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Old 11-29-18, 09:13PM   #1
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Read alot about it, looks like i am going. Hope its as good as they say it is. Sure hope i see alot of new products for the pontiac,s. Ill let you know about the trip later. Anybody else going let me know.
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Old 11-29-18, 10:41PM   #2
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I thought you have to have a invite to go ? Or be some kind of a dealer.
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Old 11-30-18, 01:13AM   #3
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Read alot about it, looks like i am going. Hope its as good as they say it is. Sure hope i see alot of new products for the pontiac,s. Ill let you know about the trip later. Anybody else going let me know.
Correct me if Iím wrong but you posted like 2 years ago you went to the show. I sure of this. Did you go ??? Your words above ( Read alot about it ) makes me think you never been there. Thank you for the help with a qjet
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Old 12-01-18, 04:33PM   #4
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I could not make it 2 yrs ago. personal problems, trying this yr. Gach, not that i am aware of.
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Can anybody attend?

It's trade only, so you must prove you own, manage or represent a racing business or professional race team. Race fans are not admitted.

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Old 12-02-18, 10:13AM   #6
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Cannot see why anybody cannot attend, look at there advert. everyone is there.young to old. I signed up as a retired machinist, recieved tickets about a month ago.
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Thanks Steve thatís kind of what I thought
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Old 12-02-18, 02:51PM   #10
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If you want to receive ads/updates from any manufacturer or organization all you have to do is represent yourself credibly.

They will be more than happy to send you their technical information,service bulletins, and sales brochures & sales representatives. LOL

Some organizations ,especially companies that claim all their stuff is proprietary,have a two tiered process for that now. They have their general information side and they will have their service representative/ dealer/distributor side which requires a verified account and log in password.
In those cases you cannot do business directly with the company. You have to go through their authorized dealer & factory service representative networks.
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Old 12-09-18, 12:34AM   #11
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Just got it from the show and i must admit the most fun and most parts i have seen in a buiding at one time. More aluminum heads than you can even imagine.Chevy, Ford, Chrysler naturally. Never seen so many connecting rods, piston manufacturers in my life. Seems like oil improvemants are pushed to the max with brans i never heard of with great promises. Valve grinding machines, block machines, water cutters of all kinds. Funny i turned up one isle and standing right next to me Jason Line and his side kick. then another isle top fuel drivers where there. Wow. I decided to get a drink and who,s standing right in front of me at the doorway, John Force and Robert Height. Super Kool. One show everyone should attend. Blew me away, street outlaw boys where there to talking smack about the chevy truck. Friigid temps did not hurt show at all. It was jammed packed. electronic fields is totally unreal with things that i can,t explain. Plenty of hot girls to!! Had a blast!!! Feet are soar, hitting the easy chair.
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Gald you had good time, did you buy any of those young chicks a drink...LOL
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Gach, i walked from 8:45 in the morning untill 5:15 in the afternoon, you know i did not see one of those girls eat or drink anything. Talk about restraint. Funny one of the biggest discussions i have around home is about sex does not sell parts and why do older men look at younger girls but throw a young pretty girl in front of any booth and 30 men run to them like they just lost there 1 st born. lol Indy did show me one thing, cars come ahead of people, cross the street at wrong time and you will get hit. Fast moving pace, nobody has recard for humans. Oh ya I usually drink 1 beer a day, 7.00$ a pop had me drinking ice tea!! lol
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The funny part is women dress that way to impress other women. I have three daughters. All older now, youngest 34. Listening to the talk over the years.
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