Williston was nice a few years ago 318willrun but the oil field has made it a mess. Looks like I'm gonna start a new Mopar car club in North Dakota and so far it will be just me and am sure there will be more people showing up.My Dad is from N. Dakota. I've been all over your state numerous times. Love the Medora area. I don't live there, but I can tell ya, I've met some mopar folks around the Williston area....
A man with money I think he is putting it to good use i'm sure.He actually contemplated putting a 1/8 track on his property once. Dont know where that went. I met him twice when he came out to visit his son out her in So. Cal. His first name is Gino (Jean-O), like the frozen pizza. He built a show winning 57 Pontiac Safari for his son. I believe his company is Hoyt Truck Bodies or something like that.
Looks like I'm gonna start a new Mopar car club in North Dakota and so far it will be just me and am sure there will be more people showing up.
I would think it would be the same here ocdart. I like it here because of no traffic but would be nice to have a few more Mopar friends.Hey Fred, you wanna establish the North Dakota chapter of Inland Mopars Car Club? We already have a club member in Australia and a club member family in NorCal. They don't make it to too many club meetings in SoCal.
Glad to have you around 74Scamp I live up north and west of you.Looks like I’m the newest ND Mopar member. I’m out of Fargo but travel to Bismarck quite often (my old town). Always looking to meet other fellow Mopararians
I'm getting better with age. lol Will be in your area this summer with my Scamp to visit relatives and friends and maybe a few car shows.North Dakota not on the map - this statement ends in a period, not a question mark
Sorry, couldn't resist - the Rodney Dangerfield of states...