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PIR and Portland Swap Meets this weekend

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by PlaysWithItalians, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. PlaysWithItalians

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    This weekend are the PIR and Portland Swap Meet events. I will be at the PIR event as part of the Chump Car display, complete with the La Familia Fiat X1/9 and Pasta Cooker trailer.

    If you are coming out, stop by and say hi, and we may just have a spare bowl of chili or pasta for you. With the weather forecast, bring a jacket and warm clothes.

    If you are looking for anything specific that might be found at a swap meet (up to 50 lbs.), call me and I'll be happy to keep an eye out for you. Not likely to find Ferrari parts there, but if you have similar interests in garage items, tools, books, etc., there is generally a decent assortment of stuff.

    503-703-0618

    No finder's fees, although cigars and scotch are never turned down!
     
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  3. dinogt4guy

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    You will be at the race track?
     
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  5. Jonny Law

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    Are those factory rims?
     
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    Thats great! :D
     
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    No, but the propane burner "option" is. ;)
     
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    :D

    Seat warmer or rear defrost?
     

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