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Old 02-10-2011, 10:26 AM
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Whos Planning on Attending?

Its never too early to start thinking about it

So... whos planning on making the show this year?
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Old 02-10-2011, 09:17 PM
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Should this be two lists?

Who's coming?

Who's Jeep is coming?



Well, looks like Saturday only for me and Jeepless (GW's been sitting for almost two years, can't see myself finding the time to get it back together again in a month).
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Old 02-14-2011, 01:55 PM
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Have the dates been announced yet? Im planning on showing up. If I cant, Im hoping the Jeeps can go.
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Old 02-15-2011, 04:51 AM
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I will be there with something, not sure what..............
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Old 02-15-2011, 04:51 AM
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Have the dates been announced yet? Im planning on showing up. If I cant, Im hoping the Jeeps can go.

Saturday July 16th & Sunday July 17th
York Expo Center at the Fairgrounds, York PA


http://www.pajeeps.org/ for more info.
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Old 03-11-2011, 05:30 PM
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I might try to make this trip with my 15 y/o son. He lives, eats, and breathes Jeeps. The only problem I have is that if I tell him about the show he will want to bring the J10 we are building for him. That means I'll be bugged constantly until the job is done. Wait a minute that's is already happening!

My wife and I both grew up in Shoemakersville, PA. This trip will be a good opportunity to visit family back home.
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:11 AM
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I might try to make this trip with my 15 y/o son. He lives, eats, and breathes Jeeps. The only problem I have is that if I tell him about the show he will want to bring the J10 we are building for him. That means I'll be bugged constantly until the job is done. Wait a minute that's is already happening!

My wife and I both grew up in Shoemakersville, PA. This trip will be a good opportunity to visit family back home.

wait, your sons first ride is gonna be a lifted 401 J10?

Im probably gonna be at the show.
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Old 04-06-2011, 11:23 AM
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wait, your sons first ride is gonna be a lifted 401 J10?

Yeah, It gets better though. His first ride will be rebuilt from the ground up. It is an extreme father and son project. The 401 sports forged Bulltear pistons, a lunati cam, scorpion rockers, headers, and a set of heads from a 360 Hornet X I had when I was in high school in the late 70s.

My mission is to teach my son as much as I can about cars. I didn't want my son to be the kid that didn't know what he was looking at when he opened the hood on a car.

So far we have stripped the cab to the bones, welded in new floor pans, rebuilt the: engine, 727 transmission, 208 transfer case, and a set of J20 axles. This past weekend we welded up the firewall heater box holes in preparation for a vintage air heater/ac unit. If all goes well the dash will be heavily modified with all new gauges.

My son has invested over 2K of his lawn mowing earnings into the project. Basically, when he is not turning wrenches he is shoveling snow or mowing grass to make money for his Jeep. I plan to give him back the money he invested in his project when he goes to college (He does not know this). But for now, I think it is important that he has a sense of ownership in his project.

Most of my son's friends can't understand why he would work so hard on a truck when he could just play playstation all day and let his parents buy him a vehicle. My son actually thinks the J truck is cool and can't understand why everyone doesn't think exactly like him.

Anyway, I've rambled on way too long. Hope to see you at the show.

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Old 04-06-2011, 01:41 PM
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York is my hometown, but now I live 1,200 miles away. Not sure I can afford to drive Emma the whole way there!
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Old 04-08-2011, 05:19 PM
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Yeah, It gets better though. His first ride will be rebuilt from the ground up. It is an extreme father and son project. The 401 sports forged Bulltear pistons, a lunati cam, scorpion rockers, headers, and a set of heads from a 360 Hornet X I had when I was in high school in the late 70s.

My mission is to teach my son as much as I can about cars. I didn't want my son to be the kid that didn't know what he was looking at when he opened the hood on a car.

So far we have stripped the cab to the bones, welded in new floor pans, rebuilt the: engine, 727 transmission, 208 transfer case, and a set of J20 axles. This past weekend we welded up the firewall heater box holes in preparation for a vintage air heater/ac unit. If all goes well the dash will be heavily modified with all new gauges.

