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Inside the Wagon Wheel Flea Market
Since 1966, it has grown to hundreds of booths, but little has changed about how Hardy Huntley manages the Wagon Wheel Flea Market in Pinellas Park. It's still $1 to park and $10 to rent a booth for the day. He talks about what he likes about running the market, especially the people that have made the place so unique.
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