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Welcome to Performance Mopar® Club - Performance Mopar® Club is an organization of devoted Mopar enthusiasts dedicated to the Restoration, Preservation and Enjoyment of Mopar vehicles.

Meadowvale Go Station, 6845 Millcreek Dr., 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., vendor set-up 6 a.m. to 8 a.m., DJ, 50/50 (all proceeds to charity), door prizes, goody bags to first 150, awards for Best in Class, vendors and sponsors welcome. Spectator admission: donation to Cystic Fibrosis charity. Vehicle admission: $20 driver and passenger. Hosted by Performance Mopar Club of Toronto. Info: (905) 821-2965, email: blaine.shaw@rogers.com


35th Annual Mopar Spring Fling - Sunday, May 26th, 2019 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM  AT THE MEADOWVALE GO STATION

6845 Millcreek Dr., Mississauga, ON
Millcreek Drive & Aquitaine Ave.

Exit Hwy. 401 @ Mississauga Rd/Erin Mills Parkway

South 3 stoplights to Millcreek Drive.

Turn right onto Millcreek  Drive to GO STATION

GATES:  OPEN for Vendors @ 6:30 am

— $25.00 for 10′ x 20′ space
— Car + 1 passenger – $20.00.
All additional passengers (over 14) $5.00 each)

Show cars @ 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

-- Awards to be presented @ 2:30 pm.  (Vehicles must be present by 1:00 pm to be eligible for awards.)

GATES: open @ 9:00 a.m.

EVENTS: Show, Shine & Swap Meet

FOR SALE - Car Coral ($20.00 includes goodie bag)



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I went to this show last year and it was excellent. The weather was good yesterday so I bet the turnout was impressive again. Unfortunately I couldn't make it this time. I am prioritizing getting one of my Chryslers which I have been restoring put back together so I can finally enjoy driving it, and hopefully I'll be driving it to this show next year!

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BigOldChryslers wrote:

I went to this show last year and it was excellent. The weather was good yesterday so I bet the turnout was impressive again. Unfortunately I couldn't make it this time. I am prioritizing getting one of my Chryslers which I have been restoring put back together so I can finally enjoy driving it, and hopefully I'll be driving it to this show next year!


 You need one more....

https://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/1965-Chrysler-300-2-dr_33320456



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A few things are not "correct" about that '65 but overall looks nice and clean. You trying to get me in trouble with my wife? :) I've been thinking I'd like to get something from the Forward Look era, like a '56 Desoto, '56 New Yorker, 1957-60 Dodge or a '61 Chrysler. Unless I win the lottery though, I'd probably have to sell my '66 Newport convertible though.



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Which one is yours?

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How about this one?

www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/1956-Dodge-Custom-Royal-Lancer-4-Door-Hardtop_33411276

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jarvis1 wrote:

How about this one?

www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/1956-Dodge-Custom-Royal-Lancer-4-Door-Hardtop_33411276


 In the fall of 1955, my teacher, a cute young thing, came to school driving a 2 door hard top version.  I fell in love with the car and wanted to run away and marry the teacher.  I was 11.

 

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My dad had the exact same car in the early '60's except it was a 2 door hardtop and painted red,white and black. He had to disconnect the neutral safety switch so he could leave it in drive overnight. In the winter time the cables on the pushbutton drive would freeze and he couldn't get it to change. Just one of those unsafe little things you do to get through life.
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