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At 1:57pm on April 16, 2017, Bill Mecca said…

Hi Pamela; Too bad the Pocono  Italian car show is no more, but I guess

there are other shows, Thanks & Happy Easter. bill

At 2:08am on April 16, 2017, Bill Mecca said…

Hi Pamela: Thanks for the welcome, yes the 928 is not much appreciated,

by the way is The Bella Maachine Italian car show of the Poconos going to take place for 2017, if so the dates. Thanks, Bill

At 7:20pm on December 27, 2015, Len Feinberg said…

Pamela,

 Thanks for the invitation.  I posted my event.  I am in two local Corvette Clubs so I will pass your site along to them as we go to a lot of events in the warmer weather.  For both clubs, I am the unofficial photographer.  Here is a link to a few of the pictures http://public.fotki.com/eacc/.  Feel free to use any of them if you have any use for them.  

At 9:15pm on December 29, 2014, Cindy said…

Thanks, you should put information here so it is easy to find the museums and events.

At 6:21pm on December 29, 2014, Cindy said…

Hi Pam I will be in northern New York in the spring of 2015. I don't see any auto museums listed. How do I find a list of museums? Thanks. Cindy

At 10:31am on November 5, 2014, Ron Haas said…

Hi Pam, I too listed a car a 61 Pontiac conv. and can`t find it anywhere. Matter of fact I listed it 3 times. Thanks for your attention, ........Ron

At 8:47pm on April 18, 2014, charles w. heller jr. said…

HI PAMELA...I CANT ADD A AVATAR PIC AND I LISTED MY 54 CHEVY FOR SALE ON THE CLASSIC CARS 4 SALE ,AND CANT FIND IT..NOT ONLY THAT,THE PAGES SAY THERES A FEE IN EURO'S..WHERES THE FREE ADD YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT..?THANKX,CHUCK sorry for the caps

At 12:47pm on April 14, 2014, Don Stoudt II said…
Hilltop Playground Cars for Kids car show.
At 12:49pm on July 8, 2013, Jack Clark said…

I was thinking about holding a boat show

At 9:30am on July 8, 2013, Jack Clark said…

Hi Pan well if the rain stops around here i might get a show in, Ive had 1 show since may 28.  Every other Monday it has rained here  

At 12:23pm on December 27, 2012, MICHELLE BALDWIN said…

Thank you, Pamela! Your support of our race team and my son is sincerely appreciated!

 

Happy New Year!

 

all the best,

 

Michelle

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