Swap Meet hosts 43rd annual weekend

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  • Ronnie Stanley of Burton sifts through old auto parts at the 43rd Hill Country Auto Swap Meet. The Swap Meet included booths and trailers with auto parts for sale.
    Ronnie Stanley of Burton sifts through old auto parts at the 43rd Hill Country Auto Swap Meet. The Swap Meet included booths and trailers with auto parts for sale.
  • This 1928 Model A Tudor Ford was one of the vintage restored cars for sale at the Swap Meet, held Friday through Sunday at the local park. —Standard- Radio Post/Julia Maenius
    This 1928 Model A Tudor Ford was one of the vintage restored cars for sale at the Swap Meet, held Friday through Sunday at the local park. —Standard- Radio Post/Julia Maenius
  • Cliff Smith from Bandera had a booth at the Swap Meet where he sold hub caps and used auto parts. The Swap Meet was held at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park.
    Cliff Smith from Bandera had a booth at the Swap Meet where he sold hub caps and used auto parts. The Swap Meet was held at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park.
  • Chuck Myers searched for a wrench at one of the booths at the Swap Meet. Coming from San Antonio, Myers attended the first and the last Texas swap meets of the year.
    Chuck Myers searched for a wrench at one of the booths at the Swap Meet. Coming from San Antonio, Myers attended the first and the last Texas swap meets of the year.
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