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Unless you like seeing Fox body cars run in a straight line all day, FF was a flop. The cars how sucked. The swap meet sucked. The vendors were all mainly for Fox body and up cars. The was, MAYBE, 15 vintage Mustangs.

I will NOT be going to FF next year - unless I have a Fox body by then.


Although, I did pick up a mispriced FMS oval air cleaner for $40 brand new from MU. They didn't want to sell it for that, but we made them because they had a flo green sign stating $40.

Keith

64 1/2 coupe built around April 30, 1964
was a 260 3-speed becoming a 5.0 5-speed.
 
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That is the way is was last year in Houston. Very few swap meet people, mostly 5.0 vendors, and just a few classic mustangs racing. It was ok but I thought the swap meet would be better.

Jeff Crumpley
Austin, Texas
68 302 j-code coupe
99 5.0 Eddie Bauer Explorer
 

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All the vintage mustangs must have been it the show at Knotts, there were so many i did not have time to see them all. (hundreds)

John


[color:blue]66 coupe 289 2v C4 needs restore</font color=blue>
[color:blue]70 coupe 351W 2v c4 almost done (?)</font color=blue>
[color:red]71 coupe 302 2v C4
 
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