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  • #31
    Please correct me if I'm wrong... I can't pre-register as a spectator... Yes?

    Originally posted by austinaubinoe
    Cool thanks!


    Im camping out with 2 friends, everyone else in a motel?




    Still have a week to send it in!
    1990 Grand Wagoneer:
    Delilah - def: "White Lady (cocktail) with the additional ingredients of egg-whites, sugar, and cream"

    1987 XJ Wagoneer Limited:
    Desiree - def: ?Much Desired? [orig: French] ? Desirable Charcoal Gray façade, Wood-grain vêneers,and Tan Leather éssentials"

    Member, FSJ Prissy Restoration Association (FJS-PRIS)

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Crist Clapper
      Please correct me if I'm wrong... I can't pre-register as a spectator... Yes?
      Spectators $5 at the gate.

      You really need to to put your GW in the show.

      We need a big showing of Full Size Jeeps this year so they don't lump us in with some other class or like what happened last year, 1 class that included Umlimited, Modified, and Stock and only gave out 3 three trophies 1st 2nd and 3rd. There were approx. 20 FSJs entered last year, some other classes only had 3 vehicles entered in them and they had nine trophies.
      Dave

      The few. The proud. The browless.

      Somewhere between prissy and pristene

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      • #33
        Not road-ready as yet. But soon!

        Originally posted by 2ToneBluJ10
        Spectators $5 at the gate.

        You really need to to put your GW in the show.

        We need a big showing of Full Size Jeeps this year so they don't lump us in with some other class or like what happened last year, 1 class that included Umlimited, Modified, and Stock and only gave out 3 three trophies 1st 2nd and 3rd. There were approx. 20 FSJs entered last year, some other classes only had 3 vehicles entered in them and they had nine trophies.
        1990 Grand Wagoneer:
        Delilah - def: "White Lady (cocktail) with the additional ingredients of egg-whites, sugar, and cream"

        1987 XJ Wagoneer Limited:
        Desiree - def: ?Much Desired? [orig: French] ? Desirable Charcoal Gray façade, Wood-grain vêneers,and Tan Leather éssentials"

        Member, FSJ Prissy Restoration Association (FJS-PRIS)

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Crist Clapper
          Not road-ready as yet. But soon!
          You can trailer it. It wouldn't be the first FSJ to show up on one.



          JR
          [quote] "How does someone from Iran have a BJ's Offroad sticker but I can't seem to get one sent to New Jersey???!!!"


          1980 Honcho Sportside w/37's, 351c, 14" lift, D44high pinion w/Aussie, crossover steering, 14b w/detroit, np435, 205, 5.13's, 4whl discs, hb brakes, OBAir, rusted out cab,
          1966 mustang fastback
          '07 Dodge Charger 3.5

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Headhoncho
            You can trailer it. It wouldn't be the first FSJ to show up on one.



            JR
            As in the perpetual 1st place winner of the Full Size "Unlimited" Class that lives in York yet brings it on a trailer, are you?

            Or the guy that treats us other FSJers like we have the plague?
            Last edited by 2ToneBluJ10; 07-12-2011, 06:20 AM.
            Dave

            The few. The proud. The browless.

            Somewhere between prissy and pristene

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            • #36
              Originally posted by 2ToneBluJ10
              As in the perpetual 1st place winner of the Full Size "Unlimited" Class that lives in York yet brings it on a trailer, are you?

              Or the guy that treats us other FSJers like we have the plague?
              I actually forgot about that guy. I hope someday he removes alot of the unnecessary bling and makes it look like it was built in today's world. It's a beautiful truck unfortunately built to late eighties/early nineties show standards. Tons of show but not much go. Kind of the opposite of my truck.


              JR
              [quote] "How does someone from Iran have a BJ's Offroad sticker but I can't seem to get one sent to New Jersey???!!!"


              1980 Honcho Sportside w/37's, 351c, 14" lift, D44high pinion w/Aussie, crossover steering, 14b w/detroit, np435, 205, 5.13's, 4whl discs, hb brakes, OBAir, rusted out cab,
              1966 mustang fastback
              '07 Dodge Charger 3.5

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              • #37
                We were planning to go again this year with the bride in the YJ now that it has some new legs and I in either the FSJ or the Orvis (she couldn't understand why there weren't any in the show last year..8^).

                For the first time in a long time, all my junk is operational!

                But...as fate would have it, I got popped for another deployment. I don't think they will fly me back for the weekend.

                Hope everyone has a good time.

                Stop by the MVC tent and tell Rob that Bryan said Hello and that I am ready for him to pick up the GW and start on it...

                He did an awesome job on my YJ. Great guy to deal with, can build anything as well as body/paint (actually, I think Matt does the painting) if you want to get something done and dont mind that his shop is out in the middle of PA. He should have a show out there. His place is amazing!
                One day I will wake up and realize that my jeep is complete...one day, I just know it.

                88Wag, LT1/4L60E/NP242, F150 fuel cell, discs, J20 axles, Truetrac & Grizzly, 3.73
                http://imgbox.com/g/rNuIasKYrS
                95YJ, STaK 300, D44's, SOA, ARB's, 4.56s, Bilsteins, 35" KM2's
                50 CJ3A
                77 J-10, 360/T-18/D20, SOLD

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                • #38
                  Where in PA are these guys?

