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250+ military vehicles in Cleveland 22 June - 24 June

June 15 2017 at 11:11 PM
David Doyle  (Login DDoyle)
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Hello everyone,
For those who may have missed it - the I-X Center (former Cleveland Tank Plant), World of Tanks and the Military Vehicle Preservation Association have teamed up to present a fantastic military vehicle show this coming week. As of a few days ago, vehicle registrations stood at 250 vehicles (and a B-25 Mitchell). Special emphasis this year on those vehicles built at the tank plant.

The show is open to the public Thursday through Saturday.

The daily hours are:

Thursday 3 PM until 10 PM
Friday 8 AM until 10 PM
Saturday 8 AM until 6 PM

Admission is only $15

For more details see: http://www.ixclevelandtankshow.com


Hundred of vendor tables will be teaming with books, models and an array of militaria and military vehicle parts (Ford GAA, anyone?).

Bring your camera and join us!

Be sure and stop by and visit with me in Foxtrot section (you can't miss the 22 tables of books).

Best wishes,
David Doyle
www.DavidDoyleBooks.com



 
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