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Any MoPar stops out in the Bethlehem area?
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Dave L.
Posted 2017-07-15 3:15 PM (#544186)
Subject: Any MoPar stops out in the Bethlehem area?



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My dad was from Pittsburgh area, I have to take a business trip first to NYC, then over in the Bethlehem/Easton areas. I won't have a lot of personal time, but a little. Are there any must-see stops for a MoPar guy there? Museums or wrecking yards?
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57desoto
Posted 2017-07-19 5:08 PM (#544427 - in reply to #544186)
Subject: Re: Any MoPar stops out in the Bethlehem area?



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Cool that your dad was from Pittsburgh, but Bethlehem/Easton is not real close to Pittsburgh. Guessing a 4 or 5 hour drive from western PA to where Larry Holmes was born (the "Easton Assassin" in boxing). I'm not familiar with anything out there, unless I'm completely mis-reading your note and you intend to come to the actual Pittsburgh area. In any case, welcome east. Maybe someone else will know of the must-see things you ask about.

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Dave L.
Posted 2017-07-21 9:11 PM (#544575 - in reply to #544427)
Subject: Re: Any MoPar stops out in the Bethlehem area?



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Thanks, Mr. Petrus. - yes, it was a wish to visit Pittsburgh someday, but not this trip. Between business meetings, got a nice drive around Easton, saw the Holmes statue, the town center, and has a nice pizza in a quaint restaurant. Enjoyed seeing some Edison related structures and the concrete highway. The trip was 99% business, but still a very nice trip out there. Oh, that did put me in the middle of Iacocca country, and earlier, my first real look at the Chrysler building. Some somewhat of a Pilgrimage.

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