Hit the swap at 0700, beating 95% of the swappers in and dutifully walked the ever expanding swap for the next 3 hours, pausing at every trailer unloading its wares. I observed some hard core shoppers helping vendors unload their stuff sooner than later so they could get their Moparts fix; Oh the sickness! By about 0930, even my wallet was pulsing as I pondered what I could load into the back of an SC400. I quickly disqualified out the big stuff: Fenders, bumpers...engine blocks, and concentrated on the small stuff. I returned to a guy that I took a picture of on my phone and scooped up a single 5 1/2" SBP Rallye rim that was thought to be unobtainable as a single for a mere $30 bucks. I then cut across 2 rows and zeroed in on an MSD 8982 timing control for another Jackson. $50 down, $50 to go. I passed by a Milodon gear drive for the 7th time giving the guy a questioning look every time, telepathically asking him if he would come down to my prior offer, but never getting the nod. Quickly switching to my secondary target, I bee-lined to a guy with a set of custom 8 inch wide 14" SBP steelies that were made for an Autocross '66 Barracuda (so I had a chance that they would actually fit) and laid down the other 50, unopposed by my thrifty conscience. I silently pondered the remaining set of 4 7" SBP customs that the guy had, but my reserve $100 was dead still..not today. I called a truce between my wallet and my conscience and hefted my loot back to my car across the street in 2 loads. As my forearms were still aching from the heavy rim haul, I removed the heavy flannel that I was wearing and felt the cool breeze on my damp undershirt. Shopping is tough work! With a new sense of vigor after a job well done, I treated myself to a leisurely stroll through the 6 rows of other peoples projects that were far enough to ambulate to the show under their own power, minus the few trailer queens that were being shaded by their own tent, disgusting! So for a junkie who went to score a set of new L/R 7/16 acorn lug nuts, I walked away with a turbo timing retard and 3 more rims, still without lug nuts to hold them on. Counting down the 6 months until Fall Fling, starting.....NOW!