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Old 07-05-2012, 03:14 PM
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We can get some 72 / 73 Victoria pictures together!

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Old 07-05-2012, 05:44 PM
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Default the Saether family looks forward to welcoming you all to our home state!

I feel bad that we me missed Daytona this year. It was the same week as our funeral director's convention. I really missed seeing you all.

Milwaukee is only 2 hours away for me so I am sure we will be there with my silver '69 combination.

I am anxious to welcome you all to Wisconsin!
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A little less than 5 1/2 hours, 321 miles. im going to do all I can to make it, still along time away. Not sure what car Im driving yet but hope the 49 S&S. If not, thinking the 85 Eureka Pontiac.
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A little less than 5 1/2 hours, 321 miles. im going to do all I can to make it, still along time away. Not sure what car Im driving yet but hope the 49 S&S. If not, thinking the 85 Eureka Pontiac.
My vote is for the '49!
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Old 07-06-2012, 11:20 AM
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1250 miles for me. Bet Ed does not get the Long Distance Award next year.
it might still surprise you. if I miss it will only be by 100 miles or so. be nice to get closer. we can do the meet in Rochester in one day easily. this one will be do able but makes for a long one. we might even have the Stoner ready to go by then. be easer to find a water pump for it.
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My vote is for the '49!
Keep in mind its no where near as nice as the pics show, but that is my first choice on what to drive there.
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Default According to Mapquest....

Its 30 hours 21 minutes and 1941 miles for me if I drive in a car that doesnt have working air conditioning. More than likely will fly, even though I would love to be able to bring my car back to be photographed in front of its previous homes!
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Its 30 hours 21 minutes and 1941 miles for me if I drive in a car that doesnt have working air conditioning. More than likely will fly, even though I would love to be able to bring my car back to be photographed in front of its previous homes!
At least you're going to be there Rick, that is what is important.
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Keep in mind its no where near as nice as the pics show, but that is my first choice on what to drive there.
Also remember, its not stock, and has instrument cluster, steering colum, engine and trans mods. Dont worry, it would not be judged, dont want to wast anyones time.
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I'm going to be there with my 87 Eureka Cadillac.I don't care if my A/C works or not,

I drove my Austin Mini Cooper S all over the U.S. and Canada with no air back in the day, going to car shows and meets.......

half the fun is driving there and back


I DON"T NEED NO STINKING A/C !!! lol ( but maybe I'll get it fixed by then )
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