Coffee and Cars - OKC

Discussion in 'Oklahoma' started by chesapeake07, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. chesapeake07

    chesapeake07 Viper Owner

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    This Saturday, April 7th, is the monthly Coffee and Cars at Penn & Memorial. It usually lasts from 8:30-11:00am.

    We want to make a great showing of Vipers because our newest member, Scott Thomas, is going to have his
    2013 #001 Gen V there to show off.

    Brad Katzung will be there early at 7:30am to secure parking, on east side of Texas Roadhouse, so we can all park together. We need as many Vipers
    there as possible. Please respond to this thread if you plan on attending so we can have enough parking for everyone.

    Come out and support our local club and see the first Gen V in person. See You THERE!

    Greg

    See below:
    http://www.drivesrt.com/news/2013/0...tm_medium=urlshortener&utm_campaign=srt-viper
     
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  2. stryfe

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    I plan on being there with a couple friends of mine as the weather looks to be nice on Saturday.
     
  3. chesapeake07

    chesapeake07 Viper Owner

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    We had a great turn out. I believe the count was 10 at this monthly event. Way to go.

    Greg
     
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  4. chesapeake07

    chesapeake07 Viper Owner

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    What a great sight to see the Gen V SN#001 Car in OKC. Man, did that bad boy gather the attention. The paint in the sunlight is surreal.
     
  5. stryfe

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    Yeah, i was really impressed seeing the car in person. It was actually quite a bit quiter as it left than I would have guessed from hearing it in videos.
     

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