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Frankenmuth (MI) Autofest


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Wow! Crazy unique and great looking cars there! Looks like a great time.

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Just hope the real version of this doesn’t happen with that exposed drive shaft 😬

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wow sooo many cool cars !!! but this is my fav !!! plumb crazy 59 !!!! hmmm wonder what my girl would look good in purple !!!image.png.201940adee6f42af170128b941eee335.png

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I think the crowd was much bigger on Saturday. It was really overcast on Sunday and the threat of rain lingered all day long. I suspect a lot of people left if they weren't picked for an award in order to get home before the serious rain hit unless they lived close by. That's my guess anyway.

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Most days I would agree with you, but the the Crystal Turquoise '69 GTO Judge convertible was a stunner in my book.

Now I did some checking - supposedly there were only 108 GTO Judges convertibles made in '69 (total Judge production was 6725). So the car is already rare by most standards. It's one of 29 RA III with automatic transmission Judge convertibles built. No RA IV automatic trans Judge convertibles were built in 69. 

As for the GT-37s, I need to look up production numbers. Most were built with a 350, although the 400 and 455 could be ordered in a GT-37.

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I have never been to the Frankenmuth car show ever but I have been hearing about it for years from folks that I know that go every year. It is on my bucket list for sure and I may just go this year of 2022, that is assuming this Covid melt down does not go into overdrive. Cheers.

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