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Portland Swap Meet, what's on your wishlist?

Just thought it'd be neat to hear what everyone is hunting for.

For me, a nice set of 1966 289 heads to replace my 1971 302 heads that are on my 289. Hipo manifolds, tools, ford related signs, new(ish) interior parts for a 66, an air cleaner assembly and whatever catches my eye!
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I am looking for a set of 351c 2v FPA headers for my sons 66 coupe, and a passenger door for his 66.

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I'll be looking for some manual transmission swap parts and maybe some steel styled rims if I am lucky. What has been you guys' experiences with the amount of stuff on each day? Does Saturday have more stuff or does it not really matter? I'm planning on going in on Friday..

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My wish list: A hip replacement so I can go one of these years! : (
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I saw plenty of people in their battery powered scooters

68 302-4V w/1.84",1.54" ported , Comp XE268H , 2200 rpm Hughes converter, 3.25 9" w/10x2.5" shoes , MSD box/distrib , RPM intake , 670 Holley , cross flow aluminum radiator , Granada discs......


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I'm looking for 1968 Adjustable strut rods. (I have the two bolt hole LCA's and use the hockey stick strut rod) Would also like the BOSS engine cross member. The one that connects the LCA's together w/ or w/o the jack pad.

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And this year, I really don't need anything. I may look at the bel-Kirk booth for some new stuff.

What's on everyone's wish list this year?


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Vintage stuff ! I got the exh manifold I needed for the wifes car and her seat belts should be back soon so I`m about covered for this yr.

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Is it a car show as well, or just selling parts?
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And this year, I really don't need anything. I may look at the bel-Kirk booth for some new stuff.

What's on everyone's wish list this year?


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I always find their stuff overpriced , no swapmeet deals

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Is it a car show as well, or just selling parts?


Mainly just selling vintage car parts but some do sell cars


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I always find their stuff overpriced , no swapmeet deals


I hear yah. You would think they'd be more willing to deal, especially at a swap meet. I talked them down 5 bucks on a hurst shifter. Yay.


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C4 to T5 swap stuff, including pedals & hydraulic clutch stuff. SFI T5 bellhousing.

If anyone finds this at a GREAT deal - as in, holy crap that's a great deal -, please message me here. I can't get down there this weekend, but can figure something out.


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There is two spots down at the PIR that always have mustang stuff. At least 3 vendors up at Expo. Bel Kirk for new , Lee along with Wendell and I have used and nos.

Friday is always the best day to find deals. If your not tired of walking both swap meets. Sat seems to be very busy not a lot of sales. Sunday is kick them day. I mean deal day.

I do have some nice items going this year stall 6161-6165 at Expo.
67 nos flat hood
67/68 nos rocker moldings with hardware packs
67/68 nos front valance
69 nos shaker top/seal/spacer/cobra jet emblems in ford box
Just to name a few items.

Hope to see everyone there.
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Is the swap meet open to public on Thursday's or is it just vendors that day?


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