26th Annual Ranchero Enthusiast International Car Show (1)

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  1. PonyExpressRider

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    Friday - Cruise from Wilsonville to Canby Oregon (SMS visit and tour - Interior Fabrics), then to Hubbard Oregon for Burger Hut Drive-in

    Saturday - Car Show (Hillyer Ford - Woodburn Oregon). Followed by Dinner Banquet at the Holiday Inn, Wilsonville Oregon

    Sunday - Cruise to World of Speed Museum (Wilsonville), with cruise to Sonic. I missed this part... was expecting rain all day. Came home Saturday evening to beat the rain.

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    One of the standouts for me... 1967 Custom...

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    A 69 GT... 302

    Part 7...

    Yes! You can put a Coyote in anything

    Part 8

    The Final Roundup photo... Brittany front and center!
     

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  2. aquartlow

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    Thanks for posting all the great pics and congratulations on getting Brittany front and center. I see y'all allowed the Econoline and Pinto to sneak in there and take part ;).
     
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  3. Huevos

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    Very nice group of Rancheros, Thanks for posting.
     
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    Very nice!
     
  5. Garbageman

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    Thanks for the pics. I was unable to attend, due to a conflict.
     
  6. PonyExpressRider

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    There was also a Falcon Wagon with a Coyote installed (50 & 50a), and a Fairlane Wagon (49)... the Econoline with the stacks was pretty cool! I got lucky getting Brittany up front... but yeah, pretty cool. As was the '70 429CJ/shaker hood, 4-spd to my left.
     
  7. HuevosRanchero

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    biggest 'chero gathering ever??
     
  8. PonyExpressRider

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    Not sure about ever! They do this show every year, someplace in the PACNW. I thought they had a website but only see the Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/RancheroEnthusiastsInternational/

    At the Banquet Saturday night they showed pictures of previous shows. Bend, OR. Wenatchee, WA. were a couple previous sites.

    There is a better picture of the gathering, as the banner on the FB Page.
     
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  9. As Is '66

    As Is '66 2 Wheeled Mod Staff Member

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    Well now!
    I`ve not heard of this gathering before today, I`ll need to follow this as I AM Interested in meeting every Ranchero Owner I can possibly meet...
    AND it`s been going on 26 years, huh?

    I love getting Rancheros in a herd ...

    I wonder IF this is associated with Ranchero Enthusiasts which used to be in Washington each year ???
    I`ll hafta check into it deeper...

    Love me some Rancheros!!!
    Thanks for all them Pictures!!!
    Wonder IF you (or anyone) might would/could post them to the Pics ONLY thread???

    :( I ain`t computer smart enough to do dat :(
     
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  10. Saff54

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    Great pics!wish we had gatherings like that in the northeast!
     
  11. PonyExpressRider

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    yes this is the same group... under new management. Don't know the exact reason why its not under the same name! But I believe the originator wanted to keep ownership of the name, or something like that.
     

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