AACA - CHESAPEAKE REGION

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2018  AACA Eastern Spring Meet - Venue Facilities and Features

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The Gettysburg Wyndham Hotel: our selected venue for the 2018 AACA Eastern Spring Meet - hosted by the Chesapeake Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America.

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The venue was chosen for the abundance of on-site parking for trailers...

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...as well as for the the abundance of on-site parking for the 500-plus antique vehicles expected to attend.

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The entire spaceous facility is exemplified by these wide, colorful hallways.

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Lobby Vendor 'Give-Away Table" with freebies for everyone.

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Lobby Raffle Table items: Set of 6 pictures.

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Lobby Raffle Table items: Contemplating a bid.

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Lobby - Raffle Table items: transmission part lamps.

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Lobby - Raffle Table items: Vintage, restored pedal car.

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Lobby - Raffle items: Miscellaneous.

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Lobby - Raffle Table staff volunteers.

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Lobby - Registration desk.

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Lobby - Registration staff volunteers.

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Raffle Room

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Raffle Room staff volunteers.

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Raffle Room display table.

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Raffle Room item: Corvette book.

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Raffle Room item: Taste of Maryland Basket.

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Raffle Room item: Handmade greeting cards.

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Raffle Room item: Assortment of Maryland-made products.

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Merchandise Room.

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Merchandise Room staff volunteers, and their many products for sale.

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Hospitality Room.

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Hospitality Room - Assembled goodies.

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Hospitality Room - Cupcake "favors" prepared for the Saturday evening Awards Banquet.

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Hospitality Room - Staff volunteers pause from their duties for a group photo.

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Hospitality Room - Plenty of free snacks were always available for Meet attendees.

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Parking - A lone antique vehicle at the hotel entrance "announced" to early arrivals that they were at the right location.

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Parking - Plenty of parking was available for arriving vehicles and trailers - expertly planned for, and managed by, our "Field Marshal" and crew.

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Parking - Field Marshal Gary discusses the planned Saturday antique show car parking layout with crew member Tom.

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Parking - Crews on Show day were outfitted with distinctive vests, and efficiently guided over 500 Show Field vehicle arrivals to their designate parking spots.

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Flea Market - populated by an electic variety of car-related items.

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Flea Market - Step aboard a "display bus" for a peek at vintage clothing for sale.

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Flea Market - A Pop Up Boutique.

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Flea Market - Miscellaneous car parts and documents.

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Flea Market - A trailered Buick awaits a new home.

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Flea Market - Show me the cash!!!

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Flea Market - Just make a reasonable offer, with cash in hand, and it could be yours.

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Flea Market - From the National Museum of Automotive Design in North Carolina, these limited-edition design concept models were displayed for sale. No website was listed but owner Mr. Sandifer's email address is: ssandifer9654@yahoo.com

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Flea Market - Fins were certainly "in" with this 1950s concept model.

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Flea Market - 1953 Buick Wildcat concept.

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Flea Market - A 1956 Buick Centurion concept.

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Flea Market - An array of original pedal cars for sale.

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Flea Market - Several cars were for sale in the Car Corral.

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Car Corral - This 1954 Packard was offered at $39,000.

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Car Corral - Contact Clark at 717-634-6449.

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Car Corral - A 1932 Ford for $17,500 - Contact: 717-357-0621.

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Car Corral - A nice looking post-war Cadillac.

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Car Corral - John's stunning 1955 Ford Crown Victoria - Contact: 410-922-3808.