Q: How do I sell my old car/hotrod/boat/motorcycle/hanglider parts?
Q: How do I reserve spaces?
Itís easy to be a Vender. Call 405-651-7927 with a Visa, Mastercard, or Discover card. Or print out and mail in the information on the bottom of the swap meet flyer. You have your choice of inside spaces on concrete, and outside spaces on asphalt. Its first come first serve, so get your payment in the mail today! THE INSIDE SPACES FOR THE 2010 SWAP MEET WERE SOLD OUT PRIOR TO THE EVENT DATE! Additional outdoor spaces are North of the North building on asphalt, with overflow on grass. We have a space for YOU! (you can look at the "fairgrounds map" link (on the home page) that has the layouts of the spaces in and around the buildings.) You can use a piece of paper and include the following. Your Name, Phone Number with area code, Street Address, City, State, and zip code. Be sure to include payment, check or Money order, and indicate number of spaces required (indoor or outdoor). Please dont forget to include your phone number and E-mail address for a confirmation e-mail.
Mail to Norman Swap Meet
P.O. Box 996
Norman OK 73070.
My favorite way to describe it is its like an "AFFAIR OF THE HEART FOR MEN!" Remember that 50 Chevy and all the memories...........Remember that 60 Chevy and all the memories........How about that "409, my 409, shes so fine my 409", or "Just a little deuce coupe with a flat head mill. But she'll walk a thunderbird like its standin still" The Norman Swap Meet will have that special car project that you have been looking for, the old boat or bike that you used to race, mechanical stuff (working) and mechanical stuff (not working). Its like a HUGE GUYS GARAGE SALE, and we all know that there are WAY TO FEW OF THESE! Q: I have boxes of old model airplanes and engines. Can I sell these at the swap meet?
SURE! They too can be considered "transportation related" as my cousin proved early in life by sending my little sisters gerbil up in his Carl Goldberg 56 Falcon! Q: I have an old old lawn mower from the 40's or 50's that is styled like a full size tractor. Should I bring it to the swap meet?
MY YES! That is very unique, and there is alot of interest in preserving and restoring antique lawn tractors!