cars at the show.
Really?? Seemed like 565 easy LOL

GREAT Show. Cars, Motorcycles, Schwinn Bikes, Good People and Good Weather!!
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This years show was one of the most enjoyable MCACN shows I have attended since it's inception. I had our car delivered to the show as well as delivered to the customer afterwards via Reliable which took a HUGE burden off of me and went off without a hitch. They were great and handled it perfectly, were on time and were very friendly. Our ride home in Jim's Mustang did not go near as well but thanks to a GREAT friend who off loaded his 1969 show vette from his trailer, loaded the Mustang and then drove the Vette 170 miles to our place was unbelievable. You cannot buy that kind of friendship.

I only have two suggestions for next year. The singing of our National Anthem was done perfectly by the two gentlemen who sang it. If it was there, I and several others some how missed it. I think we should fly our flag near the wall by the entrance while we sing the song. Just as importantly, I think we should fly the Canadian flag and sing their anthem as well as there were MANY Canadians there and it would have been great to honor them and their country as well. Just a thought and opinion. Great show!
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Really?? Seemed like 565 easy LOL

GREAT Show. Cars, Motorcycles, Schwinn Bikes, Good People and Good Weather!!
To be honest, to me, it seemed like there were a few less cars then in the past. I know the floor didn't seem as busy with people. I haven't been to every MCACN, but I've only missed a few since my first in 2011.

Still a great weekend, and the first car event I've been to in a long while.
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Really?? Seemed like 565 easy LOL

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Let's not forget the snowmobiles Mike! They brought back old memories for me!!
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You cannot buy that kind of friendship.

You just nailed the best part of our car obsession Rick!!

Just as importantly, I think we should fly the Canadian flag and sing their anthem as well as there were MANY Canadians there and it would have been great to honor them and their country as well.
Totally agree!! Credit to the Northern Ohio Chevelle Club show, they do sing the Canadian Anthem to include our North of the border friends.
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