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Military Vehicle Show & Swap Meet


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Next Date Apr 29 to Apr 30, 2023!
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  • Apr 29 to Apr 30, 2023
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The Sussex County Fairgrounds
37 Plains Road
Frankford, New Jersey Google Maps
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Military Transport Association, Inc.
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The Military Transport Association is a non-profit veteran organization comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to preserving and restoring military transport vehicles. The MTA was founded in New Jersey and is an affiliate of the national Military Vehicle Preservation Association . It serves as the premier resource for educational and research resources, original parts sourcing, publications and forums that discuss the history of vehicle transportation within the military. Beginning with a small group of enthusiasts, the Military Transport Association has grown into one the largest non-profit organizations in the United States devoted to military vehicle restoration.

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