2020 ISWC National Meet June Shenandoah Valley VA

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  1. theamcguy

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    The 2020 ISWC (International Station Wagon Club) National Meet will be held June 25th-27th somewhere in the Shenandoah Valley in western Virginia. The exact location and schedule details are being worked out. If you have a Station wagon and would like to spend a weekend with other station wagon enthusiasts please plan to attend.
     
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  2. OrthmannJ

    OrthmannJ Always looking for old ford crew cabs

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    Dang, that sounds like a good time. To bad it's so far away... :(
     
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    Seems like they alway have their meets on the eastern side of the country. I guess it makes sense. Seems like they are mostly through that I-95 corridor.
     
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    Man I would love to go, just don’t know if I want to put that kind of miles on my Roadmaster
     
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    this is my back yard, and I'm without a wagon. Just figures. kind of a commentary on my life.
     
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    What happened to your wagon Mak?
     

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