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Awesome time at the POCI both clubs did a great job handling all adversity that was thrown at them.
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Awesome time at the POCI both clubs did a great job handling all adversity that was thrown at them.
Damn I didn’t see that beautiful Formula. I needed to walk around more.
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It might have been in the trailer. It was in the swap meet section when I drooled over it.
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It was to muddy in the trailer parking area to bring out onto the show field, until Thursday. Nice meeting you Mike.
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Here are a few of the cars at POCI. Our group took four cars--three driven to the Dells, one trailered--all four won trophies.

I sold two Tripower setups--a '66 and a '65. All the vendor's spots were sold.

It was a fun time with our friends & family!! We met a few new friends, too! I was hoping to see a few of you there, and I did, but not as many as I hoped for.
Sorry we missed you! We were at your car, Tuesday at noon, sure you doing other things. My buddy has Parkinson's. He was barely able to get around. If anyone saw him, they would have recognized us. His "oh so" uncomfortable looking walk, he had a red aluminum cane, and he could only go for about 10 minutes and he was completely pooped. It may have been a mistake on my part to take him to this event. He refuses to use his walker, and it has a seat built into it so he can sit down when tired. I made it my aim to not say anything negative towards him, that is his wife's job!!!

We got to see some cool cars, I found a bargain at the swap meet (parking light assy's for my T/A). I was surprised to see Tom and Sharon Wilhite's cool GMC pickup. I did not know they had such. Did not get to see them either Bet it had an awesome Pontiac engine in it!!!

Did you sell all of your tri-power setups???
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Sorry we didn't meet at Chula. I wanted to meet as many of you on this board as possible, but met very few. Even though these conventions are several days long, we're all busy looking at cars and parts, without the time to seek out friends from this board. At this convention, my wife & I worked at registration and lunch for the volunteers for 16 hours, so there was even less time to socialize.

I sold the '65 and the '66 setups, along with two separate end carbs.

The parking lot arrangement, with judged cars on one end of the property and popular vote/swap area on the other end, left a lot to be desired. I still have no idea why Chula Vista or whoever made that decision, but it was a bad one. Many people complained about that, while the rest of the convention went very well.
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