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Old 04-24-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Does anyone know anyway to get two passes , I want to take my father and he's Abit older and don't want to deal with scrounging for places the day of. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.....
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Re: Mecum Auction Tickets

I went to Kissmee (sp?) in January, you can register to bid, and you get tickets or buy passes at the show. Registering allows you access to the floor.

I had a blast, a kid in a candy shop.
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I went to the Mecum auction in Monterey, Ca this year and admission was free. Here are a couple mustangs I saw there.
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I went to the Mecum auction in Monterey, Ca this year and admission was free. Here are a couple mustangs I saw there.
WOW, beautiful cars. I've always wanted to go to Barrett Jackson, but they never come around my way. Mecum is very cool as well, so I must take advantage! Great pictures!!
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I went to the Mecum auction in Monterey, Ca this year and admission was free. Here are a couple mustangs I saw there.
Do you know if that Eleanor mustang (1967 mustang gt 500 e) was one from the movie or was it just a replica one? That is one of my favorite mustangs of all times. I would trade my mustang tomorrow for one of those.
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WOW, beautiful cars. I've always wanted to go to Barrett Jackson, but they never come around my way. Mecum is very cool as well, so I must take advantage! Great pictures!!
Thanks, I had a lot of fun, even if I was just window shopping.

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Do you know if that Eleanor mustang (1967 mustang gt 500 e) was one from the movie or was it just a replica one? That is one of my favorite mustangs of all times. I would trade my mustang tomorrow for one of those.
I'm pretty sure it was just a replica because I didn't see any documentation any where stating it was a movie car. It was beautiful and sounded amazing.
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Thanks, I had a lot of fun, even if I was just window shopping.

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I'm pretty sure it was just a replica because I didn't see any documentation any where stating it was a movie car. It was beautiful and sounded amazing.
Soooooooo jealous!!!
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What exact color do you think that Eleanor is?
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What exact color do you think that Eleanor is?
House of color used to have Eleanor silver. I was told that by a paint shop in town.
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