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South Eastern Pa. Model Clubs

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Does anyone know if there are any clubs in the South Eastern Pennsylvania area? Chester County, Pa?

Central Pa. Club is to far, can't seem to find any closer in. Any help would be appreciated!

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Silent Traffic meets in Troop (SP) Troup

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Central PA Model Car Club. One of the best and oldest clubs in the nation with lots of very cool and talented builders. Let me put it this way, you go one time and you will be hooked. Below is the link to the info, get here soon, you will love it!!!

http://www.freewebs.com/cpmcc/

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Does anyone know if there are any clubs in the South Eastern Pennsylvania area? Chester County, Pa?

Central Pa. Club is to far, can't seem to find any closer in. Any help would be appreciated!

Another Phoenixville guy, Where are you in Phoenixville?

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Philadelphia Area Car Modelers... http://www.pacms.org/

Meeting first Friday of every month. Come on down!

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Brendan,

As my fellow club member has already eloquently stated, PACM (Phila. Area Car Modelers) meets on the first friday of every month on Roosevelt Blvd in North East Philadelphia. It's probably a 20 to 30 minute ride for you. We are a SIG (Special Interest Group) of the Delaware Valley Scale modelers (DVSM). Here is a link to the DVSM site

http://www.dvsm.org/

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