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Livingston, New Jersey
1989 Merkur Scorpio, Strato Silver Auto-Flex High Gloss Coating, euro headlamps, euro tail lamps, custom wheels
2014 Ford Flex SEL, AWD, Towing, Appearance Pkg.
2008 Ford Taurus X Limited, AWD
2000 Volvo SE, Our Florida Car
1988 XR4Ti Chestnut Brown/Spice Leather
MC2 Coilovers and Bushings, Contour Rims and Rotors, Ported Motorsport Head, Cosworth 4x4 Intercooler, Holset HY35 Turbo, 80LB Injectors, Megasquirt2 EFI
But that's okay. I find these type of roll-calls don't generate the type of response we'd like to see.
88 XR4Ti - mono white T5, someday to be bi wing
89 Scorpio - waiting on some parts before it hits the road again
88 XR4Ti - mono red C3, parts car
used to own 86 dark blue traded in on a min van, what was I thinking?
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and my girlfriend chevonne.. driving my black one with the rusty hood.
1988 Mercedes Benz 190e - awaiting airbag suspension
2005 Dodge Magnum - 336,000 Mile Daily driver
2008 Subaru Legacy GT - crazy loud boxer rumble
2009 Suzuki GSX650F - crotch rocket
As long as you're registered and driving something that looks or claims to have Ford blood-lines, you'll be admitted to the show-field. Just make sure you registered as a Merkur of some sort with your club affiliation as the Merkur Club of America. Invariably there's always a couple people that end up driving there "other" car to the show. We try to find a spot somewhat near the Merkur section for those cars, but far enough away so that you're out of any "Merkur landscape" pics that people will want to take.lowered86 wrote:Dan Payson - Even if it means flying there and renting a car. Can I tape Merkur badges to my rental and park on the showfield?
I've just realized this is my 20th consecutive year! How much has changed since 1996.
Ready to go, got my Carlisle sticker for the car yesterday.