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Old 11-18-2013, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Moultrie GA Swap Meet November (22nd-24th) 2013

Has anyone on this site ever attended the swap meet in Moultrie Ga? I've been told its the largest in GA. I was hoping to go and find some good deals on some stuff to finish up my interior restoration and I was wondering if its worth the 3hr drive from Atlanta?

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I've never been, but was considering going.
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Old 11-18-2013, 03:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks, cause I was wondering if they would have a large selection of classic mustang vendors and parts. I'm mainly looking for interior restoration parts i.e.

one peice headliner kit, visors, mirrors, aftermarket tach etc.

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Has anyone on this site ever attended the swap meet in Moultrie Ga? I've been told its the largest in GA. I was hoping to go and find some good deals on some stuff to finish up my interior restoration and I was wondering if its worth the 3hr drive from Atlanta?

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I have a buddy from North of Atl that goes every year. I've never been.
Maybe I'm spoiled taking the trip to Carlisle again recently for the Ford show and not having to worry about sifting thru other makes.
Maybe Moultrie has the makes sorted together...I don't know.
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I went last year and was surprised by the lack of mustang vendors. I only encountered 2-3 and we walked every inch of the place two times. Still it's a nice meet and the amount of cars in the car corral was almost like a mini show. I was able to get Better leads and find more parts that way.

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I went a few years ago. Prices were a bit high, but good selection. Several of the big venders come, and you can call them ahead and place orders, they'll bring the order to the swap meet and skip the shipping cost.
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I went a few years ago. Prices were a bit high, but good selection. Several of the big venders come, and you can call them ahead and place orders, they'll bring the order to the swap meet and skip the shipping cost.

Thanks Flade, that's a good idea. I'm going to contact mustangstofear and scott drake to see if they will have a booth and possibly place some orders.

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