Westerly-Pawcatuck Region Hershey National Fall Meet Flea Market Page
Visit us at Hershey 2018 !! We will be at Site No. RCC-89-92, Red Field, south end of the Hershey Stadium. (registered under name of Bob Burdick)
Each of our vendors (club members) has his own special line of items to sell. Some of them are searching for parts to buy. The partial list below will give you an idea of what to expect. If you have questions about any items or have a part we are looking for please use the Contact Form to submit an inquiry.
Brassy Bob - He always has a tremendous assortment of difficult to find brass era accouterments such as lamps, flower vases, gauges, and Model T parts. He even has a complete rack of antique oil bottles.
Just Jim - He will tell you like it is. He's seen it all and he's ready to match you up with just what you need.
Listings: Several engines parts including starters and Ford flathead parts, rare porcelain Gargoyle Oil sign, other signs, lots of old stuff.
President Bob - Our resident artist. His creations are made from fuel bowls, wrenches, and timing chains. Some even light up. Bring something back for the wife & she may let you return next year.
Daper Dave - Always ready to give you the best bargain around. His parts and tools are an eclectic mix.
1953-55 Corvette deck trim – New – never used; 1953-55 Corvette Door seal – NEW – never used; 1940 – 1941 – 1942, etc. Dodge Truck Radiator – Used, but Honeycomb in perfect condition.; 1986 Camaro/Firebird vehicle and TPI wiring harness with computer - $25.00; 1 Draw Tite adjustable cargo carrier. 20” x 60” for 2 inch square receiver. – like new - $125.00, (see photos)
Taciturn Tom - His bark is worse than his bite. A mechanical expert who is willing to share.
Pensive Sonny - He will give a lot of thought to any request you have. He may even find the part you want.
Delightful Don - He has plenty to sell and he takes you money with a smile!
Relaxed Ken - He will have a few 1941 Buick parts for you and if you have your '41 at Hershey he'd love to photograph it. Also look for some period portable radios to put on the front seat of your vintage car.