                  He did an awesome job on my YJ. Great guy to deal with, can build anything as well as body/paint (actually, I think Matt does the painting) if you want to get something done and dont mind that his shop is out in the middle of PA. He should have a show out there. His place is amazing!
                  1990 Grand Wagoneer:
                  Delilah - def: "White Lady (cocktail) with the additional ingredients of egg-whites, sugar, and cream"

                  1987 XJ Wagoneer Limited:
                  Desiree - def: ?Much Desired? [orig: French] ? Desirable Charcoal Gray façade, Wood-grain vêneers,and Tan Leather éssentials"

                  Member, FSJ Prissy Restoration Association (FJS-PRIS)

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                  • #39
                    I'll be there

                    I have sent in my registration for my stock 89 gw and plan on being there on Saturday. I have been cleaning it, but have come to realize that my wheels will not be nice until I have someone restore them. I am looking forward to meeting as many members as I can. Lets hope for great weather.
                    See ya Saturday!
                    http://s1191.photobucket.com/albums/z469/selkplitt/
                    1989 Grand Waggy stock
                    2007 Commander Rock Mountain with QuadradriveII 4.7
                    2018 GMC Canyon Denali 2.8 Duramax

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                    • #40
                      Got my confirmation email. Arriving Sat. mornin in York. I hope to see lots of FSJ's!
                      Jared Jeepin 4 JC

                      1984 Jeep J10 360, transgo/cummins internals/lockup 727, 208 gone through
                      35" Maxxis Buckshot
                      6" BJ's lift, Rear Dozer II, weekend warrior
                      Working swapped in Air Conditioning

                      1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0/Aw4/np231
                      all stock 245k + and counting miles, daily driver

                      http://s735.photobucket.com/albums/ww354/rebeljeep/

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                      • #41
                        Saturday at the Jeep Show 1 pm

                        Saturday at the Jeep Show 1 pm is the annual FSJ Owner's meeting under the air conditioned tent of Z&M Jeeps. You should here several annoucements over the PA system, so don't forget to stop by!

                        Zack
                        Zack Heisey
                        Z&M Jeeps
                        419.893.4JEEP (4533)
                        www.zmjeeps.com
                        zack@zmjeeps.com

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by selkplitt
                          Lets hope for great weather.
                          See ya Saturday!
                          The weather forecast is typically HAZY, HOT, HUMID with ABUNDANT sunshine. I have NEVER seen it rain at the PA Jeep Show in the 12 years that I have been in attendance. The weather forecast for this weekend is AWESOME!!

                          Hope this link works: http://www.weather.com/weather/weekend/USPA1834

                          As much as I hate to say this, I may not have an FSJ there...........none of my FSJs are street legal and my tow rig has been in the shop for 3 weeks now.
                          FSJ-Earl
                          2002 F350 Diesel - tow rig / family hauler
                          2008 4 door JK Rubicon - Wife's Daily Driver
                          1989 GW - the one that started it all
                          1983 - J15 - J10 body + J20 running gear = J15 Trail rig

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by FSJ-Earl
                            The weather forecast is typically HAZY, HOT, HUMID with ABUNDANT sunshine. I have NEVER seen it rain at the PA Jeep Show in the 12 years that I have been in attendance. The weather forecast for this weekend is AWESOME!!

                            Hope this link works: http://www.weather.com/weather/weekend/USPA1834

                            As much as I hate to say this, I may not have an FSJ there...........none of my FSJs are street legal and my tow rig has been in the shop for 3 weeks now.
                            Any word on a misting tent for this year?


                            I'll be lucky if my truck makes the ride out this year. It's slowly wearing itself out.



                            JR
                            [quote] "How does someone from Iran have a BJ's Offroad sticker but I can't seem to get one sent to New Jersey???!!!"


                            1980 Honcho Sportside w/37's, 351c, 14" lift, D44high pinion w/Aussie, crossover steering, 14b w/detroit, np435, 205, 5.13's, 4whl discs, hb brakes, OBAir, rusted out cab,
                            1966 mustang fastback
                            '07 Dodge Charger 3.5

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                            • #44
                              MVC

                              http://www.mvcustoms.com/

                              18880 Old Turnpike Road
                              Millmont, PA 17845
                              (570) 217-7284

                              Hope this link works for a Google Map:
                              Mountain Valley Customs

                              Originally posted by Crist Clapper
                              Where in PA are these guys?

                              He did an awesome job on my YJ. Great guy to deal with, can build anything as well as body/paint (actually, I think Matt does the painting) if you want to get something done and dont mind that his shop is out in the middle of PA. He should have a show out there. His place is amazing!
                              One day I will wake up and realize that my jeep is complete...one day, I just know it.

                              88Wag, LT1/4L60E/NP242, F150 fuel cell, discs, J20 axles, Truetrac & Grizzly, 3.73
                              http://imgbox.com/g/rNuIasKYrS
                              95YJ, STaK 300, D44's, SOA, ARB's, 4.56s, Bilsteins, 35" KM2's
                              50 CJ3A
                              77 J-10, 360/T-18/D20, SOLD

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                              • #45
                                What time do the gates open? I haven't decided on a day yet, but I want to get up early either way.
                                Pete

                                '55 Willys Wagon, the original FSJ
                                Sitting on a '77 Cherokee frame, Dodge D60's
                                Isuzu 6BD1, NV4500, NP241

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