My son has invested over 2K of his lawn mowing earnings into the project. Basically, when he is not turning wrenches he is shoveling snow or mowing grass to make money for his Jeep. I plan to give him back the money he invested in his project when he goes to college (He does not know this). But for now, I think it is important that he has a sense of ownership in his project.

Most of my son's friends can't understand why he would work so hard on a truck when he could just play playstation all day and let his parents buy him a vehicle. My son actually thinks the J truck is cool and can't understand why everyone doesn't think exactly like him.

Anyway, I've rambled on way too long. Hope to see you at the show.

Rich B.

Yeah I hope to see you too! Ill probably drive the wagoneer. That truck sounds completly INSANE! And I though I was cool in HS (2 years ago ) Driving my XJ on 35's. Man your son is lucky. Thats totally cool the heads of your HS ride is on his.

PLEASE post some pics! or do you have a thread floating around?

I know what you mean about those kids that dont know where a spark plug, or even the oil dipstick is. The deal I had with my dad was basically he'd buy me all the parts I need, but Id install them and take care of his old trucks and vette. With labor rates these day, he's still come out far ahead
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:09 AM
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2011 PA Jeep Show

I hear there is an unbeliveable FSJ coming to show this year !!!!!!!!


I'm probably going to make the long road trip, not sure yet which Jeep I'll bring .... but it will be RED.
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Old 05-28-2011, 08:44 PM
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Pardon my ignorance but as I understand it I have to pay $40 to attend the event. I'm not interested in putting my vehicle in any competition, I just want to go there and look at other people's Jeeps. I might even get lucky and find some parts I need.
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Old 05-29-2011, 11:36 AM
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From the PA Jeeps website:

Q - Do I have to register my Jeep in order to attend?
A - No, you can enter as a spectator but you will miss out on some perks of bringing your Jeep inside the event.
a) Goodie Bag
b) Commemorative Dash Plaque
c) FREE Winch Raffle Ticket and Chairman’s Choice Prize Ticket. (Only registered Jeep owners receive these)
d) The camaraderie that comes with having your Jeep parked within 500 other Jeep owners…Friendships built.

Q – What is the spectator admission fee?
A - $5 per day…children 12 and under FREE
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Old 05-29-2011, 07:38 PM
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Hopefully I can get away from work for this to go both days but I plan on at least going Sat.
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:12 AM
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I'll be there Sat. only. I haven't even gotten the truck out of winter storage yet. Go ahead call me a slacker.

Mike 7009 may be riding along with me. He's never been there before.
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:52 PM
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Anyone know if BJ's is gonna be there? I e-mailed them but no answer. I was looking at a lift kit and read that they attended this show previously and BJ's brought a lift kit with them, saving the buyer shipping. Just wondering if lightning can strike twice!


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Old 06-14-2011, 06:43 AM
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That would be ZMJeeps IIRC, and if you buy and he can bring it on the trailer you can save shipping.

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Anyone know if BJ's is gonna be there? I e-mailed them but no answer. I was looking at a lift kit and read that they attended this show previously and BJ's brought a lift kit with them, saving the buyer shipping. Just wondering if lightning can strike twice!


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Old 06-14-2011, 07:58 AM
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I'm planning on being there again this year. I might enter the Chief this time.
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Old 06-14-2011, 02:22 PM
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That would be ZMJeeps IIRC, and if you buy and he can bring it on the trailer you can save shipping.
Actually, it's my bad:
http://www.ifsja.org/forums/vb/showt...light=discount

The question was about Rusty's and I mis-read it as BJ's. I'm considering a 2" lift and BJ's if the only place I've found it - yet. I like the idea of leaving the brake lines and pitman arm alone...


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I'm planning on being there again this year. I might enter the Chief this time.

PLEASE enter your Chief and get your registration in SOON. It is so much easier when you preregister and you don't have to sit in line for an hour waiting to register. We also need to get the number of FSJs inside the fence up this year or our category is going to get smaller and smaller in up coming years.

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