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Met at Best Buy on the 91 to cruise in with the other VMF's. As we're getting ready to leave for Knotts, somebody (maybe Randy Bosscars or Shanman, I don't remember) said oh just follow us, let's all try to get thru the lights together, etc. Soooo, I did. When we got to the show, all the officials waved us in and even showed us where to park. I thought that was kind of nice of them since I was only a spectator! Never stopped to realize that these guys I was following were all *participants*. (Gee, is that what that number hanging from the rearview mirrors meant?).

Now, just try to leave at 11:30 when all the gates are locked. Major disruption to the security guy's plans, but we managed to get out.

What a nice day. Beautiful cars and great people, too!

Jill(CA)
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One Mustang that can't jump a fence, eh? ;)

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Sorry to hear about it. When we turned left at La Palma Ave. we stayed in the far left lane and waved bye-bye to everyone! The cruise-in could have used another 50 cars but it was fun to be a part of it!!

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