Celebrating the first fifty years of the
automobile, 1895-1945.

Michael and Susie Ersland are hosting the 32nd Annual national Pre-War Swap Meet at the Grady County Fairgrounds this week.
 The event draws thousands that come to buy, sell and trade in transportation items that predate World War ll.
 Friday and Saturday the fairgrounds will be abuzz with displays of all types of transportation memorabilia from car tags to entire vehicles. No one knows what may show up at this event.
 According to one vendor’s website “The Horseless Carriage Club of America hosts the worlds largest early auto meet in Chickasha, Oklahoma at the Chickasha Pre War Swap Meet. The Grady County Fairgrounds fills to capacity with Pre-World War II (pre 1945) automobiles and hard to find parts. If youre searching for rare parts, this is the place to find them, as the Chickasha Swap Meet has the largest selection of brass era parts anywhere! And its also a great source for new restoration products, so be sure to stop by the Coker Tire booth to check out the new products, as well as the best sellers.”
 Parking and admission are free. Gates open at 7 am each day. This is a great opportunity to look at history.